A haggadah is the “script” for the Passover seder. There is a wide variety of haggadot—from traditional ones to those that are perfect for young children to those that have a contemporary feel.
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Listed below are a few special haggadot from the collection of one of our local Jewish educators.
- The Agam Haggadah with drawings by the noted Israeli artist Yaacov Agam, noted for his Kinetic Art style.
- The (Unofficial) Hogwarts Haggadah with commentary and questions by Moshe Rosenberg. (Yes, Hogwarts as in Harry Potter!)
- A Night of Questions: A Passover Haggadah, edited by Rabbi Joy Levitt and Rabbi Michael Strassfeld.
- A Passover Haggadah with commentary by the late author Elie Wiesel with illustrations by Mark Podwal.
- Passover Haggadah Graphic Novel by Jordan Gorfinkel and Ere Zadok (great for youth and yes, it’s in a graphic novel format)
- The Szyk Haggadah. A traditional Haggadah with illustrations by the Polish-Jewish artist who during WWII created anti-Nazi caricatures that were widely published in the U.S.