In response to rising antisemitism in the United States and around the world, the Association of Jewish Libraries offers the Love Your Neighbor series of book lists, intended to provide children and their families with a greater understanding of the Jewish religion and its people. Books read in youth impact future outlooks, and it is our hope that meeting Jews on the page will inspire friendship when readers meet Jews in real life. This ninth list in the series offers historical and contemporary depictions of the eight-day festival of Hanukkah, a minor Jewish holiday that, due to its proximity to Christmas, is one of the most widely celebrated of the year. Read more about the significance of Hanukkah in this post from Storytime Solidarity. You can find the titles listed below in libraries, bookstores, and online. The entire Love Your Neighbor series of book lists can be found at JewishLibraries.org/Love_Your_Neighbor.