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published: Sep 2010
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publisher: Second Story Press

A Chanukah Noel

by Sharon Jennings, illustrated by Gillian Newland

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list price: $15.95
edition:eBook
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published: Sep 2010
ISBN:9781926920597
publisher: Second Story Press
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Charlotte and her family have just moved to a small town in France. There is a lot to get used to: a new language, new friends, a new school. Even the milk tastes different. As Christmas draws near, Charlotte is amazed to see the town transform itself. The streets are decorated, the shops are full of presents, and the smells of cinnamon and chocolate fill the air. Charlotte, who is Jewish, longs to have a Christmas too. Can she find a way to celebrate the spirit of both Christmas and Chanukah?

About the Authors
Sharon Jennings is an award-winning author of many books for young people, including C'mere, Boy! and Bearcub and Mama, a finalist for the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award. Sharon lives in Toronto.
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Sharon Jennings is an award-winning author of many books for young people, including C'mere, Boy! and Bearcub and Mama, a finalist for the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award. Sharon lives in Toronto.
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
5 to 9
Grade:
1 to 4
Reading age:
5 to 9

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A Chanukah Noel

Charlotte and her family have just moved to France where she must learn a new language, make new friends and go to a new school. As Christmas approaches Charlotte pleads with her parents to celebrate Christmas, but, being Jewish, they will not allow this. Charlotte is not willing to give up, however, and finds a way to share the joys of both Christmas and Chanukah with one of her classmates.

Source: The Canadian Children’s Book Centre. Best Books for Kids & Teens. 2011.

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