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Leah’s Lucky Hanukkah

It was the coldest December Leah could remember.

Leah was an orphan. She lived with other girls in an old building. It had rusty pipes and peeling paint.

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Each day, people would come by to see the girls.

“Do you think this Hanukkah we will get a family?” one of the girls asked Leah.

“If we are lucky,” Leah said. Leah wished for a family too.

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On the first day of Hanukkah, a woman named Rachel came to see Leah.

Leah was reading to a little girl when Rachel said “Hello.”

Leah stood and smoothed her dress. Rachel smiled.

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Rachel looked deep into Leah’s eyes.

“Hanukkah celebrates light in the darkness,” said Rachel. “Kindness is a form of light. We must always be kind to each other.”

Then she took a present from her bag.

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FAZ Reading Level Detail

Lexile Score 380
Word Count 553
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