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HPLS Passover Haggadah
The Hebrew Prayers Learning Series (HPLS)
Passover Haggadah is phonetically transliterated
and has been extensively edited for completeness
and accuracy. It makes a wonderful addition to your
Perfect for beginners as well as advanced readers.
Original wood-cut illustrations by Reba Linker
illuminate this Haggadah
Flex bound, 5.5" W x 8.5" H 139 pages.
|See the PC version for a rave review in the
New Jersey Jewish News
Contents of HPLS Haggadah
The Search for Leaven - (B'deeKaht ChahMehtz)
The Burning of Leaven - Biur Chametz (BeeOhr ChahMehtz)
Ceremony for preparing for Shabbat (Eruv TahvSheeLeen)
Blessings for Lighting Festival (and Shabbat) Candles .
The Seder Plate
Steps of the Seder
Step 1 - Make Kiddush (KahDehsh)
Step 2 - Wash Hands (Without a Blessing) (OhrChatz)
Step 3 - Eat Vegetable in Salt Water - Karpas (KahrPahs) .
Step 4 - Divide Middle Matzah - Yachatz (YahChahtz)
Step 5 - Tell Passover Story - Mageed (MahGeed)
Dayenu (DahYehNoo) (Traditional Passover Song)
Rabbi Gamaliel (GahmLeeEhl)
Step 6 - Wash Hands (With a Blessing) (RohchTzah)
Step 7- Make Blessing for Bread on Matzah (MohTzee)
Step 8 - Bless and Eat Matzah (MahTzah)
Step 9 - Bless and Eat Bitter Herbs - Mahror (MahRohr)
Step 10 - Eat Matzah-Maror Sandwich (Korech)
Step 11 - Eat Festival Meal (Shulhan Orech)
Step 12 - Eat Hidden Afikoman - Tzafun (TzahFoon)
Step 13 - Grace after Meals (BahRehch)
Step 14 - Psalms of Praise - Hallel (HahLehl)
Step 15 - Acceptance by God - Nirtzah (NeerTzah)
Ki Lo Na'eh (Kee Loh NahEh)
Counting of the Omer
EhChahd Mee YohDehAh (Who Knows One)
Chad Gadya (Chahd GahdYah) - One Kid Goat .
The above sample shows the HPLS Three-Tier
format used in the Haggadah.
However, so that everyone can understand the story
in the Haggadah, much of the text is in two-column
format, with flowing text in the left column and
Hebrew facing on the right.
All important passages, and all the songs, are in the
|Passover Haggadah for your Seder
|Phonetic-Transliterated Prayer Books (Siddurim)