by Mishael Zion & Noam Zion; art by Michel Kichka
9.5x8.75, 156p softcover, full color, laminated cover
single copy $18.95 2 or more $13.95
10 or more $11.95
This haggadah of contemporary voices follows the same model as A Different Night: a full traditional seder, with hundreds of ways to tailor the evening to make it work for your family, no matter what their ages or interest levels.
Contemporary contributors include novelists (Cynthia Ozick, Amos Oz, Toni Morrison, Milan Kundera, David Grossman, I.B. Singer, Philip Roth); Scholars and Rabbis (David Hartman, Aviva Zornberg, Arnold Eisen, J. B. Soloveitchik, Deborah Lipstadt, Yitz Greenberg, Emanuel Levinas, A.J. Heschel); Poets (Marge Piercy, Yehuda Amichai, Leonard Cohen; Leaders (Martin Luther King, David Ben-Gurion, Golda Meir, Natan Sharansky).
Free Seder Planner included with every purchase.
“An invaluable tool for promoting Jewish meaning and spirit in an age where we need this multi-vocal, richly textured, inspiring Haggadah” — Rabbi Naamah Kelman
“A necessary, fresh, and wonderful addition to the world of haggadot. Beautifully conceived and designed, it enlists contemporary voices in original ways to illuminate Judaism's oldest and most widely observed rituals.” — Rabbi Joseph Telushkin
New Spanish version of A Night to Remember
9.5x8.75, 144p softcover, full color
single copy $25.00 2 or more $20.00
All-Hebrew Israeli haggadah — This is the original version, published 2005
9.5x8.75, 168p hard cover, full color
single copy $25.00 2 or more $20.00
Contributors include: Yehuda Amichai, Avraham Shlonsky, Haim Guri, Ephraim Kishon, David Grossman, Amos Oz, Ariel Hirschfeld, Rav Yuval Sherlo, Rav Kook, Rav David Hartman, Michel Kichka, Dan Reisinger, Aliza Urbach, Zion Ozeri read more
A Different Night classic version
by Noam Zion and David Dishon
9.5x8.75, 180p softcover (12 pages full color), laminated cover
single copy $17.95 2 or more $12.95
10 or more $10.95
The “customizable” haggadah — enables you to fashion a seder that works for any age and interest level. Over 238,000 (both versions) sold worldwide in 14 years . . . free Seder Planner with every purchase!
Outstanding features include over 20 representations of the Four Children, from 1526 to 1995; Symposium section that offers easy ways to ring your guests into the task of leading the seder; and a LOT of Storytelling.
“A Different Night . . . is, seriously, fun for the whole family. Even the skeptical, irritable, and too-cool-for-school 22-year-old daughter.” — Tamar Fox on Jewcy.com
“This Haggadah offers a rich feast of story and insight for anyone's Seder table. It can be used year after year and remain fresh.” — Rabbi Harold Kushner
A Different Night compact version
by Noam Zion and David Dishon
9.5x8.75, 92p softcover (8 pages full color), laminated cover
single copy $10.95 6 or more $6.95
48 or more $5.95
The bargain price version of A Different Night — amazing deal for a synsgogue or school seder. Contains full traditional text, and most of the favorite features of A Different Night classic version. . . . free Seder Planner with every purchase, works with both versions.
“The perfect text for our synagogue seder. It has all the necessary ingredients: easy to follow and streamlined content, traditional Hebrew text, modern and gender sensitive translations, helpful transliterations, insightful and thought provoking explanations, and colorful artwork.” — Rabbi Jonathan Berkun, Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center, Aventura FL
“The Haggadah is terrific. It is accessible and easy to use. There is a wonderful balance of modern and traditional commentaries. We especially enjoyed the wonderful illustrations of the Four Children. We have used the Haggadah with many different audiences and it has been consistently well received.” — Rabbi Amy Wallk Katz, Congregation Beth Shalom, Overland Park, KS
read more Classic and Compact compared customer reviews on amazon Please note: There is one highly negative review which claims this is a children's book and does not offer the traditional seder text. Both are absolutely untrue.
Richard Codor's Joyous Haggadah
by Richard Codor and Liora Codor
8.5x11, 48p laminated softcover, full color
single copy $9.95 6 or more $8.95
A concise modern children's haggadah (very short seder if that's what you're looking for!), this is a great family haggadah for beginners or anyone who spends seder night with children. Illustrated in a cartoon style and written in a light humorous manner.
“No cartoonist can match Richard Codor for his whimsical sense of humor and his understanding of the Jewish world. His Haggadah promises to bridge the greatest divide in the Jewish world: between adults and children. ” — Alan M. Tigay, Executive Editor, Hadassah Magazine
“Jewish history wasn't this funny since Mel Brooks "2000 Year Old Man." Check out the Hebrew man tapping his foot nervously while waiting for the bread to rise in the convection oven while most of his tribe is already on the go. And, the little boy who just before crossing the Red Sea, stops to relieve himself near a cactus bush. And then there are the three Patriarchs (who knows three?) dancing the hora, and the four Matriarchs (who knows four?) doing the "walk like an Egyptian" move. My personal favorite is the Marx Brothers as the Four Sons - Groucho as the wise child and Harpo as the simple child. So why is this night different from all other nights? With this Haggadah on hand this night can be serious fun!” — Hai Knafo (reviewer on amazon.com)
A Passover Haggadah: Go Forth and Learn
by Rabbi David Silber with Rachel Furst
7x10, 230p soft cover
single copy $17.95
2 or more $14.95
2 or more $12.95
Two books in one: the Haggadah itself, in English and Hebrew, with his seder commentary and a collection of essays that provide close readings of the classic biblical and rabbinic texts that inform Seder-night ritual and narration. Both parts work beautifully together to illuminate the central themes of Passover: peoplehood, Covenant, our relationship to ritual, God's presence in history, and other important issues that resonate with us all.
“Silber's format engages people in the study of the Haggadah before and during the Passover holiday, at their leisure; and it provides a useful resource right at the seder table.” — Rabbi Nathaniel Helfgot, Chair, Departments of Bible and Jewish Thought, Yeshivat Chovevei Torah
“Silber's scholarship is solid and accessible, and will appeal to a range of Jewishly literate readers seeking to better understand and appreciate the richness of the Haggadah text.” — Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell, Worship Specialist, Union for Reform Judaism