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Created by early childhood educator and award-winning composer Carol Boyd Leon, Dayenu! A Passover Haggadah for Families and Children is a joyous telling of the Passover story the whole family can enjoy.
The Rabbis in the Mishna quoted by the Hagaddah mandated that in every generation each person should view himself/herself as if he/she just came out of Egypt.
This Haggada is based on one of the oldest extant haggadot in the world: the Bird's Head Haggada from the late 13th century, now in the collection of the Israel Museum.
he Koren Illustrated Haggada reflects two of the core goals of the Pesach seder: to participate in tradition and to derive personal meaning from a collective history.
This Haggadah, revised for 2007, reflects the author’s desire to share a meaningful Seder that resonated with universal themes and a view of Oneness of the universe and of the Divine.
New York Times bestselling authors and journalists Cokie and Steve Roberts share their Passover traditions in this engaging version of the Haggadah for couples and families of mixed faiths.
4.5” cermaic salt water dish. Half earth tone half turquoise, with “Salt water” written in Hebrew on outside lip.
Glazes vary slightly with each piece.
8-3/4 x 11
Description: Curvy glass lines and highlights of dichroic glass gracefully enhance this piece.
16-3/4 x 7-1/2 seder plate on 2.5” stand.
The Celestial pattern is created by incorporating copper wire, glass stringers, frit and micas between layers of glass. Gold lettering in Hebrew & English. Sits on a black metal stand. Six little dishes included.
12.5” diameter Fused glass seder plate with cross lattice design in center.
12x12 Fused glass seder plate with cross lattice design in center.
8” Glass Miriam’s Cup with ribon design on bottom of goblet and “Miriam” etched in Hebrew
Susan creates handcrafted stained glass art emphasizing Judaic themes.
Six piece modular wrought Iron seder plate with 5x5 dish and 3.25 copper bowl. Each piece has both English and Hebrew.