The Passover Seder Table Companion

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Rabbi Zalman Goldstein

Publisher: The Jewish Learning Group

The Entire Haggadah Transliterated!

Take the guesswork out of the four questions. Follow along or lead a Seder in the original without knowing how to read Hebrew, thanks to clever syllable-by-syllable transliteration of the Seder�s every word � from the first cup of wine through the last table song.

Step-by-step directions spell out the practical and spiritual dimensions of each ritual and symbol.

The plain language used throughout makes this pocket-sized guide ideal for all who want to fully participate in an authentic Seder.

Additional Details:
With clear instructions and English transliterations of the entire Hagaddah, including all blessings and prayers, this book is a complete and easy guide to creating and following an authentic Passover Seder.

Whether at a family Seder, a model Seder, or a community Seder, this plain-language guide leads you step-by-step through the Seder and all its preparations. Includes clear instructions, the entire Hagaddah in its original Hebrew along with English translation and easy-to-read transliterations, plus a concise overview of Passover and a super collection of over 50 popular holiday table songs.

Instructions for every action, prayer, and ritual are supplied, from preparing the home for Passover, to the Search for Chometz, to the lighting of the Festival candles, to the �Four Questions.� A comprehensive introduction helps you understand the basics of Passover observance as well. The book opens right-to-left to facilitate easier reading of the English transliterated Hebrew texts.

Ideal for beginners and pros alike, get a copy for each of your family members, guests and friends!

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