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A Children's Haggadah

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This unique Haggadah designed especially for young people is a delighful asset to any seder table-at home, in religious schools or at community centers.

Text: English, Hebrew (translation) Original Language: Hebrew

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Book details

  • PDF | 72 pages
  • CCAR Press; Second Printing edition (January 25, 1994)
  • English
  • 7
  • Religion & Spirituality

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  • By Ejcl Isaacs on May 25, 2016

    An excellent Hagaddah for all ages. Engages the young and prompts duscussion among the older ones ... Thank you

  • By julier on March 4, 2009

    I've used many Haggadah's over the years, and this is my favorite. It is fun for people of all ages unless you are orthodox. If you are not, and are looking for a fun seder, this has just the right amount of ceremony and songs. The pictures are beautiful. My family typically gets through it in about 25 minutes before dinner with another 10 minutes after dinner. It includes the Passover story, washing of the hands, lighting the candles, the four cups of wine, the four questions, the explaining of the Passover symbols, going over the famous plagues, dipping the bitter herbs, opening the door for Elijah, eating the charoses and matzah, and the hunting down of the matzah after the dinner. There are the traditional songs as well. People who have come to my seders often have purchased copies themselves for their homes too. We started using this Haggadah when my kids were young, but we're still using it now that they are teenagers. We're an interfaith family with lots of people who often come to our seders for their first Passover. This Haggadah has always fit our needs.

  • By K. Caster on May 23, 2007

    It has the advantage of telling the story using concise details, without all the fluffy language that loses most people.We originally bought this version for our children, age 6 & 8. As it turns out, the rest of the family preferred it over the other book we had been using. The adults (including the 84 year old grandpa of the family), who have been going to seders their entire lives, said they actually learned some new things from this version.

  • By MASE on October 27, 2003

    Our 11 and 6 year old grandchildren love this Haggadah. They are able to follow the order of the Seder and the Passover story. A note for the reviewer who stated "Well it does not mention Moses at all." In fact, Moses is not mentioned in any traditional Haggadah. This is deliberate because the Jewish people are discouraged from treating Moses as a diety.

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