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Red and green and blue and white —Wind, Lee, author.

On Isaac's street most of the houses are decorated in red and green for Christmas including his friend, Teresa's, while Isaac's house is blue and white for Hanukkah; then someone smashes Isaac's window in the night, and ...

Happy Hanukkah! —Spinner, Cala, author.

Peppa and George eat latkes, play dreidel, and light the candles to celebrate the Festival of Lights.

Queen of the Hanukkah dosas —Ehrenberg, Pamela, author.

A boy is worried that his little sister's climbing will spoil the first night of Hanukkah, when his family combines his father's Jewish traditions with his mother's East Indian cooking.

Nonna's Hanukkah surprise —Fisman, Karen, author.

When Rachel loses the special menorah her mother gave her so she could share Hanukkah with her cousins, Rachel's grandmother comes to the rescue with a creative and crafty solution.

All-of-a-kind family Hanukkah —Jenkins, Emily, 1967- author.

In 1912 New York, Gertie feels left out while Mama and her four older sisters cook Hanukkah dinner, but Papa comes home and asks her help with an important task.

Daddy Christmas & Hanukkah Mama —Alko, Selina.

A child relates how the family celebrates both Christmas and Hanukkah, enjoying the rich traditions of both religions.

Simon and the bear : a Hanukkah tale —Kimmel, Eric A.

Stranded on an iceberg on his way to America, Simon remembers his mother's parting words and lights the first candle on his menorah while praying for a miracle, which soon arrives in the form of a friendly polar bear.

A Hanukkah with Mazel —Stein, Joel Edward, author.

"Misha has no one to celebrate Hanukkah with until he discovers a hungry cat in his barn. The lucky little cat inspires Misha to turn each night of Hanukkah into something special"-- Provided by publisher.

My two holidays : a Hanukkah and Christmas story —Novack, Danielle, author.

When Sam's classmates talk about which winter holiday each one celebrates, he gets embarrassed because his family enjoys both Christmas and Hanukkah.

Hanukkah in Alaska —Brown, Barbara, 1964-

A little girl describes the short, harsh days of winter in Alaska and her efforts to keep a moose from destroying trees and the swing in her back yard, which she finally succeeds in doing with the help of a Hanukkah trea...

Hanukkah hamster —Markel, Michelle, author.

After finding a hamster that has been left behind in his taxi, a lonely immigrant cab driver celebrates Hanukkah with the little creature, while waiting to learn if the owner will return.

Dear Santa, Love, Rachel Rosenstein —Peet, Amanda, 1972- author.

"A Jewish girl decides that she wants to celebrate Christmas, so she writes a letter to Santa"--Provided by publisher.

Potatoes at Turtle Rock —Schnur, Susan, author.

"Annie leads her family on a nighttime journey around their farm to celebrate the first night of Hanukkah. At each stop along the way Annie uses riddles (and potatoes) to mark old traditions and start new ones"-- Provide...

The night before Hanukkah —Wing, Natasha, author.

In rhyming text, a family celebrates the eight-day celebration of Hanukkah.

The itsy bitsy dreidel —Burton, Jeffrey, author.

The itsy bitsy dreidel is ready to celebrate the Festival of Lights. Little ones will love this Chanukah twist on the classic nursery rhyme "The Itsy Bitsy Spider."

You're my little latke —Edwards, Nicola, author.

"Celebrate your little latke with this sweet and colorful rhyming board book."--Back cover.

The eighth menorah —Wohl, Lauren L.

Sam is reluctant to make a menorah in Sunday School because his family already owns seven, but after a conversation with his grandmother, he figures out how to make a perfect Hanukkah gift.

Boris and Stella and the perfect gift —Goldman, Dara, author, illustrator.

Boris and Stella are in love but do not have much money, so Stella sells something very important to her in order to buy Boris a Hanukkah gift, and Boris does likewise to buy Stella a Christmas present.

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