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A Chanukah Story

A Chanukah Story
A Chanukah Story
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In this marvelous story the miracle of Chanukah is retold in a refreshing and modern way. The old story of the festival of light takes on new significance for a family just like yours.

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Pages: 36
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-943314-10-2
Categories: Bed Time, Fantasy, Holidays
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: chanukah, miracles, jewish holiday, festival of lights, menorah
Date Added: September 4, 2016
A C h a n u k a h S t o r y W r i t t e n b y H a r r i s To b i a s I l l u s t r a t e d b y C a r o l y n Yo n k e r s C o p y r i g h t  C a s i t a P r e s s C h a r l o t t e s v i l l e VA A L L R IGHTS R ES ER V ED ISBN      This book is dedicated to everyone that still believes in miracles and to my beautiful grandchildren Roman Lilah Sadie Eula Esme It was the coldest Chanukah anyone could remember Icicles hung from the eaves and a cold wind blew the snow into drifts on the lawn It was the last night of Chanukah and the fully lit menorah would do what it could to compete with the multicolored twinkling displays of Christmas lights on all the other houses in Stoney Glen Estates Sarah Greenstein took special pride showing the menorah in the livingroom window The menorah was a heavy silver antique passed down from her Great Grandmother Unfortunately the Greensteins menorah required a rather large odd sized candle which had to be special ordered many weeks in advance from a Judiaca store in Brooklyn