"Very attractive in its design, this small, square book, with its dust jacket photo of a gorgeous page from the 15th century Darmstadt haggadah, would make a unique and appreciated Seder gift (to yourself or for your host). And if you're looking for an afikoman gift for a teenager, this is an excellent choice." --The Chicago Jewish Star
"This attractive book is sure to add multicultural joy to any Seder." --The Jewish Week (New York)
"This lovely little illustrated book takes readers on a tour through the Jewish Diaspora -- from Persia to France, from Sweden to China, from South Africa to Brazil -- introducing us to far-flung Jewish communities and their unique accents and characteristics. A wonderful gift for those hosting your Seder this year." --Berkshire Jewish Voice
"Anyone interested in the rich and fascinating history of Jewish culture will find something to treasure here. Perhaps the best audience for Kurshan's book, though, are those young people who are ready to ask more than just the traditional Four Questions of Passover, ready to explore their people's abundant and diverse, troubling and rewarding history." --Bookpage
"I love this Passover book. Ilana Kurshan provides insights into the Jewish dispersion around the world [and] Rabbi Joseph Telushkin has a hilarious introduction in which he throws in a few Ma Nishtana [Four Questions] jokes. Seder attendees -- I recommend that you purchase this book and bring it to your Seders." --myJewishbooks.com
"This fascinating gem of a book is a welco...