Written entirely in emojis (with tips for decoding and the full traditional Hebrew/English text), this haggadah engages multiple generations by adding a 21st century twist to the standard routine of a Passover seder, occupying the more modern participant as well as the traditionalists. Novel and humorous.
About the Author:
Martin Bodek is co-founder of TheKnish.com - a Jewish version of The Onion. He is the beat reporter for JrunnersClub.org, a Brooklyn-based organization for athletes and researches surnames for Jewishworldreview.com. He has been writing freelance for more than 15 years for The Denver Post, The Washington Times, The Jewish Press, The Huffington Post, bangitout.com and other sites and media outlets as well as Germany's only weekly Jewish newspaper, The Judische Allgemeine. He was born and raised in the wilds of Brooklyn, has worked most of his life in the badlands of New York City, and settled in the jungles of northern New Jersey with his strong wife and three above average children. As you can tell, he wants to be a writer if and when he grows up.