Eight Books for Hanukkah

The best little books for those you “love a latke.”

  • The Story of the Jews Volume One

    The first volume of a two-book magnificently illustrated cultural history--the tie-in to the PBS and BBC series The Story of the Jews.

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  • Joy of Kosher

    The Rachael Ray of Kosher shares over 200 fast and fabulous family recipes, with tips on how to dress them up for company or dress them down for kids.

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  • Let There Be Laughter

    Borrowing from traditional humor and such Jewish comedy legends as Mel Brooks, Joan Rivers, Larry David, Sarah Silverman, Jerry Seinfeld and Amy Schumer, Let There Be Laughter is an absolute pleasure.

    From the host of NPR's “Forum with Michael Krasny,” this Jewish joke book packs the punches. Borrowing from traditional humor and Jewish comedy legends Mel Brooks, Joan Rivers, Larry David, Sarah Silverman, Jerry Seinfeld and Amy Schumer, Let There Be Laughter is an absolute pleasure for the chosen and goyim alike.

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  • They Call Me Supermensch

    “At a time when people feel compelled to revel in and share their excesses-and Gordon does share a few of his-it’s refreshing to find a story in which the search for meaning trumps the search for mischief.” -Publishers Weekly

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  • Driving Miss Norma

    Based on the popular Facebook travel blog, the wondrous story of one unforgettable cross-country road trip and one effervescent woman of ageless spirit who teaches us how to say “Yes!” to all that life offers.

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  • Awestruck

    Organized by season, this 365-day journal helps you cultivate and capture a little awe each day and to reflect on the bounty of marvelous experiences around you.

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  • Biscuit's Hanukkah

    Come along with Biscuit as he makes a beautiful menorah to celebrate Hanukkah.

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  • Moonglow

    “An often rollicking, ultimately moving read. And like the song, it’s liable to stay with you.”- Heller McAlpin, NPR.org

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