The kids are grown, now what?: Passover Haggadot

Monday, April 18, 2016

Passover Haggadot

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Maxwell House Passover Haggadah


Who remembers the Maxwell House Passover Haggadah? Doing a little research, I found out that they are still available and you can find them online for only $2.00 for shipping and handling for each Haggadah ordered! Apparently the most recent update to the Maxwell House Haggadah happened in 2011. (I found mine on ebay about 10 years ago.) What Jewish household is complete without one?



I love Haggadot. I collect them. I get a new one each year because the story of our escape from slavery in Egypt remains the same, what we can learn from it and how it relates to what is happening in our world today changes. A new Haggadah means a new perspective. I found some interesting Haggadot on Amazon that I thought you might appreciate and you can order today and still get them in time for your first Seder!

The New American Haggadah


The New American Haggadah is entirely in English and currently free for Kindle! It's a 30 minute service so nobody will go hungry! LOL!



New American Haggadah by one of my favorite authors, Jonathan Safran Foer is in Hebrew with English Translations and includes essays by many Jewish authors.


A Family Haggadah Allows you to get the kids involved in your Seder. This Haggadah is in Hebrew with English Translations as well as Hebrew to English Transliteration. There are songs as well as essays and is only $4.95 for the paperback!

A Passover Haggadah

A Passover Haggadah with comments by Elie Wiesel and illustrations by Mark Podwal is also a part of my collection and I hope it will become part of yours as well. This is in Hebrew with English translation and includes commentary that relates to the world today.

Tell me what Haggadah you and your family use.

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