Roni Schotter is the author of many award-winning books for children, including "Nothing Ever Happens on 90th Street," "The Boy Who Loved Words," and "Passover Magic." She lives in New York, and her website is www.ronischotter.com.
Marilyn Hafner illustrated many books for children, including "It's Halloween" and "It's Christmas" by Jack Prelutsky and "A Carnival of Animals" by Sid Fleishman. She was also known for her popular comic strip "Molly and Emmet" in Ladybug magazine.
Flip, flap here.
Flip, flop there.
Potato pancakes in the air.
Latkes flying everywhere!
Say "Happy Hanukkah!" with this joyful story of one family's holiday celebration, from spinning dreidels to cooking yummy latkes to lighting the menorah together. With sweet, lyrical text and warm illustrations, this is the perfect way to celebrate the festival of lights. Includes a sticker sheet in the back!
"[A] glowing picture book... Hafner's watercolors of the cozy house filled with the warmth of love and family beautifully evoke this special celebration's pleasures."—Publishers Weekly
"Warm with candlelight and family delight."—School Library Journal