A Children's Haggadah
Howard Bogot Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1994 Library of Congress BM674.76.B64 1994 | Dewey Decimal 296.437
This unique Haggadah, designed especially for young people, is a delightful asset for any seder table: at home, in religious schools or at community centers. Through special foods, prayers and songs, children come to a personalized understanding of the miraculous event that is the Exodus. The beautiful, original illustrations render the text a meaningful work of art for all those who read it. This 8-1/2” x 11” volume includes art on every page and a vibrant accordion fold-out of the seder plate.
Gates of Awe
Robert Orkand Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1991 Library of Congress BM675.H5Z6857 1991 | Dewey Decimal 296.431
The second in a series of prayerbooks for early childhood use, Gates of Awe contains rich and enchanting illustrations combined with poetic text that enhances the sense of awe found during the Holy Days. The special qualities of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur are skillfully introduced to young worshippers through the inspiration of prayer, the excitement of the Shofar and the lessons in the stories of Abraham and Torah.
This is the first official prayerbook for young children ever produced by the Reform Movement. Intended for pre-school children through six years of age, Gates of Wonder is beautifully illustrated by award-winning artist Neil Waldman. As young children enter the Gates of Wonder they will experience a world of beauty, a world of mystery and the enduring world of Jewish prayer.