The Hanukkah magic of Nate Gadol
—Levine, Arthur A., 1962- author.
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Nate Gadol is a great big spirit with eyes as shiny as golden coins and a smile that is lantern bright. He can make anything last as long as it is needed, like a tiny bit of oil that must stretch for eight nights, a flower that needs to stay fresh to cheer up someone ailing, or a small lump of chocolate that grows to allow the Glasers to treat their children over the holiday and, during a harsh winter when medicine is needed more than sweets, spurs them to share what little they have with the O'Malleys. In this charming holiday hybrid story, well-known children's author and editor Arthur A. Levine pairs with award-winning illustrator Kevin Hawkes to offer a mythical, magical take on the way Jewish families came to give and receive gifts over Hanukkah, just as their Christian neighbors do at Christmas, thanks to a loving spirit named Nate Gadol working behind the scenes--together with a certain jolly old soul.

Item Details
Hanukkah stories.
Magic -- Juvenile fiction.
Picture books.
Other Authors:
Hawkes, Kevin, illustrator.
9780763697419 (hardcover)
First edition.
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly colour illustrations ; 30 cm
Link to PAC
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