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Borenstein’s Book and Music Store is your one-stop shop for Judaica


No Hanukkah would be complete without spinning dreidels, and Borenstein's has you covered in that department. The store stocks a variety of the spinning tops, from simple wooden types (selling for 49 cents each) to colorful plastic ones ($1.49 each) that can be filled with chocolate coins. They even have dreidels that light up and play music as they spin, but these high-tech dreidels will set you back $3.99 apiece. It sounds worth it to us, though.

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