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A Children's Haggadah Paperback – February 15, 1994

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

  • Paperback: 72 pages
  • Publisher: CCAR Press (February 15, 1994)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0881230596
  • ISBN-13: 978-0881230598
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #628,449 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Paperback
This haggadah gets right to the heart of the Exodus. Children and adults alike will enjoy the retelling of the story. If you are used to having boring seders, that no one understands, this haggadah will change all of your upcoming passovers!
This haggadah does have hebrew throughout, with the English translation directly underneath. It also has all the great songs of Passover, with the music as well.
This is a very special haggadah. We can hardly wait for next year
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Format: Paperback
Our children are 4, 6, and 10. This Haggadah is terrific for all of them. It is beautifully illustrated. It has all of the traditional elements of a seder presented in a way that kids can understand, and also will enable you to get through the seder on a brief enough timeline to get the point across within a child's attention span. The book is entirely in English, but also shows Hebrew words for things in the seder and Hebrew blessings.
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We fell in love with this Haggadah. Our three year old was very interested in hearing the story in terms she could understand, the text refers to slavery in terms of not being able to go to movies, school, etc. We added playgroups, no treats, and so on. She loved the illustrations and was able to stay interested throughout the book. We look forward to using it this year for our seder. I beleive young children will be able to stay interested in this haggadah much longer than a traditional one. I don't think it is realistic to expect children three to five to be able to sit for an hour of anything. This book should make our evening flow nicely and fun for everyone. The text is not so simplistic that Parents would not enjoy it as much as the children.
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Format: Hardcover
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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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.
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