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This Free E-Book Is Perfect for Last-Minute Passover Planning

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Wait, Passover is on Monday? Really? If you’re like us, you are always a little bit behind on holiday planning, especially with kids to watch and work to do.

Fortunately, Kveller is here to help. Check out our free e-book, “Easy Passover With Kids,” downloadable right now with just a few clicks, and find some tips for activities and recipes that will make the holiday a kid-friendly joy.

From seder must-haves to matzah crafts to recipes kids will actually eat, this guide will get your family up-to-speed on everything you need to know to celebrate Passover. Hag Sameach!

Boynton Beach, Florida, USA, – March 26, 2013: This is a traditional Passover Seder Table. During this meal, the story of the Exodus from Egypt is retold using a book called the Haggadah. This is the most celebrated Jewish Holliday in the Springtime.

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