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300 Ways to Ask Four Questions

300 Ways to Ask Four Questions

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A Different Night

A Different Night

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A-S Family Haggadah Large Print

A-S Family Haggadah Large Print

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Attractive and easy to read, this 8 1/2 x 11 edition is complete with Hebrew text, translation, instructions, marginal comments, two-color printing, and an economical price - all the features that make our standard Family Haggadah a best seller year after year. Ideal for every member of the family, from your youngest reader to Grandma!
Ayeka: Hearing Your Own Voice

Ayeka: Hearing Your Own Voice

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A new twist on a full traditional haggadah. Participants of all ages are encouraged to turn "The Story" into "My Story" through the use of questions and activities that promote self-reflection and sharing. A unique workbook-style haggadah, ideally filled out by all participants in advance of Seder night, the Ayeka Haggadah offers an opportunity for families and groups of all kinds to see how their lives fit into the larger story of the Jewish People.

DIFFERENT NIGHT LEADERS GUIDE

DIFFERENT NIGHT LEADERS GUIDE

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Emoji Haggadah

Emoji Haggadah

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Emojis are the hieroglyphics of the 21st century, so have a blast deciphering the traditional Haggadah text written in a most untraditional format - entirely in emojis! Tips for decoding are included at the end of The Emoji Haggadah, along with the full traditional Hebrew and English Haggadah text.
Escape Velocity:A Post-Apocalyptic Passover Haggadah

Escape Velocity:A Post-Apocalyptic Passover Haggadah

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Large heirloom edition: 13.75 x 9.75 inches and weighs almost 4 lbs.
Gripping illustrations with over 60 full-page and in full-color.
Silver gilded pages provide a luxury finish.
A fully illustrated pull-out section that spans more than 3 feet!
The perfect gift to buy for the host of your Seder or to provide for each person at your Seder (they will not want to share this one). Also makes an excellent Bar and Bat Mitzvah gift.

Synopsis: On Passover a Jew is obligated to see himself as if he came out of Egypt.

Yes, but how?

The Passover Haggadah, the text that is meant to guide one through the Seder night, is almost as old as the holiday itself. It tells a story of ages ago, removed by millennia from our modern lives. And how can Jews relate to an ancient persecution when we are not seventy years removed from the cataclysm of the Shoah?

Escape Velocity works under a very simple assumption: The Haggadah is the one source Jews use, on the one night they have, to express, and be impressed, by their faith. Escape Velocity sees to it that the Haggadah lives up to that promise. It strives to find relevance in a story few Jews can relate to. It recognizes the intent of the text and places enormous demands on it to not only be a good read, but for it to be a good feel for it to be felt: deeply.

Escape Velocity is a how-to of sorts. It sets an example of how to bring one's self to the Seder table and intertwine the richness inherent in each of us with the poetry and song found throughout the Haggadah. It reveals an ancient tale which is told by the wise and the pious, but one that is meant to be read and listened to by the Jew of today. It is a celebration of synthesis between the wisdom of the ancients and modern man s unique vantage point - a post-Apocalyptic vantage point. When the Haggadah is read through the eyes of such a generation, it takes on an existential tone and moves from a commemoration of an event in the past, to a celebration of our lives in the now .

Escape Velocity s commentary, its design, as well as its illustrations all work to uncover a dynamic, riveting opportunity to connect with ones faith and impart that faith to others. It reveals a Haggadah of existential proportions, perfectly suited for a people of extra-ordinary circumstances. In the end, Escape Velocity teaches us that we have more in common with our ancient ancestors than we think. Our emerging from the dark shadow of the Shoah makes the exodus of our people from Egypt a blueprint of sorts for our modern lives.

The Jewish people has rarely known a time where their hopes and dreams were not ripped from their tightly clenched fists and tossed out a window like a handful of magic beans. Indeed, history has been less than kind to the chosen ones. As the Passover Haggadah declares: In all ages they rise up against us to destroy us ... . Expulsion. Crusade. Pogrom. Pick your persecution; the Jew has known it.

