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Hanukkah!: A Three-Dimensional Celebration

by Sara Freedland

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0670840920, Hardcover)

Taking readers back in time to the year 168 B.C., this beautiful book is a wonderful, interactive introduction to the history of Hanukkah. The past comes brilliantly alive on each page of the volume, a clever, three-dimensional rendition of the dramatic events that led to the creation of this joyous holiday. Along the way, there are accessible explanations of the key traditions that have grown up around Hanukkah, including the lighting of the menorah and the dreidel game, along with holiday songs, latke recipes, and even a paper dreidel that children can assemble. (Ages 5 and older) --Marianne Painter

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:02:36 -0400)

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