Six and a half decades after the Holocaust, the first Jewish publisher of children’s books in Germany will issue its inaugural title on Monday. Filmmaker and author Myriam Halberstam, a German-American Jew, said she set up “Ariella Books” in May 2010 because there was a lack of children’s books on Judaism in Germany.”A Horse for Hanukkah” — a humorous story about a horse who wreaks havoc on a family’s celebrations during Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights — is Halberstam’s first attempt to cater for Germany’s 200,000-strong Jewish community.” At Christmas there are all these books you can buy for your children, but if you’re Jewish and you want to read them something about Jewish holidays, you can’t,” she said.