Yet somehow one gets the feeling that recent times have taken knowing to new levels. Never before have so many been so close to so much unabashed, raw evil. Never before have so few survived, been pushed so far and left with so little. The Holocaust: more than crusade, more than pogrom, even more than genocide was no less than deicide. And although faith was never wholly rational, it was now reduced to the ridiculous, and the faithful left wide open to ridicule.

These are the times in which we find ourselves. And suddenly, the very fact becomes an imperative. In these times, we must find ourselves! The Seder night then becomes the battleground where man s stare must penetrate his own heart, and without missing a beat his heart must courageously return the gaze.

Family Seder

Family Seder

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This redesigned edition (2013) of a popular low-priced Haggadah for the modern home contains the full traditional Passover service with Hebrew and English text. It includes clear explanations of the ceremonies and symbols used in the course of the evening as well as meaningful quotations, culled from the literature of the ages, which reinforce the message of freedom that is the essence of the holiday.
Free At Last; From Mud to Mirth: A Pesach Tale - Including Haggadah & Read-Along CD

Free At Last; From Mud to Mirth: A Pesach Tale - Including Haggadah & Read-Along CD

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A unique, one-of-a-kind Passover celebration! The highly professional blend of story, music and art contained in this book/cd/Haggadah combination will bring the Passover story alive, stretching all the way back from G-d's encounter with Abraham at Ur Kasdim, until our present-day Seder table. The read-along audio CD contains nine tracks of narrative and song that children AND adults will find intriguing and entertaining. Set at a modern-day Seder table, complete with traditional grandfather, 'get-it-over-with' adults, semi-curious children, and a mysterious surprise guest, this delightful presentation imparts the true meaning of the Exodus from Egypt and its significance to our lives, and helps transmit this all-important message to children and adults alike. The oversized book includes a complete Hebrew-English Haggadah, and makes a perfect gift for Passover!

Gems From the Nesivos Sholom - Haggadah

Gems From the Nesivos Sholom - Haggadah

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Haggadah Torah Avos. The Haggadah compiled and used by the Nesivos Sholom zt"l contains commentaries by the rabbeim of the chassidic dynasties of Lechovitz, Kobrin, and Slonim. Nesivos Sholom, the title of the sefarim of Reb Sholom Noach Berezovsky zt"l, saintly rebbe of a vibrant chassidic dynasty, had and continues to have an impact well beyond the tightly knit enclave of Slonimer adherents. Since its publication in the latter half of the twentieth century, Nesivos Sholom has become a standard text in the study halls and homes of Torah Jews from one end of the spectrum to the other. The Nesivos Sholom contends that the hallowed Seder conducted on the night of Pesach serves as a Rosh Hashanah of sorts; he refers to it as the Rosh Hashanah L'emunah. The Yom Tov of Pesach is greatly intertwined with the notion of emunah, and the facets of the avodah of Pesach are intended to inculcate such emunah within us. For the accomplished scholar or the earnest layman; the educator or the parent; and anyone, young or old, seeking to advance their Torah knowledge and connection with the Creator — this volume has a wealth to offer. In addition to the Hebrew Haggadah and its translation, there are several tidbits and essays before and after the actual Haggadah. With Hashem's help, this Haggadah will greatly enhance your Seder and your life. As expounded by Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsber

HAGGADAH FOR PASSOVER WITH COMMENTARY BASED ON THE SHIURIM OF RABBI JOSEPH B. SOLOVEITCHIK

HAGGADAH FOR PASSOVER WITH COMMENTARY BASED ON THE SHIURIM OF RABBI JOSEPH B. SOLOVEITCHIK

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This Passover Haggadah compiles the Ravs commentary from those shiurim into an accessible resource for pre-Pesach studies and an insightful accompaniment to the Pesach Seder. Not only does the Rav illuminate the halachic basis of many of the mitzvot of the Seder, but he also expounds on the traditional text with universal and relevant interpretations. Includes the full Passover Haggadah
Haggadah Good Feeling about This

Haggadah Good Feeling about This

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Why is this Haggadah different from all other Haggadahs?

