The secret book of the Jews

Dry Bones enhances the Seder with the Haggada of the future.

Dry Bones Haggada
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The Dry Bones Passover Haggadah is a must-have. It renews the Seder experience, which accords with the rabbinical precept of reliving anew the exit from Egypt.

Firstly, it is the delight of owning a whole comic book by Dry Bones the political cartoonist of The Jerusalem Post since 1973. Then, the visual and tactual effects, the vivid colors, the glossy, bendy cover – designed by S. Kim Glassman. The love and care that have gone into it are palpable.

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