Happy Purim by Estelle Hanania

Ever wish you could just stare at kids in Purim costumes without looking away? Thanks to French photographer Estelle Hanania, now you can. In her gorgeous photography book Happy Purim (Shelter Press), she selects her favorite shots from the Purims she spent wandering the ultra-Orthodox neighborhood of Stamford Hill in North London, photographing the homemade costumes kids wear.

Her photos include kids dressed as everything from a Torah scroll, a clown, some Raggedy Anns and an inexplicable pepperoni (maybe it’s kosher?) pizza mask with no eyeholes.

The book’s page on the publisher’s site

via Jewniverse

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