||Kibbutz style Haggadot for Passover.
Haggadah le-Pessah, Kevuzat ha-Sedah be-Eimek She'on, 1937.
Haggadah Shel Pessach, Dafna, 1946.
Haggadah Shel Pessach, Kibbutz ha-Meyuhat, n.d.
Passover was the first festival to be revived in its seasonal context, as it is both the Spring Festival and the Festival of Freedom in Israeli Kibbutzim. The kibbutz Haggadah is based on the theme of the Exodus from Egypt, but includes events of a similar nature pertinent to modern Jewish history and kibbutz life, as well as appropriate passages from modern Hebrew literature. The seder is held in public and has become an elaborate function, with music and dancing, for members, children, and guests.