Have you ever wondered about the marvelous hut some people build for Sukkot? Do you decorate a sukkah with your family? Are you interested in celebrating Sukkot but not sure where to start?
Grab one of these adorable children’s books to learn more. Each of these stories is filled with incredible illustrations and age appropriate explanations about the traditions behind the festival of Sukkot. See a full list of PJ Library books about Sukkot here.
Recommended for children ages 4 to 6 years old
When Micah visits the pumpkin patch, he's on a mission to find a great big pumpkin for the sukkah. But the local soup kitchen sure could use a nice, fresh pumpkin. What will Micah do?
Recommended for children 6 to 7 years old
Despite the strenuous protests of the owner, a man constructs a sukkah for his grandchildren on the roof of his apartment building.
Recommended for children 6 to 8 years old
Three mysterious guests appear at generous but impoverished Ezra’s table on Sukkot and bless him, but don’t do the same for his rich but selfish brother, Eben.
Recommended for children 2 to 4 years old
Two siblings plan a special breakfast in their family’s sukkah during the harvest festival of Sukkot and end up sharing it with some very special guests.
Recommended for children ages 8 and up
When Marcus’s family moves from Europe to China in the 1930s, he feels like a fish out of water. He doesn’t know any Jewish families like his. But when he makes a new friend, he’s able to build an unusual sukkah just in time for Sukkot -- and that helps him feel more at home.
Recommended for children ages 7 and up
While preparing for the holiday of Sukkot, a flash fire in California leads neighbors to experience a modern miracle involving a little cat.
Recommended for children ages 5 to 6 years old
Sara and her mom make a special trip to the country to choose decorations for the family sukkah. Who’s responsible for the fact that Sara’s favorite gourds disappear, one by one, from the sukkah?
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September 25, 2017