Sharing the Journey: The Haggadah for the Contemporary Family

 

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Sharing the Journey:
The Haggadah for the Contemporary Family

Written by Alan S. Yoffie
Illustrations by Mark Podwal

The inclusive text, commentary, and magnificent original artwork in this new Haggadah will make all family members and friends feel welcome at your seder. Young and old, beginners and experienced seder participants, will experience the joy of celebrating Passover together with clear step-by-step explanations, inspiring readings on the themes of justice and freedom for all, and opportunities for discussion. Songs to sing along with are available for download through iTunes. An accompanying comprehensive leader's guide is available as well. 

See sample pages here 

ISBN 978-0-88123-183-0 Paperback
Price: $18.00

Cloth Gift Edition - ISBN 978-0-88123-1854
Price: $40.00

The Seder Leader’s Guide to Sharing the Journey- ISBN 978-0-88123-188-5
Includes 2 music CDs!
Price: $19.99

Now available on iTunes! The music companion to our newest Haggadah, Sharing the Journey.

Sharing the Journey - Alan S. Yoffie & Mark Podwal 

with embedded music throughout! 

 

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Mark Podwal’s drawings have appeared on the New York Times Op-Ed page since 1972 as well as in numerous books, some of which he has written as well as illustrated. His art is represented in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Fog Art Museum and the Library of Congress. In 1996, the French government named Podwal an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters and in 2003, Hebrew College awarded him a Doctor of Humane Letters honoris causa.

In 2011, Podwal designed new embroidered textiles for Prague’s seven hundred year old Altheuschul and the metropolitan Opera’s poster for Nabucco.

Watch Mark Podwal's interview on PBS Religion and Ethics program.   

Review from interfaithfamily.com