The library has a large collection of books, cds, and dvds about Passover, plus haggadot for every sensibility. Here are some brand new materials to spice up your seders! :
BOOKS! (Remember them?)
300 ways to ask the four questions: from Zulu to Abkhaz, by Murray Spiegel & Rickey Stein, with forword by Theodore Bikel, and a cd AND a dvd.
My people's Passover Haggadah: traditional texts, modern commentaries, volumes 1 & 2, ed. by Rabbi Lawrence Hoffman.
The JPS Commentary on the haggadah: historical introduction, translation, and commentary, by Joseph Tabory.
Why is this night different from all other nights? : the four questions around the world, by Ilana Kurshan (similar to "300 Ways," but in a much smaller format.) Languages range from Afrikaans to Yiddish.
Make your own Passover seder: a new approach to creating a personal family celebration, by Rabbi Alan Kay and Jo Kay.
The Joyous Haggadah: the illuminated story of Passover, as told by Richard and Liora Codor.
MUSIC! on cds.
The so called seder: a hip hop haggadah, produced by J-Dub records.
ShirLaLa Pesach! with Shira Kline. for kids
Pharoah, Pharoah! Performed by musical group Mah Tovu, produced and arranged by Gordon Lustig. For all ages.
COME SEE THE EXHIBIT OF HAGGADOT IN THE LIBRARY! AND THE EXHIBIT OF PASSOVER BOOKS FOR ADULTS AND KIDS IN THE CASES OUTSIDE OF THE LIBRARY!
CHAG SAMEACH = HAVE A WONDERFUL PASSOVER!