Uncle Eli's Special for Kids Most Fun Ever under the Table Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah Shel Pesaoh] by Eliezer Segal


Uncle Eli's Special for Kids Most Fun Ever under the Table Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah Shel Pesaoh] by Eliezer Segal

As silly as it is reverent, this text retells and reinterprets the story of the Jewish Passover, in rhyme.

About the Author

Eliezer Segal holds a Ph.D in Talmud from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and serves as Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Calgary. He is committed to bringing the fruits of academic research to wider audiences through his popular newspaper columns in the Calgary Jewish newspapers. He is married to Agnes Romer Segal and is father to three boys.

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61 pages


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Publication date

1st February 1999



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