This year is like no other, so why shouldn't your Seder be too? I wrote and illustrated a hilarious, modern, original Haggadah based in NYC with nods to the pandemic. The afikomen is quarantined, Moses grows up in the Mayor's Mansion on the East River, and one of the plagues is spending every day with your firstborn.
This Haggadah puts an urban spin on the story we all know while keeping the order and tradition of the evening in an easy-to-follow format. And it has beautiful, original, colorful artwork by two Jewish artists — one in Brooklyn (me) and one in France!
You'll receive an email with a digital download. Read it on your computer, tablet, or phone, or even print it out. We're also hosting a virtual second-night seder open to all. You can RSVP here.