Welcome to the Seder: A Passover Haggadah for Everyone

Illustrator:
Rinat Gilboa
Celebrate Passover with traditional seder texts as well as poems, readings, and stories that acknowledge, value, and include the diverse backgrounds of seder participants today.
In stock
SKU:
1974
ISBN:
9780874419740
Product Type:
Printed Material
Grade Level:
FAM
$8.95

Full access to all the current digital modules for 12 months. This digital companion to the groundbreaking Hebrew in Harmony program invites students to learn to sing and pray in Hebrew, as well as read, explore, and interpret prayer text. Matching student journals sold separately.

This universal app is usable on all devices: tablets, smartphones, or laptops. 

Each of individual prayer modules comes with its own videos, downloadable music, Hebrew reading and recording options, games, and much more. Musical hosts Eliana Light and Noah Aronson help students dive into the prayer words, melodies and meaning. Each prayer has 5 sections in the digital companion:

Learn - Introduces each prayer, and students can then choose whether to learn more about the prayer or sing along.

Practice - Learners can read word by word, record themselves, and compare their reading with either an Israeli or American pronunciation.

Explore - Focuses on key Hebrew roots and modern Hebrew words that share that root. Students cabn personalize their prayer pages with emojis, videos, and awards they’ve received. They can also hear different musical versions of the prayer and add that music to their personal prayer page.

Quiz-It  - Students can answer questions and test their prayer knowledge.

Melody Game - Match syllables to build prayer words, then connect those words to form the prayer. Takes place in a matza factory and fully formed words turn into matza balls.

The full digital access includes 12-month digital licenses to: 
  • Avot V'imahot
  • Bar'chu
  • Birchot Shalom
  • B'rachot
  • G’vurot
  • Havdalah
  • K’dushah
  • Kiddush
  • L’chah Dodi
  • Ma'ariv Aravim/Yotzer Or
  • Mah Nishtanah
  • Mi Chamocha
  • Shalom Aleichem
  • Sh'ma
  • V’ahavta   

*Student journals sold separately. 

Take a look at Hebrew in Harmony here

Welcome to the Seder

by Rabbi Kerry Olitzky

Perfect for:

  • An inclusive, welcoming seder
  • Guests from a variety of backgrounds and experiences
  • Guests who have never attended a seder before

Description:

  • 64 color pages in a paperback edition
  • 60-minute seder
  • English text with blessings in Hebrew and transliteration

Special features:

  • Seder checklist
  • Explanations of unusual additions to the seder plate
  • Clear directions for leaders and participants
  • Vibrant, inspirational, and mindful artwork
  • Multicultural connections throughout the text
  • A sensitive portrayal of The Four Children
  • Questions for discussion
  • Reflective passages by a variety of different contributors

The Family (and Frog!) Haggadah

by Karen Rostoker-Gruber and Rabbi Ron Isaacs

Perfect for:

  • Families with young children
  • Multigenerational families
  • People hosting a seder for the first time

Description:

  • 64 color pages in a paperback edition
  • 30-45 minute seder
  • English text with blessings in Hebrew and transliteration

Special Features:

  • A traditional seder, with a new injection of fun to keep children engaged
  • Large format for easy reading
  • Beautiful Passover artwork
  • Gender-sensitive language
  • Lively retelling of the Passover story
  • Oh, and Frog.
by Dena Neusner

Perfect for:
  • Families with children of all ages
  • Intergenerational seders
  • Those new to hosting Passover
Description:
  • 48 color pages
  • 30-60 minute seder
Special Features:
  • Quick and easy to follow
  • Planning guide included
  • Links to additional resources and recipes online
  • Seder transliterated Hebrew encourages participation
  • Hebrew provided for all blessings
by Rebecca Redner

Perfect for:
  • Families with children of varying abilities and disabilities
  • Families with children of all ages

Description:

  • More than 70 vibrant photographs of children of all abilities and disabilities participating in seder
  • Presents over 150 picture communication symbols developed by Mayer-Johnson™
  • 30-minute seder

Special Features:

  • Easy to hold
  • Respectful to all participants
  • Mayer-Johnson™ is the leading creator of symbol-adapted special education materials to assist individuals in overcoming their speech, language, and learning challenges
by Elie Gindi

Perfect for:
  • Families with young children
  • Congregational seders
Description:
  • 40 color pages
  • 30-45 minute seder
Special Features:
  • Large format, open layout
  • Quick and easy to follow
  • Plagues illustrated in a light-hearted, child-friendly way
  • Includes The Frog Song and Bang, Bang, Bang
  • Transliteration of all blessings and songs encourages participation
  • Some Hebrew provided
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A Family Haggadah
by Rabbi Dr. John Levy and Naomi Tippett

Perfect for:
  • Families with elementary school children
  • Model seders
  • Congregational seders
Description:
  • 64 color pages
  • Flexible time commitment --Vary the length of your seder from 30 minutes to 2 hours
Special Features:
  • Illustrated with beautiful collages and flowers created by schoolchildren
  • Annotations explain the rituals to foster understanding
  • Optional discussion questions
  • Hebrew provided throughout
  • Blessings transliterated
  • Ten pages of songs, with Hebrew, English, and transliteration
  • Companion website lets you hear the songs
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by Mordecai Kaplan, Eugene Kohn, and Ira Eisenstein

Perfect for:
  • Teens, young adults, adults
  • Youth group, college group seders
  • Interfaith seders
  • Those who prefer a gender-neutral haggadah that includes some modern rituals
Description:
  • 112 black and white pages
  • 90-minute seder

Special Features:

  • Revised and updated version of reconstructionist classic The New Haggadah
  • Broad themes of slavery and freedom in modern as well as biblical times
  • Unique American view of the Passover liberation theme
  • Vignettes of Jews during the Civil War, the Civil Rights movement, and Operation Exodus
  • 20 pages of songs, including Who Knows One
  • Hebrew throughout
  • Some blessings and songs transliterated

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by Chaim Stern

Perfect for:
  • Adults
  • Those who prefer a traditional seder
Description:
  • 128 black and white pages
  • 90+ minute seder
Special Features:
  • Traditional seder
  • Over 130 commentaries, quotes, and anecdotes--with their sources--to foster discussion
  • Clearly marked sections help you shorten the service
  • Music for 16 blessings and songs allow musical accompaniment
  • Hebrew throughout, often matched line-by-line with English translation
  • Songs and selected blessings transliterated
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 Want to practice the Four Questions before Passover? You can do it on your mobile device with iMahNishtanah. Download from the App Store.