In 1992, Marian Wolgin and her daughter Amy set about the task of creating their own family Haggadah. Their mission was to design one that was meaningful, dignified, and would suit the needs of their extended family as well as being a little more contemporary and relevant.
Amy tackled the research, making certain that all the essential components were included. Woven throughout is the edict "and thou shalt tell your children." Through the story of the Israelites seeking freedom from slavery in Egypt, the text suggests the importance of pursuing freedom on every level: physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual.
The book is beautifully illustrated by Deborah Keyser Dion and many of the illustrations include traditional ceremonial items owned and used each year at Pesach by the Wolgin family.
Sadly, Amy Wolgin Weiner died before the final Haggadah came to fruition. Now in its third printing, the Wolgins have generously decided that in honor of Amy, Our Passover Haggadah would benefit the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, PA.