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D - NOAH'8 AltK HERITAGE, Florida lewish News December, 1978 / HOTLINE: Sadat, Begin Share Nobel Prize The November issue of NOAH'S ARK explained what's happening in the Middle East and discussed peace. That issue also told you about the Nobel Prize. Put those two subjects to- gether, and what do you have? The Nobel Prize for Peace will be awarded to Anwar ei-Sadat of Egypt and Menachem Begin of Israel! The two leaders are sharing the award for two reasons: first of all thev are working very hard to make peace. Secondly, the Nobel Peace Committee wants them to keep working until there really is peace in the Middle East. (Art by Nitzan Sitzer.) How To MAKF. MENORAH L Yet4 ncd n e e.ron, ScisSOrS, 91e ancil, eta V Co;Ij Qno r Ckkah e.an4|es. z. Cu; '+h. +o I, /lf oF *ha ecj *on ow?y a%o, +he boffom B Qnd +hn e.u+ each  {t=} cp ape* - li ke his. .a v 3. Flaen +he ho't'tona o each t.up Qnd hen cover +he c,ps and -ge lid wi+h the 4"oil. q. Fill each cup with modelinQ ,1 (or P|ml-doql . Osinaj./uour. r..nencil  make. a hole tin fhe cloy# deel eno-)h aria w=ae enou)h 1"o old a candle. t,. Glue +h* c, ps  "the I;d. Make fhe. shamQsh  toller +ln +he Oher c=ndle holders I/ stacV.i tm c,p irside Keep watching N I ARK. From time we will be contests, like what your fa Jewish holida or your favorite character. Chanukah Books For Reading And Gift-Giving Jewish children are very lucky because the librarians and book stores have a lot of good books with Jewish con- tent now. Books make great presents that last and last. Here are two excellent books that will make perfect Chanukah gifts. HANUKKAH GAME BOOK and HANUKKAH FUN BOOK by David A. Adler. Bonim Books, 1978 and 1976. Game Book, $1.95; Fun Book, $1.50. Both of these books arc collections of puzzles, word games, riddles, ma6c tricks and number games with Hanukkah themes. The pur- pose of these books is to w: the reader fun activities while learning about and enjoying tlanukkah. Some activities are hard and some are easy. The ttanukkah Game Book even includes a Ilanukkah memory game to cut out and play. Every elementary age Jewish chihi shouht have one or both of these books! THE HANUKKAH STORY by Marilyn Hirsh. Bonito Books, 1977. $7.95. " i Tiffs author and illustrator (artist for books) is one of the finest creators of books of Jewish content. She really CEXAHPLE: "Y" $Ec'ET CoDE SECRET CHANUKAH HESSAGE, CouNT FORWARD FRor,'t TIlE LETTERS SBovJt,I. - /DD - R, B "" "B'* 15 T/E ,qIS/ER.) Immmmmm Oo$Q g'FO00Z00 8 EX MMbK sg QEBOB knows how to tell good stories. Her pictures help the reader understand what is happening. The Hanukkah Story is a perfect example of Ms. Himh's books. She tells the story of Hanukkah in a way that is exciting and inter- esting. The Hanukkah Story is the best picture book to show what ruby happened in Judea long ago. The words in this book are difficult. A good sug- gestion is for all of the family to sit together after lighting the first candle of Hanukkah and listen while an adult reads the story out loud. Kx The word DREID ELI syllables, but can using only two -- submitted by Bri# Memphis, Answer To Secret Code i *'aq4 piuitdtiilq apt>J..u /' For information about advertising in NOAH'S ARK, call HERITAGE: Orlando area: {305} 834-8787 or 8348277 Tampa area: {813} 224-0070