My friends - success!!! I have found a book that features Sufganiot!! I'm excited. However, I don't have access to a deep-fryer until Monday, so this recipe will have to wait until then. In the meanwhile, if you'd like to pick up Hanukkah Moon by Deborah de Costa and flip through it, you'll be all prepared.
There are lots of holiday stories out there... just, most of the ones I've found either deal with the meaning behind the holidays (no food) or else feature potato latkes. I promise, I'm not trying to ignore Hanukkah.
Some good titles I've found that I won't be writing about (with and without food involved) include:
Mrs. Greenberg's Messy Hanukkah by Linda Glaser (also, The Borrowed Hanukkah Latkes, which features the same characters - so cute!)
Zigazak! A Magical Hanukkah Adventure by Eric A. Kimmel
Moishe's Miracle: A Hanukkah Story by Laura Krauss Melmed
Hanukkah at Valley Forge by Stephen Krensky
Runaway Dreidel! by Leslea Newman (which is set to the same cadence as The Night Before Christmas)
Also! The American Girl series has a new girl (Rebecca) - their first Jewish character. And The All-of-a-Kind Family series by Sydney Taylor features a Jewish family... though, I haven't read these since I was a kid, so most of what I remember of their religion is the Purim celebration, and I thusly can't tell you which books to pick up off the top of my head for this particular holiday.