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My Haggadah: Made It Myself is home to the only DIY Family Haggadah for stylish and modern families. A great Haggadah for kids and creative adults. The original DIY family Haggadah, My Haggadah: Made it Myself is packed with nearly 40 pages of open-ended conversation and drawing prompts and stickers to do before, during, or after the seder. My Haggadah: Made It Myself creates the space and...
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This sports oriented Haggadah, written by Rabbi Sharon Forman and illustrated by Lisa Teitelbaum, portrays the story of the Exodus as a baseball game. By holding up the Exodus story next to the concept of a beloved national pastime, Rabbi Forman casts light on the Passover story in new and unexpected patterns with faithfulness to the contours of a traditional seder. Values taught at the seder,...
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A Hagaddah for Passover that is clear, concise, traditional but modern, spiritual, readable and downloadable over the Internet. "My satisfaction guarantee: If you're not happy with Internet Haggadah for any reason, email me for a full refund.". Since 2006, over 25,000 people have celebrated...
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Make your own personalized Haggadah for Passover this year. See how you can get started now! DipTwice provides you with the ability to design your own Haggadah through our proprietary photo book website. Upon entering the DipTwice website, you may add your own personal touches to the pages of a...
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The concise family haggadah created by Derrick Deutsch. 25 pages, featuring short responsive reading to ensure everyone participates for an enjoyable and meaningful seder. No more long-winded reading passages and no need to edit as you go. In just 23 pages, with illustrations on every page, the...
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Personalized Haggadahs for your Passover Seder! Each Haggadah can be personalize with a first or last name, and we have large print editions! The first night of Passover is April 22, 2016. Make your Seder special this year with a personalized Haggadah! Our Haggadot are high quality and appeal to children. This Haggadah is a great way to pass down our culture and traditions to the next...
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Personalized Haggadahs for your Passover Seder! Each Haggadah can be personalize with a first or last name, and we have large print editions! The first night of Passover is April 22, 2016. Make your Seder special this year with a personalized Haggadah! Our Haggadot are high quality and appeal to children. This Haggadah is a great way to pass down our culture and traditions to the next...
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Wellsprings of Freedom: The Renew Our Days Haggadah, brings a fresh perspective to a familiar tale. It tells the story in a “split screen” format as both the collective, historical journey of our people and the personal, inner journey. At 148 pages, the softcover, sewn bound, 7.5. Wellsprings of Freedom: The Renew Our Days Haggadah.
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An important new interpretation of Passover history. Interactive readings illuminate events in ancient Egypt for the first time. Seder rituals have heightened meaning -- as does our miraculous escape. Kid-friendly! The Maggid "Telling" is revolutionary -- and his Haggadah makes it all come to life, with readings echoing the past, while fully preserving our traditional rituals. Be assured the...
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The Kids Passover Fun Book leads kids through the Passover story with all sorts of games, puzzles, fill-ins, a maze, word games and tons of cartoons to color from The Santa Cruz Haggadah. They can use it to participate if they want to, or as distraction if they don't. Many people give these as Afikomen presents. The Santa Cruz Haggadah is used by Jews of all religious affiliations, knowledge...
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Download a free Passover Haggadah for a quick, easy and fun seder. This website serves one and only one purpose – that is to provide a free Haggadah to anyone who wants it. For those that are unfamiliar, a Haggadah is a book that provides the instructions and the script for conducting the Seder Service for the Jewish festival of Passover which occurs in the spring. Passover is a holiday...
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As discussed in the Introduction to the Exodus Haggadah, the author’s view is that the Seder is the time to engage in national, religious dinner theater, at which we tell our ancestors’ story – the story of the exodus from slavery to freedom – in a moving way. There are other times in which we can give vent to our cynicism, explain why we don’t believe in God, or why the Bible is inaccurate....
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"Colorful," "engaging," "thematic," "educational," and "FUN" describe this 98-sticker Passover Haggadah. Kids love to follow along with your seder as they place 98 Passover related stickers into place on their very own haggadah. Later, they can color the pages to recount the story of the Jews once again. Last year we were the talk of every seder table to which we were "invited." Our little book...
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Rhyming Haggadah author Stanley Kaish is professor emeritus of Rutgers University. In addition to writing witty stories and poems, Stanley’s primary literary output has been as the author of numerous works in the field of economics. He has also co-authored, with a holocaust survivor, an acclaimed book recounting that man’s harrowing experiences in Poland during the 1930's and 1940's. "The...
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While the main portions of the text of the Haggadah have remained mostly the same since their original compilation, there have been some additions after the last part of the text. Some of these additions, such as the cumulative songs "One Kid" ("חד גדיא") and "Who Knows One?" ("אחד מי יודע"), which were added sometime in the fifteenth century, gained such acceptance that they became a standard...
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Haggadahs have been used by Jewish people at their annual Passover Seders since at least the time of Maimonides in the 12th Century. Their central premise is that the Seder, while taking place in the home and not the synagogue, is still a religious function and that the participants are there because of their religious convictions. And so they are typically filled with lengthy prayers,...
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We sell four very outstanding haggadot: A Different Night classic and compact; A Night to Remember; and Richard Codor’s Joyous Haggadah. As always, our prices are way cheaper than Amazon for multiple copy orders (2 or more, 6 or more, depends which book). So you can look at the Amazon reviews, but come back here to buy! This site mostly sells haggadot — three of the best ones in the world, from...
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On-line resource for Jewish Soups and Jewish Recipes and Kosher Cooking. Besides the very popular dish of groats called krupnik, and many other grit soups, which are also common among non-Jews, there are still a number of soups which are more or less characteristically Jewish. The soup into which "kneidlach" (= "knoedel," dumplings) are put, is the dish used most often on Saturdays, holidays,...
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The Story Behind The Haggadah This haggadah grew out of my desire for a seder text which cherishes the tradition and also augments that tradition with contemporary poetry, moments of mindfulness, a theology of liberation, and sensitivity to different forms. Ben Yehuda Press, April 2016 This volume of contemporary liturgical poetry is both a poetry collection and an aid to devotional prayer....
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ALEPH: the Alliance for Jewish Renewal is a worldwide effort to fully embrace a contemporary egalitarian Judaism as a profound spiritual practice and social transformer, reaching beyond religious boundaries and institutional structures. Jewish Renewal is a transdenominational approach to revitalizing. The Story Behind The Haggadah This haggadah grew out of my desire for a seder text which...
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