The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah is coming up – and that means eight beautiful nights celebrating the miracle of the Maccabees, lighting the menorah, and, well, figuring out what to do to build your family’s own special traditions.
Whether you grew up celebrating Hanukkah or are building traditions with your own family, PJ Library has resources and books for you! Check out their latest post – a Hanukkah “cheat sheet” supplying parents and kids with story book ideas to read each night of Hanukkah, gift ideas to make or exchange, recipes to cook together, including delectable latkes and sufganiyot donut holes, and more. You’ll also find a “Get Togethers” section to help you share the holiday with your friends and family!
A program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, PJ Library sends families expertly curated, age-appropriate Jewish children’s books each month at no cost to subscribers. The books encourage parents to share and explore Jewish values, ideas, and traditions with their children. Sign up at the PJ Library website for free books, parenting resources, and activities to help your whole family learn, create and play together far beyond story time.
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