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The Leader's Guide to The Family Participation Haggadah "A Different Night"

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practical advice on planning and preparing a participatory seder
shortcuts through the seder - how to choose the right mix of traditional and innovative elements for a customized seder, whether long or short
background essays like Prof. Nahum Sarna's selection on Egyptian slavery, and Rabbi David Hartman's on storytelling and family education
resources for the
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Paperback, 96 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Shalom Hartman Institute
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