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"The Student's Pesach Haggadah" is a new Haggadah with a new approach for students to learn the Pesach story. Students will append their thoughts to the commentaries of Rabbi Shmuel Jablon. RABBI JABLON first gives you his commentary throughout the Haggadah, which is based on the words of wisdom that he has heard or read from some of our great teachers. Afterwards, you can add your comments and thoughts. The more you add, the better ... to tell at your Seder table! This Haggadah includes English Commentaries with a complete Hebrew Haggadah. It is a perfect size for writing your own comments about Pesach.
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Studio: MAZO PUBLISHERS
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.5" Width: 7.5" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Feb 20, 2008
Publisher MAZO PUBLISHERS
ISBN 965734445X ISBN13 9789657344453
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YOUR Pesach Haggadah Feb 28, 2008
I am Rabbi Shmuel Jablon, and I have written this Haggadah commentary for YOU (Yes, really- YOU.). Like many Haggadot, it has- in addition to the full, traditional text (in Hebrew)- words of Torah commentary that I hope will inspire you. But this Haggadah also has room for YOUR words, thoughts and ideas. This gives you the opportunity to personalize the Haggadah.
I use this Haggadah with students (Grade 3 and up) as they have plenty of room to write notes and ideas. This is a very successful way that we are able to teach about the Pesach Haggadah and to make their Seder more inspiring. You can do the same thing at home. Prior to the Seder, you- or your children- can write notes and ideas to share with everyone. Consider purchasing a copy for every member of the family so that all can personalize their Seder experience while adding to the family's wisdom.
This is indeed YOUR Haggadah! With all best wishes for a Happy and Kosher Pesach, Rabbi Shmuel Jablon