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The Chinuch Haggadah: Expressing and transmitting the splendor of our Mesorah

The Chinuch Haggadah: Expressing and transmitting the splendor of our Mesorah

Why is gratitude the centerpiece of the Seder?
How can we find holiness in our children’s questions to us?
How do the four sons – and particularly the wicked one -teach us unexpected lessons in optimism and positivity?

Seder night. It’s the powerful time when we pass down our mesorah, our cherished heritage, from one generation to the next.

And who can better show us how to share the wondrous lessons of Yetziyas Mitzrayim with our children than Rabbi Yaakov Bender, the renowned Rosh Yeshivah of Yeshiva Darchei Torah?

The Chinuch Haggadah brings together Rabbi Bender’s warm and personal observations, fascinating Torah insights, stories of great men and women — and his wise guidance on how to give over our heritage to the next generation.

The stories in The Chinuch Haggadah are fascinating, and are designed to share with our children and bring the Haggadah’s words to our own lives. The Torah thoughts are inspiring, and often offer a very different perspective to the familiar words of the Haggadah.

But best of all - The Chinuch Haggadah is a “haggadah with heart,” with the author’s love for Jewish children and for Klal Yisrael clear and tangible in every word. And words that come from the heart go to the heart.

Buy this book now on Artscroll.com



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