It’s the last night of Hanukkah and everyone is doing their part for the big celebration, but a dragon called Dreadful has other ideas. He roams the countryside, interrupting the party preparations. Lady Sadie must call upon the Eight Knights of Hanukkah to perform deeds of awesome kindness and stupendous bravery and put an end to the dragon’s shenanigans. When Dreadful eats all the special donuts the baker made, Sir Lily helps the baker make more sufganiyot. Sir Alex makes a young lad a new dreidel after Dreadful scorched his original one. And on the Knights go–but when they finally catch up to Dreadful, a funny surprise awaits them!
This cute Hanukkah book can be used in speech therapy to address alliterations and adjectives. It is also great for noticing character expressions and for targeting social/emotional concepts, such as helping others! Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using The Eights Knights of Hanukkah in speech therapy below: