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  1. Essential Feldheim Haggadah

    Essential Feldheim Haggadah

    $2.50

    The Essential Feldheim Haggadah is just that – an elegant, basic haggadah for the whole family. Easy to use, handy, with large, clear type and printed on water-resistant chrome paper, it is the perfect haggadah for any group setting. Side-by-side English translation and full instructions include everything from bi’ur chametz to Shir HaShirim. The beautiful unique layout and slim, stay-open format will fit right on your Seder table as it perpetuates our glorious tradition. Learn More
  2. The Nesivos Haggadah, with commentary Maaseh Nissim by the Nesivos HaMishpat

    The Nesivos Haggadah, with commentary Maaseh Nissim by the Nesivos HaMishpat

    $12.50

    What are the underlying concepts of the Pesach Seder, which has taken place in Jewish homes for over two thousand years?

    Are there fundamental precepts which run like a thread throughout the myriad of detailed clarifications of each line of the Haggadah?

    The Nesivos Haggadah elucidates these central tenets, and reveals the crucial basics of Yetzias Mitzrayim as the source of the eternal bond between HaKodosh Boruch Hu and His beloved Klal Yisroel. Masterfully translated by Rabbi Michoel Miller zt"l for his family and talmidim, this new edition is for the wider public, so that these vital principles can be implanted further and help you- and every Jew- grow in emunah on the Seder night.

    Rabbi Yaakov Lorberbaum (1760-1832), great-grandson of the Chacham Tzvi, was one of the leading halachic authorities of his generation. Chief Rabbi of Lissa, Poland, and author of Nesivos Hamishpat on Shulchan Aruch, Choshen Mishpat, he is more popularly known as the "Lissa Rav" or "Ba'al HaNesivos". Among his many works are Chavas Daas on Yoreh Deah, Toras Gittin, Derech Chaim, and his commentary on the Haggadah, Maaseh Nissim. Learn More

  3. The Alshich Haggadah

    The Alshich Haggadah

    $19.00

    The Alshich did not write a specific commentary on the Haggadah; however, in his vast body of writings, he explains many of its ideas and themes. In this adaptation, we study the Haggadah as the Alshich understood it. Utilizing his unique method of asking stimulating questions on which he focuses his commentary, the Alshich combines the classic teachings of the Sages with his own insights and often presents a truly original approach to the questions posed.

    Questions such as: how can we integrate the hidden message of the order of the Seder into our daily living? Why does the Seder experience begin with an invitation to strangers to join us at our meal? What is the thread that connects all the questions of the Four Sons? Why does the Haggadah place such emphasis on Rabbi Yehudah's three-word acronym of the Ten Plagues? These are a small sample of the queries and comments addressed in this fascinating commentary.

    More works have been written on the Haggadah than almost any other book in Torah literature — and rightly so. Every Seder is enriched by the presence of commentary after commentary, insight after insight, interpretation after interpretation. With the publication of this edition, English readers who have difficulty with scholarly Hebrew commentaries can see for themselves why the Alshich is considered one of the greatest of Torah expositors and why his commentary ranks amongst the seventy authentic ways to understand Torah. The Alshich's multi-faceted commentary provides thought-provoking questions and comments, together with novel insights and answers, in ample measure.

    Who was the Alshich?

    Rabbi Moshe Alshich (1508-1600), reverently referred to as HaAlshich HaKadosh (the Holy Alshich), was a dayan on the Tzefas Beis Din (Rabbinical Court) of Rabbi Yosef Caro, author of the Shulchan Aruch. He was also an early mentor of the Kabbalist Rabbi Chaim Vital. Although the Alshich wrote many halachic responsa, he is most noted for his Tanach commentary, based primarily on his regular Shabbos sermons. This monumental work has been hailed by more than four centuries of Torah scholars as one of the greatest expositions ever written on Scripture. In it, he expounds on complicated passages, answering fundamental questions of faith and Jewish belief. The Alshich uses his creative insight and his encyclopedic knowledge of Tanach, Talmud and Midrash to weave together his profound interpretations of Tanach. Studying Torah, Nevi’im and Kesuvim, by the bright light of the Alshich’s commentary will warm the heart and illuminate the mind of every reader, from the nascent newcomer to the advanced talmid chacham. No less a personage than the Arizal, who would attend the Alshich’s Shabbos derashos, described the Alshich’s commentary as possessing אַחַת מִׁשִבְעִים פָּנִים בַּתּוֹרָה , one of just seventy authentic ways to understand Torah — a rare accolade indeed.

    From the Approbations

    Rabbi Avie Gold has masterfully selected and translated the Alshich’s illuminating interpretations and deep insights of the verses in the Torah that refer to yetzias Mitzrayim and the Seder night. These have been written in a lucid, pleasing English and will undoubtedly augment and enhance the readers’ concept and understanding of the Haggadah, thus enriching the Seder and Pesach experience overall.

    —Dayan Menachem Gelley, Rosh London Beis Din / Rav of Beis Hamedrash Ohr Chodosh

    Studying the Haggadah as interpreted by the Alshich will shed new light on its lessons, and will illustrate how the holy words of Chazal have their foundations in the verses of Tanach, and will reveal the depth, beauty, and power of our traditions…This will undoubtedly enhance the English readers’ understanding of the miracles of the Exodus …

    —Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky Rosh Yeshiva, Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia

    This work will be a vital aid to those to whom the Hebrew text is not an option. It will also aid those who can read the original, but to whom English is not their mother tongue, and it will help clarify and make the words of the Alshich even more alive and understandable.

    —Rabbi Zev Leff, Rav of Moshav Matityahu

    Rabbi Avie Gold has skillfully translated and presented the commentary of Rabbi Alshich to our English-speaking generation in this book. He has done so with faithfulness to the text and clarity and insight in its translation. This Haggadah is therefore worthy of being on one’s Seder table, and its profound insights should provide for great discussion and intellectual stimulation on the holy night of Pesach.

    —Rabbi Berel Wein, Historian, author, and international lecturer Learn More

  4. March of Centuries Haggada, From Mitzrayim to Moshiach

    March of Centuries Haggada, From Mitzrayim to Moshiach

    $21.95

    The March of Centuries: From MItzrayim to Moshiach is much more than a Haggada. Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg weaves together seamlessly all the elements of the Seder night — its profound insights, halachos, and inspiring lessons — with an easy-to-read style. Engaging and enlightening, it brings alive the experience of Yetzias Mitzrayim through in-depth analysis of the Haggada's message, sprinkled with parables and true stories. Rabbi Ginsburg's thoughtful commentary guides us in our steady march towards the future redemption. The accessible and clearly written halachic discussions offer practical guidance on how to properly fulfill the mitzvos of the Pesach Seder, while the essay section presents additional pathways toward a deeper understanding of the meaning of Pesach.

    Approbation:

    “Rabbi Ginsburg presents a flowing commentary to the Pesach seder from beginning to end, combining halachic, hashkafic, and practical direction. His commentaries and explanations are culled from a plethora of traditional and current sources as well as insightful observations of his own. I found this haggada and guide to the seder informative, interesting, and inspiring. I recommend it to all those who want to enhance their family seder in a very meaningful manner.”

    —Rabbi Zev Leff Learn More

  5. Haggadah Touched by Our Story

    Haggadah Touched by Our Story

    $22.95

    The Haggadah. It’s our story. Let's make sure we tell it well.

    Seder night commemorates the greatest true story of all time — the night when Hashem, in His splendor, came down Himself, personally, to liberate His People, the Jews. It is the night of our miracles and our liberation.

    It's the night of our stories.

    Rabbi Yechiel Spero — acclaimed educator, erudite Torah scholar and, of course, gifted storyteller — tells some of those stories in this engaging new Haggadah that is certain to enhance our sedarim.

    In his many bestselling books, Rabbi Spero does a masterful job of bringing Torah insights to life through unusual stories. Touched by Our Story includes his wide-ranging, stimulating commentary on the Haggadah and, of course, Rabbi Spero's trademark true stories. The Four Sons come to life, in tales like that of the rosh yeshiva who played "jacks" with a youngster or the gadol ha'dor who insisted a yeshiva change its language to accommodate two students who genuinely wanted to learn. We hear what the Klausenberger Rebbe had to say at a seder not long after his liberation, and are amazed at the connection between the plague of Frogs and the remarkable survival of two victims of a ghastly terror attack.

    Enlightening, engaging and eye-opening, this is a Haggadah that will ensure a lively, meaningful and enjoyable seder for us, our guests, and — most important of all — our children, the next generation to tell the stories. Learn More

  6. The Hyper-Modern Ancient With-It Traditional Haggadah

    The Hyper-Modern Ancient With-It Traditional Haggadah

    $29.95

    We believe the Haggadah should make sense and the seder should be loads of fun. We want people to come away from their seder seeing their Jewishness in a whole new way, inspired to do more, and smiling—big smiles. So we've provided a translation that speaks to people and opens up the structure of the Haggadah. We've written the instructions in a friendly voice. And we've included loads of fun cartoons that will keep you laughing and help you identify with the story. This Expanded Edition includes more pictures and commentary. It is an Impressive Gift! Learn More
  7. Let's Go Free with Miri & Tzvi, Children's Haggadah

    Let's Go Free with Miri & Tzvi, Children's Haggadah

    $19.00

    With illustrations based on Torah, Midrash and commentries that help children experience the journey from slavery to redemption

    Join Miri and Tzvi for an up-close look at the trials and miracles experienced by our forefathers in Egypt. Forty-eight full-color illustrations, drawn according to the Torah, Midrash, and their commentaries, come together with the beautifully arranged, fully translated Haggadah text to bring alive the story of yetzias Mitzrayim. Complete with annotated sources and a fun “hiding” chameleon, this Haggadah keeps children involved Seder night from Kadeish until Chad Gadya — and makes them feel as if they themselves are going out of Egypt! Learn More

  8. Maaseh Berebbe - מעשה ברבי

    Maaseh Berebbe - מעשה ברבי

    $21.00

    Maaseh Berebbe - מעשה ברבי

    סיפורים על הרבי מליובאוויטש לאור ההגדה Learn More

  9. The Redemption Haggadah, Commentary of the Dubno Maggid

    The Redemption Haggadah, Commentary of the Dubno Maggid

    $19.00

    The Redemption Haggadah, Commentary of the Dubno Maggid

    Throughout Jewish history, there have been many Maggidim, but the greatest of all was R' Yaakov Kranz, the Maggid of Dubno. His inspired parables and stories would bring his fellow Jews - from simple villagers to renowned Torah scholars - to draw closer to their Father in Heaven. The Maggid of Dubno's written words are also blessed with the power to impart his great wisdom and love of Torah. We are pleased to present this special Haggadah which contains the Maggid's commentary published for the first time in English, alongside facing pages in the original. Learn More

  10. My First Haggadah

    My First Haggadah

    $14.50

    My First Haggadah

    With all the many Haggadahs out there for adults and older kids, not much is available for our very young children. Now, at long last, our little ones have a Haggadah of their own.

    In My First Haggadah, the story of Yetzias Mitzrayim is told over by way of lots of beautiful pictures, and just a bit of explanatory text.

    Your child will beam with pride at the Pesach Seder with My First Haggadah at his or her side! Learn More

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