  • This Haggadah doesn't just tell us what to do – it also tells us why. Why, for example, do we need to know that five rabbis once spent all night chatting at B'nei Brak? And why on earth do we have to weigh our parsley?
  • Other Haggadahs constantly go off on various tangents and they never signpost when they're doing this and why. This Haggadah keeps you in the loop from start to finish.
  • Other Haggadahs are either aimed at adults or purely at children. This Haggadah will suit everyone (which means you'll all be on the same page – literally – throughout the service).
  • Let's admit it: other Haggadahs manage to turn an exceptionally exciting story into a rather dreary and uninspiring one. This Haggadah livens things up a bit.
GUTNICK HAGGADAH- NUSACH HA-ARIZAL

Haggadah: The slager Edition - Arizal (The Gutnick Library of Jewish Classics) Kol Menachem Hardcover

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The KOL MENACHEM HAGGADAH adds layer upon layer of fresh insight to the age-old celebration of our journey from slavery to freedom. Its richly textured commentary creatively blends traditional, mystical and life-enhancing insights, while each step of the Seder is explained clearly in simple language. This remarkably handsome volume is adorned with ornate Hebrew typography, gold and maroon highlights, and a luxurious, hand-tooled leather-style binding. Substantial sponsorship has enabled this elegant Haggadah to be made available for an extremely reasonable price. The commentaries have been culled from a vast array of sources, spanning from the Twentieth Century back to antiquity. Special emphasis has been give to the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn, many of which appear in English here for the first time.

JPS Commentary on the Haggadah

JPS Commentary on the Haggadah

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Thanks to these generous donors for making the publication of this book possible: Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Best.

A definitive historical-critical commentary on the Passover seder.

The Passover haggadah enjoys an unrivaled place in Jewish culture, both religious and secular. Of all the classic Jewish books, the haggadah is the one most "alive" today. Jews continue to rewrite, revise, and add to its text, recasting it so that it remains relevant to their lives. Joseph Tabory, one of the world's leading authorities on the history of the haggadah, traces the development of the seder and the haggadah through the ages. The book features an extended introduction by Tabory, the classic Hebrew haggadah text side by side with its English translation, and Tabory's clear and insightful critical-historical commentary.

Medieval Haggadah Anthology

Medieval Haggadah Anthology

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The Medieval Haggadah Anthology. with the commentary of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik. by David Holzer. The Medieval Haggadah Anthology is a unique collection of over 200 fascinating images from 35 medieval Hebrew manuscripts portraying the life and art of the Jewish community over 500 years ago. The images have all been digitally remastered to bring out the vibrancy of the art while still maintaining their original character. The images are analyzed focusing on every detail from a perspective of Rabbinic literature and an in depth knowledge of the customs of the period. The pages are further adorned with the brilliant analysis of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik. His ideas are presented in a unique verbatim format to reflect the original energy with which they were presented.. Hardcover, 218 pages, full color

MOSAICA HAGGADAH

Mosaica Haggadah - Inspired by Bright Kids Hardcover

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Why is this Haggadah different from all other Haggadahs?

 

Join Rabbi Sender and Chamie Haber and their charming family at their Pesach Seder - and experience this special night with this most special educational Haggadah.

 

    Unique features include:
  • Real questions and insightful comments of dozens of bright and engaging students
  • Fascinating and meaningful short explanations by a world-class educator
  • Yocheved Nadell's delightful contemporary illustrations
  • Laminated pages to allow for easy use at the Seder table for many years

 

Year after year, Jews of all affiliations celebrate the Passover Seder surrounded by loved ones. Indeed, handing down the story of our people each year at the Pesach Seder transcends generations.

Rabbi Sender and Chamie's Passover Seders are known far and wide for being entertaining, interesting and unforgettable. The Mosaica Haggadah will inspire your family like never before.

Night of Beginnings: A Passover Haggadah

Night of Beginnings: A Passover Haggadah

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Night of Beginnings is a groundbreaking new haggadah for the Passover seder from acclaimed poet, translator, and liturgist Marcia Falk, beautifully designed and illustrated with original watercolor drawings by the author.

