This beautifully illustrated children’s book tells the story of vegetables in a refrigerator who learn about accepting others and the meaning of Hannukah.
Despite their differences in shape, size, and color, the ingredients in a salad work together to create a healthy meal. Could we humans learn a thing or two from our vegetable friends? Oni and the Kingdom of Onion is a charming children’s story that teaches important lessons about respect, tolerance, diversity, caring, and sharing.
Written by Marc Rubenstein and illustrated by Hannah Miller and Tamra Gerard, Oni and the Kingdom of Onion also recounts the origins of the first Hanukkah and the importance of religious history. Through Oni’s story, children are encouraged to be accepting of others and work towards common goals, all while learning about an important religious holiday. Children and parents alike will enjoy learning about Oni, a remarkable onion, and how in a divided world, we can all come together as one.