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 Hag­gadahOth­er 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.

Jack­ie Anza­root is a grad­u­ate of Brook­lyn Col­lege with degrees in Eng­lish and Lin­guis­tics. She has held intern­ships at Simon & Schus­ter and is cur­rent­ly intern­ing at the Jew­ish Book Council.