Kugel for Hanukkah? By Gretchen M. Everin

Weekly Trip to the Library

I love giving my Nanny Kids children’s books as gifts for the holidays. This makes a great book to give to children for Hanukkah but also fun to read to children of any faith.

After reading this bright and cheerful book with your Nanny Kids make this noodle kugel recipe for them to enjoy.

In Kugel for Hanukkah? by Gretchen M. Everin, a girl celebrates the eight nights of Hanukkah with her family. Each night the family lights another candle, eats more latkes, and the grandmother and the girl open a gift.

Each night brings a surprise — but not the one the girl is hoping for. For example, instead of getting a pet that she was hoping for, she gets a lamp. Her grandmother opens gifts that don’t make sense to the girl, like cranberries.

But, by the end of the sorry the grandmother combines all her gifts to make the girl’s favorite treat — a kugel noodle casserole. What’s more exciting is that kugel is traditionally eaten at Passover, not Hanukkah.

Finally, each of the girl’s previous gifts relates to the surprise she receives on the last night when finally get a pet.

I highly recommend reading this book and making some kugel for your nanny kids. Children of every faith will enjoy the story and the delicious treat.

You can buy your own copy of the book by clicking the links above or below:

Kugel for Hanukkah?

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