In time for the Rugrats' 30th anniversary, the beloved Chanukah Special is now a delightful picture book for readers of all ages!
On the eighth night of Chanukah, Grandma Minka reads aloud a story about the meaning of the holiday to Tommy, Chuckie, Lil, Phil, and Angelica. The babies imagine themselves as the characters in the story, but then Grandma stops reading to make latkes, and the ending is left unknown.
Soon they're all off to the synagogue, where Grandpa Boris is acting in the Chanukah play. The kids, misunderstanding the phrase "the meaning of Chanukah," believe that an actor in the play is the "meany of Chanukah" and storm the stage to save Grandpa. How will the Rugrats get out of trouble this time? And will they ever learn the true meaning of Chanukah?
This storybook is a perfect blend of silly, sweet, and educational and will make a cherished gift for kids, nostalgic millennials, and anyone who's ever wondered about the true meaning of the holiday.Author:
11.10h x 9.20w x 0.40dISBN:
Ages 4-8Review Citation(s): School Library Journal
11/01/2021 pg. 51
About the Author
Kim Smith is the New York Times best-selling illustrator of over 30 picture books, including Quirk's Pop Classics series, Boxitects, and Builder Brothers: Big Plans. She graduated from the Alberta College of Art and Design and lives in Canada.