Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Kislev 4, 5775
By:
Matt Robinson, JNS.org
A former employee of a major toy company drew on his experience to create an alternative for Jewish children with "elf envy."
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By:
Barbara S. Rothschild, JE Feature
A South Jersey writer turned a Chanukah story about a teenage girl with a big heart into a whimsically illustrated children's book.
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By:
Lynne Blumberg, Special Sections
Kids at local synagogue schools discuss their favorite things about Chanukah.
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By:
Elyse Glickman, Special Sections
Support the local Federation's campaign to Buy Israeli Goods by purchasing gifts made in the Jewish state for Chanukah. Read on for suggestions.
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By:
Elyse Glickman, Special Sections
Since Chanukah represents the ultimate situation where the Jewish people were unplugged, why not consider toys and whimsical home accents that inspire creativity that isn't computer-generated?
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