Item description for The Artscroll Children's Haggadah (ArtScroll Youth) by Shmuel Blitz...
Shmuel Blitz and his brilliant childrens books never cease to amaze. This is his seventh book -- and they just seem to get better and better. This time, he puts his talents to the task of creating a Childrens Haggadah, and the result is one that will be enjoyed by child and grown-up alike. Specifically written for children ages 4-8, the full Hebrew text of the Haggadah is accompanied by a child-oriented, yet accurate English translation. There are clear, precise instructions that will guide the child through every stage of the Seder. And, each page contains a box that provides additional information about the Pesach narrative for the interested youngster.
The breathtaking, full-color illustrations make the story come alive this Haggadah will be an invaluable addition to your childs Seder (and to yours)!
Full color soil resistant laminated cover.
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Studio: Mesorah Publications, Limited
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.05" Width: 7.82" Height: 0.27" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 2000
Publisher Mesorah Publications, Limited
ISBN 1578191378 ISBN13 9781578191376
Reviews - What do customers think about The Artscroll Children's Haggadah (ArtScroll Youth)?
Will hold kid's attention!! Apr 8, 2005
This is a great Haggadah for children. Even though it is designed for children it is a complete Haggadah with translation (no transliteration). The pictures are colorful and plentiful. My pre-reading daughter loves to follow along with the seder because she knows where we are and the pictures tell her what is happening. They give her something to look at while the adults are droning on in Hebrew. I got this for her several weeks before Pessach and we took it out about 3 or 4 times to talk about various parts of the seder. I let her choose what to discuss by letting her ask questions about the pictures. There are questions on every page that expound on the seder rituals or Haggadah or Passover story. I also recommend this work for adults.