Popsugar Reading Challenge Category: A book about a holiday that's not Christmas
Werewolves Don't Celebrate Hanukkah, by Michelle Franklin
This is a funny, charming children's book, explaining Hanukkah customs with Jonathan Burrello's very cute werewolf illustrations. While werewolves have a built-in potato peeler, they would definitely eat up all the latkes and leave none for the humans. The author also suggests that werewolves could solve the ongoing problem of the holiday's lack of a standard spelling: each werewolf could choose a spelling, and then they'd fight it out, with the winner deciding the official name.
Michelle Franklin has several other books in a similar vein: Dragons Don't Celebrate Passover, Gryphons Don't Celebrate Shavuot, and Vampires Don't Observe Shabbos. (Come to think of it, dragons would probably prefer Hanukkah - all those candles.)