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These Lights are Holy: Haneirot Halalu: A Home Celebration of Chanuka

by Elyse D. Frishman

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The Central Conference of American Rabbis offers the first complete compendium of liturgy and readings for home use at Chanuka. This simple and elegant retelling of the story builds nightly to an exciting conclusion. It includes poetic prayer readings, music selections, nightly blessings in Hebrew and English (with complete transliterations), instructions for the dreidle game and even a traditional recipe for latkes. Nine vibrant watercolors by the renowned artist Leonard Baskin infuse the story with warmth and rare beauty.… (more)
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Liturgy, daily discussion of the holiday; prayers
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The Central Conference of American Rabbis offers the first complete compendium of liturgy and readings for home use at Chanuka. This simple and elegant retelling of the story builds nightly to an exciting conclusion. It includes poetic prayer readings, music selections, nightly blessings in Hebrew and English (with complete transliterations), instructions for the dreidle game and even a traditional recipe for latkes. Nine vibrant watercolors by the renowned artist Leonard Baskin infuse the story with warmth and rare beauty.

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