OK, Pesach is over for us here in Israel; it’s still happening if you keep to the second day of chag in ch”ool (chootz la’aretz – outside “the land,” i.e., Israel). So, this is still relevant – if only as something to think about for next year – the Shalom Hartman Institute’s A Different Night: The Family Participation Haggadah, authored by Noam Zion and David Dishon. I can’t tell you how many people I know use it – as well as the all-Hebrew version (slightly different) developed recently by Zion and his son Meshael.
Marc Aronson of School Library Journal made a point of mentioning the Family haggadah in his recent post, “Passover and History: The Many Meanings of Past and Present.” Aronson wrote: “I love it because it offers so many pathways through the holiday, so many ways of thinking about it and doing it.”
Southern New Jersey newspaper, Jewish Community Voice, also mentions the haggadah in its Pesach editorial, “Passover reminds us that freedom brings responsibility.”