And You Shall Tell Your Sons A Pesach Haggadah. Hard Cover, Tamid-Publishers
This gorgeous Haggadah from Tamid Publishers, is a welcome concept in Haggadot. This Haggadah represents a return to the sources, where the text is the primary element. Like our other Sifrey Kodesh, this Haggadah has no illustrations and no color. The words themselves, and the presentation of the page tell the story.
Hebrew is a holy language, rich in meaning beyond the words themselves. Not just a means of verbal communication, the Hebrew text itself holds added meaning to the concepts of the Haggadah,
The folks at Tamir Publications have researched this notion and created a design for each page that draws out the hidden meanings and enhances the reading.
Need new material to talk about at your Seder? Here it is. At the end of the Haggadah there is a section explaining the concept of the design. This will bring fresh insights and new interest to your Seder table.
Here are a few interesting examples from this Haggadah.
Take a good look at the seder plate. Don't see it? The page in this Haggadah shows the Seder plate as a Magen David. What does this symbolize and how does the Jewish Star relate to the Haggadah?
This page in the Haggadah shows the layout of the Seder table using only text. The Matza is at one end, the wine at the other, and the Seder plate in the middle.
The songs at the end of the Pesach Seder, the publisher tells us, are meant to emphasize the cycles of life. What goes around comes around, as they say, This is clearly shown in the page for Chad Gadya, that closes the Seder.
Note: this Haggadah has only Hebrew text plus the instructions for running the Seder. Page numbers are also in Hebrew letters.
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