February 23, 2024 — new haggadot are on our floor.
• The Yedid Nefesh Haggadah, by Rabbi Josh Cahan, author of the acclaimed Yedid Nefesh bencher.
• and The Human Rights Haggadah, 3rd edition, by Rabbi Shlomo Levin, examines human rights issues as they come up in the retelling of the Exodus.
• and the Israeli Black Panthers Haggadah is back in stock.
Yedid Nefesh Haggadah
Early Reviews — from people who used the beta edition last year:
We loved it. Loved it! The overall feeling – both spoken and felt – was that the simplicity of it made for a much more deep and gratifying seder experience. We were able to jump off the page more, go deeper into our own questions, use the text and almost no supplementary pages, and it worked. It was really one of the best seders I’ve ever conducted. Kol hakavod!
— Rabbi Ilana Garber, Rabbinical Assembly
The transliteration was really helpful [for my daughter]. It was amazing to watch her use the haggadah and be able to access parts she has not been able to in the past and was so gratifying for her to be able to participate in the singing in a more full way. As a Hebrew reader, I appreciated that the transliteration was not obtrusive to me, but easily available to those who need it. Thank you so much for creating this haggadah, it will for sure fit a need for our family.
— Aviva S., Cambridge, MA
What makes a great haggadah? What makes a great seder? Haggadahs-R-Us has been answering that question since 1997, mostly with two haggadot by Noam Zion. The Family Participation Haggadah: A Different Night broke the mold of the American seder in 1997. It’s a full traditional haggadah, but no Maxwell House, no “Uncle Fred, it’s your turn to read a paragraph.” It starts with a “Bare Bones Basic” seder, the 30 minutes of stuff you have to do. But for each part, it offers short texts you can use to start lively discussions. And 20 versions of the Four Children, spanning 500 years! In 2007 we added A Night to Remember: The Haggadah of Contemporary Voices — a similar idea, but lavishly illustrated and full of voices that are living or recently living, activities for a children’s seder, or a seder focused on women’s issues, poetry, great stories, Israel & Holocaust, and more.
P.S. This is not a supermarket. We only sell stuff that we have used and love. A Different Night and A Night to Remember each come with a Seder Planner to help you pick the pieces that will make your seder lively and memorable, and different every year. And we offer large discounts if you buy 2 or more, even larger for orders of 10 or more. We have a haggadah for children, Richard Codor’s Joyous Haggadah, and one in Spanish, Una Noche de Libertad. And new: the Yedid Nefesh Haggadah and the Human Rights Haggadah.
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