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Stars of David Dog Bandana XS Aleph Bet Blocks by Uncle Goose Hanukkah Helper Girl - Brunette Hair Hanukkah Express Train Menorah
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Stars of David Dog Bandana XS Uncle Goose Aleph Bet Blocks Hanukkah Helper Girl - Brunette Hair Train Menorah Brings Hanukkah Joy!
Your dog will be a star all year long in this Star of David bandana. All cotton, washable, with brightly colored stars on turquoise background and reflective tabs for pet safety. Award-winning classic wood blocks set in Hebrew. Letters are sculpted in the wood with an antique style. Inks are non-toxic and child-safe.
The plush 10-inch Helpers are great companions during the day and often surprise the children during the night with mysterious and unpredictable adventures. When Hanukkah is over, the Helper must return home and prepare for the next year's visit. The tradition continues year after year, and each time the Hanukkah Helper visits, children (and even adults) experience the same sense of playful suspense, excitement and friendship. Children will delight in this train menorah that brings Hanukkah fun to them! Hanukkah symbols are displayed in bright colors for learning and fun. Ceramic. 10" long.
Royal Challah Pan (Large) Chanukah Wooden Play Set - by KidKraft Thank You for Me! BB Dreidel Cake Pan
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Royal Challah Pan (Large) Hanukah Wooden Play Set Thank You For Me!  a board book based on Kobi's Lullaby by Rick Recht Dreidel Cake Pan
This prize-winning silicone challah pan will help you bake like a pro!!!  Create perfectly braided challah every time.  Simply fill & bake!  Featured at the Atlanta Jewish Book Festival.

This beautifully crafted Hanukkah wooden play set by KidKraft comes complete with a menorah, nine candles, frying pan, two latkes, dreidel and gelt. Provides a safe way for younger children to "light the candles" each night. Safe, non-toxic finish.Featured at the Atlanta Jewish Book Festival

Based on a lullaby Jewish folk-rock singer Rick Recht composed for his son, Kobi. Thank you for friends and family, earth and sea, even the air. Thank you for me! Beautifully illustrated. Featured at the Atlanta Jewish Book Festival.
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Hanukkah Surprise Boxes Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel HB Latke, The Lucky Dog - PB Miracle for Shira PB
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Hanukkah Box of Surprises Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel  a book about the song Miracle for Shira - A Chanukah Story
A set of 8 boxes, each one numbered for one of the eight nights; each one filled with a surprise gift. Each night there is a surprise: from a dreidel and gelt to Jacob's Ladder and Maccabee Flying Monkey, the gifts will delight.  The suspense will build as the box of boxes sits for all to see.  A great way for grandparents, aunts and uncles, and doting friends to give a small gift for each of the eight nights.  The eight numbered boxes fit in a larger box with a plastic lid, elastic ribbon, and a gift card.  The boxes are reusable for next year! A lovely new rendition of the Dreidel Song, beautifully illustrated. The last pages are a pop-up including a dancing dreidel! Designed for sturdy wear for ages 3 and up. Rescued from an animal shelter on the first night of Hanukkah, fuzzy Latke the puppy joins the family just in time for the celebrations. He is one Lucky Dog! Told from the pups point of view, this is a sweet Hanukkah story for little ones. Color illustrations. For ages 2-7. Hot off the Press! When Shira receives an Israeli dreidel, she can hardly wait to share it with her class. Once at school, the dreidel is lost. Shira looks everywhere for it, but can't find it. But a little miracle happens... Another fine addition to the Shira Series by Galia Sabbag Featured at the Atlanta Jewish Book Festival