Unlike both traditional and new haggadahs, which do not contain a full recounting of the biblical story, Night of Beginnings presents the Exodus narrative in its entirety, providing a direct connection to the ancient origins of the holiday. This retelling highlights the actions of its female characters, including Miriam; Pharaoh's daughter, who adopts the baby Moshe; and the midwives Shifrah and Pu'ah, who save the Hebrew male infants. Falk's revolutionary new blessings, in Hebrew and English, replace the traditional, patriarchal seder blessings, and her kavanot--meditative directions for prayer--introduce a genre new to the seder ritual. Poems, psalms, and songs are arranged to give structural coherence to the haggadah. A new commentary raises interpretive questions and invites us to bring personal reflections into the discussion.

Like the author's widely acclaimed previous prayer books, The Book of Blessings and The Days Between, Falk's poetic blessings for the seder envision the divine as a Greater Whole of which we are an inseparable part. The inclusive language of Falk's blessings makes room for women to find and use their voices more full-throatedly than they were able to do with the male-centered prayers inherited from the early rabbis. Men, too, will encounter here a spiritually moving and thought-provoking experience.

Night to Remember

Night to Remember

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Sequel to A different night: the family participation Haggadah.
Passover Haggadah

Passover Haggadah

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Each generation is called to perform a Passover Seder, a ritual designed to help us imagine personally experiencing the exodus from Egypt. But how can we do this together, when today our tables include people of different backgrounds, knowledge, and beliefs? Let this Passover Haggadah be your guide.

Both proudly traditional and blazingly modern, it is a perfect blueprint for remembering the past, living in our present, and imagining the future. Here you'll find the entirety of the Seder text for those who don't want to miss a thing--including Hebrew, English, and a newly developed transliteration that makes the Hebrew surprisingly accessible. And, alongside, contemporary questions, illustrations, and meditations on freedom, community, destiny, and other topics that will engage the whole group in a lively and memorable discussion, especially once you've started in on those obligatory four cups of wine.

Passover Haggadah by Leonard Baskin

Passover Haggadah by Leonard Baskin

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This revolutionary, gender-sensitive Haggadah is written in lucid, contemporary language and contains a complete Passover home service, an extensive song section, and supplemental readings and meditations from which participants can choose during the course of the Seder. Stunning watercolor illustrations throughout.
PASSOVER HAGGADAH- DELUXE

PASSOVER HAGGADAH- DELUXE

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To reveal the meaning behind the myriad of the seder's details as we make our way through the Four Questions, the four cups of wine, the matzoh and the bitter herbs and read the Haggadah's ancient words. Layers of meaning unfold In this dynamic and inspiring text culled from all levels of Torah interpretation. We encounter an engaging, moving, and powerful message, immediately relevant to our own lives. This compilation by an established author and editor gives the reader a comprehensive and fundamental understanding of the Seder and of Passover. Anthologized from hundreds of commentators, classic to obscure, crowned with the insights culled from the classic Haggadah of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, set in elegant, two-color type with lively, original artwork, printed in a deluxe gift edition, and monumental, it sets a new standard for beauty, clarity, comprehensiveness and relevance and will sparkle on your Seder Table, the subject of conversation, as Passover's eternal messages come alive
Passover Haggadah- Silverman Revised 2013

Passover Haggadah- Silverman Revised 2013

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A New and enhanced edition of the widely-acclaimed Silverman Haggadah, with explanatory notes, historical commentary, newly re-edited contemporary readings and concise instructions. Now with transliteration of key blessings and songs.

Feast of Freedom; A Passover Haggadah

Passover Haggadah: The Feast of Freedom (English and Hebrew Edition) Paperback

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Bring new excitement to your seder. With the four sons represented as puzzle pieces and the plagues jumping from page to page, this haggadah will make a traditional orthodox seder more lively and enjoyable. All the commentary is in the illustrations so you can get right to the point in a haggadah that is both innovative and inspiring.

Redemption: Then and Now

Redemption: Then and Now

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Haggada with Essays and Commentary by Rabbi Benjamin Blech.