A Night To Remember:
of Contemporary Voices
by Mishael Zion and Noam Zion
9.5x8.75, 156 pages softcover, full color
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If you want a lively seder, start with a lively haggadah!
And this one is lively. Full-color, great original illustration, hundreds of commentaries, stories, small inspirations to make your seder “work” for everyone at the table. Features include:
Table Talk. Bring this haggadah to the table and turn your Seder into a lively exchange of ideas. Full of triggers for reflection and discussion.
A Seder with a Smile. Enjoy the clever illustrations by internationally acclaimed Israeli artist Michel Kichka.
Stories for all Ages. The Exodus is retold in art, activities and games that capture the imagination of children, teens and adults and lead them on a spiritual journey.
Inclusive Language and Content. Insights come from Jews of all denominations, religious and secular, as well as non-Jews.
Wisdom from the Four Sons and the Four Daughters. Social Conscience, from Moses to Martin Luther King. Discover contemporary stories of liberation and social action from Egypt to Los Angeles.
User Friendly. Whether you make your Seder short or long, here are numerous suggestions for making it more interesting, interactive and accessible. New English translations and clear explanations make the novice as well as the veteran feel at home.
Contributors Include . . .
Novelists: Cynthia Ozick — Amos Oz — Toni Morrison — Milan Kundera — David Grossman — I.B. Singer — Philip Roth Scholars & Rabbis: David Hartman — Aviva Zornberg — Arnold Eisen — J.B. Soloveitchik — Deborah Lipstadt — Irving (Yitz) Greenberg — Emanuel Levinas — A.J. Heschel Poets: Marge Piercy — Yehuda Amichai — Leonard Cohen Leaders: Martin Luther King — David Ben Gurion — Golda Meir — Natan Sharansky
PLUS: Expanded Seder Planner featuring . . .
full guide to a seder for any age group from pre-school to adult — PLUS: itineraries for a children’s seder — women’s seder — storyteller’s seder — or a seder featuring great speeches — words of wisdom — beautiful poems — Israel and Holocaust themes — discussions and spiritual exercises — great illustrations and photography.