This Free Hanukkah Coloring Book Is Amazing (Plus 10 Other Holiday Gifts We Love) – Kveller
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This Free Hanukkah Coloring Book Is Amazing (Plus 10 Other Holiday Gifts We Love)

Now that Hanukkah is around the corner — it begins at sundown on December 12 — it’s time to start thinking about gifts, which is why we rounded up some of our favorites (including a free Hanukkah coloring book).

1. “Pillow Fight Night” by Jack Jacob and illustrated by Emma Hofberg

The main character, Jack, teaches kids about friendship and forgiveness — and how expressing our feelings can bring us all together.

2. “The Mitzvah Bus” by Mister G

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Pairing “bluegrass, bossa nova, and more with clever wordplay,” this album is a perfect addition to your kid’s Hanukkah. Mister G (whose birth name is Ben Gundersheimer) is the winner of the 2015 Latin GRAMMY Award for Best Children’s Album, along with four Parents’ Choice® Gold Awards. This album has 14 songs in English, Hebrew, Spanish, and Yiddish on topics such as holidays, family, food, and language.

3. “The Librarian of Auschwitz” by Antonio Iturbe and translated by Lilit Thwaites

This book is for teens and tells a fictionalized version of the real-life story of Auschwitz prisoner Dita Kraus — and how she risked her life to save books. In the novel, Dita is 14 and finds herself at Auschwitz, trying to survive when she is tasked with becoming the unofficial “librarian of Auschwitz.” Publishers Weekly called it “an unforgettable, heartbreaking novel.”

4. “Clifford Celebrates Hanukkah” by Norman Bridwell

It’s our favorite big red dog learning about and enjoying Hanukkah. Great for young readers.

5. “Elmo’s Little Dreidel” by Naomi Kleinberg

Elmo celebrates Hanukkah for the first time — and gets a surprise Hanukkah gift. You can probably guess what it is…

6. “My Two Holidays: A Hanukkah and Christmas Story” by Danielle Novack and illustrated by Phyllis Harris

This is a book perfect for interfaith families and kids who celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah. As Amazon aptly puts it in its summary, “My Two Holidays” “offers comforting explanations that shine a light on how special it can be to celebrate two treasured holidays instead of one.”

7. “Hanukkah Mad Libs” by Roger Price and Leonard Stern,204,203,200_QL40_&dpSrc=srch

A fun activity for kids and adults both.

8. “Happy Hanukkah, Curious George” by H.A. Rey and Margaret Rey

If you love the mischievous little monkey, you’ll love this holiday special with him. To boot, there’s a latke recipe and directions on how to make a dreidel!

9. “Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins Paperback” by Eric A. Kimmel and‎ Trina Schart Hyman

What happens when goblins are terrorizing a town? Well, when Hershel is around, let’s just say, he isn’t about to let them get away with it.

10. “Latke, the Lucky Dog” by Ellen Fischer and Tiphanie Beeke

What happens when a stray dog finds a new home on the first night of Hanukkah?

11. “The Ultimate Hanukkah Activity Book: History, Drawings, Puzzles, Candles, Menora Memes, Activities, And More! The Best Hanukkah Gift For Kids! ” by E.V. Pepper

Who doesn’t want to color in Jewish cats and dogs and other fun things? The best part? It’s a free Kindle book you can download.

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