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The Story of Hanukkah

by Susanna Davidson

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NO OF PAGES: 48 SUB CAT I: Children's Resources SUB CAT II: Feasts/Festivals SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: Over 2,000 years ago, small band of Jews fought for their freedom against a mighty empire. The story of Hanukkah begins with their heroic struggle and ends with a miracle. Find out how this story is woven into the festival of Hanukkah celebrated by Jews all over the world today.NOTES: Donated by an anonymous donar. SUBTITLE:
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Over 2,000 years ago, a small band of Jews fought for their freedom against a mighty empire. The story of Hanukkah begins with their heroic struggle and ends with a miracle. Find out how this story is woven into the festival of Hanukkah celebrated by Jews all over the world today.… (more)

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