Celebrate Purim with Persian Flare—and Hamantaschen

With Purim on the horizon, we’ve got Queen Esther—and hamantaschen—on the mind.

If you’re looking for a way to introduce children to the story of Purim but also want pay homage to its Persian roots, this children’s book, The Story of Queen Esther, weaves the classic tale of the woman who saved the Jewish people with bold and colorful Persian-inspired illustrations.


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There’s also a custom to send mishloach manot, or food baskets, on Purim. Send your loved ones this
Tradition in a Box Purim gift set
. It’s full of delicious kosher goodies perfect for this holiday!

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Happy Purim to you and yours!

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