We believe the Haggadah should make sense and the seder should be loads of fun. We want people to come away from their seder seeing their Jewishness in a whole new way, inspired to do more, and smiling—big smiles. So we've provided a translation
Haggadah is the most commonly printed Jewish book. You’ll be greeted by Haggadah offering unique commentary, illustrations and translations. The Haggada is the book that is used during the Seder on Passover eve. The Haggadah is more than a user’s guide throughout the Passover meal.
Comes with formatting and titling of sections in order to bring the structure and flow of the seder alive. Available in hardcover or spiral bound, the Haggadah contains Hebrew texts alongside an accurate translation into English. The Haggada is more than a user’s guide throughout the Passover meal. It engages us in a dynamic experience, giving us the sense to explore history, starting from the first Jew, Abraham, and leading us to the Exodus from Egypt.
If you want to have a Haggada for every participant in your Seder so that everyone can follow along; perfect idea for gifting your friends, colleagues, family members. Even you can buy in bulk to sell it in your local judiac stores.that speaks to people and opens up the structure of the Haggadah. We've written the instructions in a friendly voice. And we've included loads of fun cartoons that will keep you laughing and help you identify with the story. This Edition includes more pictures and commentary. It is an Impressive Gift!
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Tzvi Freeman was born in Vancouver, Canada, where he became involved at an early age in Yoga, Tao and radical politics. In 1970, he was a founding member of Total Education, an alternative high school. In 1975, he left a career as a classical guitarist and composer to study Talmud and Jewish mysticism for nine years. He received rabbinical ordination at the Lubavitch Central Yeshiva in New York and completed post-graduate studies at the Rabbinical College of Canada.