Because Passover begins today, we’re offering a selection of interesting, unusual, and/or traditional books that focus on this special festival.
Perfect for families who want to include Seder guests from other cultures and ethnicities, this book includes Passover texts and rituals, poems, stories, and quotes from famous people (e.g., Nelson Mandela, Confucius) that stress universal messages of freedom.
Two feuding families who once shared Seder are brought together by their children. This folktale highlights the power of love uniting those with a shared heritage.
Gorfinkel, the creator of Batman comics, and Erez Zadok, an Israeli artist, present the old story in a new and exciting way in both English and Hebrew. They depict rituals around the world for thousands of years as well as a modern translation and the traditional Seder service in Hebrew.
A book to help you plan family traditions.
For Younger Readers…
A hopeful and inspiring account of the entire Passover story.
Mazes, dot-to-dot, coloring pages, and other fun activities centered around the Passover story.
Being caught in space during Passover leads to an unexpected and humorous way to celebrate this special festival.
As the children prepare for Passover, they express the spirit of gratitude.
At the very beginning of the Passover story, Miriam watches her baby brother, Moses.
A heartwarming story of Passover through a little boy’s eyes and the life of a cold, hungry kitten.