How I Saved Hanukkah
"Will appeal to young readers who will also find themselves learning a bit about the meaning of Hanukkah...Warm and funny."
—School Library Journal
Marla Feinstein, the only Jewish kid in her fourth-grade class, hates December. While everyone else is decorating trees, she'll be forgetting to light the candles and staring at a big plastic dreidel. The holidays couldn't get much worse. So Marla decides to find out what Hanukkah's really about—and soon she and her family have made the Festival of Lights the biggest party in town!
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