Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) March 19, 2014
The authors of 30minute-Seder announce the release of the 60minute-Seder, “Complete Family Haggadah”, providing a concise, complete, Passover experience for the entire family.
Passover begins Monday, April 14th, at sundown and Jewish families across the globe are preparing for the festive meal and ritual called the Seder (which means order). It’s during this meal that the uplifting story of Passover is told by reading from a book known as a Haggadah (which means the telling). They come in all shapes and sizes but one thing is certain. The success of the Seder depends on the quality and not quantity of pages within the Haggadah used. It can literally mean the difference between having a memorable Passover or having grandpa fall asleep in the matzah-ball soup. Although that would be memorable too; it’s not a pretty image for guests to leave with.
Since some Seders can take a few hours and dinner is not served until three-quarters of the way through, the challenge of keeping an entire family engaged (or awake) for such a period of time is daunting. A sure sign the Seder has reached the tipping point is hearing the cry of “When do we eat already?” For years the only way to avoid this apathy was to skip around the Haggadah and read only selected parts. Not a great idea considering everyone at the table has to read and try to follow where the leader of the Seder has skipped to. The result? Chaos!
The challenge was solved in 2006 with the arrival of the 30minute-Seder, “The Haggadah that Blends Brevity with Tradition.” http://www.30minuteSeder.com But what about those families that favored a complete Seder, without the fluff, that looked like it was actually written in this century? A handful of new entries in the Haggadah niche emerged trying to fill this void, but none comes close to impacting the scene more than this year’s arrival of the 60minute-Seder, “Complete Family Haggadah.”
Created by the authors of the 30minute-Seder Haggadah, (Robert Kopman, Bil Yanok) 60minute-Seder can only be described as ground-breaking. “Over the years we've heard feedback from folks that wanted to use the 30minute-Seder but couldn’t because a family member objected to the abbreviated approach. Well, we paid attention to that when creating the 60minute-Seder. It has all fifteen parts of the Seder so it should satisfy even the most discerning Passover participants. Now the whole family can experience Passover on a new level.” says Rob Kopman, co-author of the 30, and 60minute-Seder Haggadah.
Danny Ben-Gigi, owner of Hebrew World had this to say, “I’ve seen many a Haggadah come and go in my twenty-plus years of advising students and customers. My first impression of 60minute-Seder was simply a jaw-dropping WOW! At first it was the hi-style look of the book and illustrations that got me and then as I began reading, it became clear that it’s appealing whether you’re doing your first or fiftieth Seder. This is probably the only Haggadah to come along that might give the 30minute-Seder a run for its money!”
For a refreshingly brief Seder...
30minute-Seder “The Haggadah That Blends Brevity with Tradition”
Available as a book or instant download. http://www.30minuteSeder.com
For a concise yet complete Seder ...
60minute-Seder “The Complete Family Haggadah”
Available as a book or instant download. http://www.60minuteSeder.com (or purchase through http://www.30minuteSeder.com)
Both books are available for preview online before ordering.
30minute-Seder.com was launched in 2006 along with the debut of the 30minute-Seder, “The Haggadah that Blends Brevity with Tradition.” Close to 300,000 copies (books and downloads) have been sold since then on their website, in book stores, and Judaica shops, worldwide.