Thanks to generous feedback from my Jewish readers I have some new recommendations. Yesterday I mentioned a Pottery Barn Menorah--Anna from randomhandprints blog left me a comment saying...yeah, that menorah...not so much. Anna reported it was clunky and not in the least trendy. Since I didn't want to go without some kid-friendly Hanukkah treats, I enlisted Anna's help. She did some some recon for me and came up with her Top Hanukkah Picks for Kids
This wooden set from KidCraft event comes with play potato latkes ($23.95). So cool.
The tiniest Jews will enjoy the season with this plush set from Rite Lite ($13.39)
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Anna suggested this slightly different take on the menorah, she compares it to an Advent calendar--the hanging comes with colorful candles and flames which are stored in pouches--cool! Happy Chanukah Wall Hanging($21.99)
Thank you Anna, and I will take you up in that offer to be our Hanukkah expert!
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