Let’s take an imaginary visit to a group of Jewish homes on seder night. The Roth’s seder lasts for hours, while the Sheinfeld family keeps it short. The Cohens emphasize deep divrei Torah, while the Levis tell the story in simple terms that the children enjoy. The Mermelsteins have been gathering together for generations, while the newly-observant Hersh family is making the seder for the very first time. Different as they are, the goal of all these seders is the same: to celebrate the miracles, the Exodus, and our becoming Hashem’s People. Because people have different kinds of seders – and because they share the goal of making seder night memorable and meaningful — ArtScroll has more than 40 Haggadahs, for every need and every family.
Here’s a sampling:
The Family Haggadah by Rabbi Nosson Scherman: With more than a million copies in print, this is the most popular haggadah of all time. Its flowing translation, elegant graphics, clear instructions and economical price makes it a perennial favorite.
The Schottenstein Edition Interlinear Haggadah by Rabbi Menachem Davis: Using the unique, patented interlinear format, this haggadah enables readers to see the original Hebrew and English translation simultaneously.
The Seif Edition Transliterated Linear Haggadah by Rabbi Nosson Scherman: The line by line transliteration, accompanied by translation, allows those less familiar with Hebrew to fully participate in the seder.
The Children’s Haggadah by Shmuel Blitz: Written for children ages 4-10 (and adults love it too!), the full Hebrew text of the Haggadah is accompanied by a child-oriented yet accurate English translation. Includes fascinating facts, easy-to-understand instructions, and breathtaking illustrations.
The Illustrated Youth Haggadah: Perfect for ages 6 and up, this popular haggadah features gorgeous full color pictures, simplified translation and instructions, and kid-friendly comments to enhance young people’s seder experience.
The Vilna Gaon Haggadah: Written by Rabbeinu Avraham, the Vilna Gaon’s son, this haggadah, translated by Rabbi Yisrael Herczeg, clarifies the major themes of the night through the unique approach of the Vilna Gaon.
The Abarbanel Haggdah adapted by Rabbi Yisrael Herzceg: The great fifteenth century scholar, Abarbanel, combines the classic teachings of the Sages with his own penetrating insights, driving home the relevance of the Haggadah for his day — and ours.
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