Today is the first day of Hanukkah! Many families will be observing this day with games, food and blessings. It’s a beautiful celebration.
A few years ago, one of my most dearest friends invited us to celebrate Hanukkah with her family. It was a privilege to learn more about the meaning behind The Festival of Lights, dreidels, menorahs, latkes, and the special traditions for the next eight days and nights.
9 Bilingual Books about Hanukkah
These bilingual books are also great resources to teach about the traditions and history of Hanukkah. Wishing you light and peace. Happy Hanukkah!
From Judah Maccabee to lighting the menorah to eating potato latkes, this book introduces readers to the stories and traditions of Hanukkah and explains what it means to celebrate this festival of lights.
This book describes the ways Hanukkah is celebrated.
Each of its pages are adorned with beautiful illustrations, exclusive designs, traditional drawings and funny letters. Celebrate your simchas in full color, from Rosh Hashanah to Jacuna and Passover, among many other parties.
Carefully leveled text and fresh, vibrant photos engage young readers in learning about the traditions and celebrations of Hanukkah. Age-appropriate critical thinking questions and a photo glossary help build nonfiction learning skills.
20 Letters about Chanukah is a bilingual book in Spanish and English in which each letter tells one part of the story of the holiday of Chanukah. It is artistically illustrated and the age ranges between 5 and up because in my opinión, even from a children’s book an adult can learn.
Check out these collection of wonderful books about Hanukkah and its traditions.
These enjoyable pages have been specially written so that children can have their first encounter with the fascinating story of Januka.
Briefly explains the meaning of Hanukkah and introduces popular traditions and activities associated with it.
Celebrate and learn about the Jewish Festival of Lights with this charming English-Spanish picture book.