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Mary Latta - Childrens Peace LibraryYou can find books by book type, by the language of the book, by the age of the children, by the type of book, by the Peace Education strands, by the child or family’s social identity, or by special topics! Whew!! You may select as many options as you choose, but the more you click, the fewer books will come up.

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Friday Nights of Nana (The) - Cover
Friday Nights of Nana (The)
Amy Hest, Candlewick 1971
 
A young Jewish American girl helps her grandma prepare for the Friday night Shabbat dinner. Beautifully written and illustrated. This book evokes the loving labor that brings a family together and a child’s joy in ritual.

Ages: Play Years (2-4), Transition (4-5)
Languages: English
Book Types: Story Book
Identity Groups: Elders, Jewish, European, White/Euro-American
Special Topics: Food, Cooking, Celebrations and Holidays
Strands: Knowledge of Self & Connection to Others