Posted by Jackie Anzaroot
Passover is only two weeks away! For Passover book recommendations, check out our list of our Passover favorites as well as our list of children’s Passover books. Our longer Passover reading list can be found here.
For some more ideas on Haggadot to use, here are some that we’ve featured on our ProsenPeople blog over the years: the artistic Passover Haggadah by Dov Bleichfeld; In Every Generation, the JDC Haggadah; Alef Betty’s Urban Family Haggadah; and Slate’s highly condensed version of the Haggadah, “A Passover Service for the Impatient.” Also check out last week’s Visiting Scribe posts by Jan Aronson, where she discusses illustrating the new Bronfmann Haggadah.
If you’re still unsure about your choice of Haggadah or are looking to try something new, we’ve asked some of our readers about their choices for this year and the most popular Haggadah seems to be Jonathan Safran Foer and Nathan Englander’s The New American Haggadah. Other popular choices include the classic Maxwell House Haggadah, A Passover Haggadah: As Commented Upon by Elie Wiesel and Illustrated by Mark Podwal and A Night to Remember by Mishael and Noam Zion.
You can also take advantage of the offer at the top (and left) of this page for a 20% discount off of Sharing the Journey: The Haggadah for the Contemporary Family.