Annie leads her family on a nighttime journey around their farm to celebrate the first night of Hanukkah. At each stop along the way — the Old Log, Squeezy Cave, and Billy Goat’s Bridge — Annie uses riddles (and potatoes) to mark old traditions and start new ones. They end up at Turtle Rock Creek, where they give thanks for the light and warmth (and potatoes) in their lives. This charming story about a clever Mighty Girl's way of ensuring the cold doesn't put an end to her family's Hanukkah traditions is sure to warm your heart.
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