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H.O.:... I have just spent a delightful time reading this beautiful"book" ...Ittook me back to my days as a young teen when I worked in the children'slibrary... and I loved reading all the Dr. Seuss books!! This is a truly a book thatshould be both heard and seen!! How can I become a member of the Uncle Eli International FanClub??!!M.B.:Thanks for publishing the Children's Haggadah on the net, Ienjoyedit.I. G.:Yashir koach!D.Z.:Very nice work. You can definitely give Dr. Suess a run for hismoney... Whencan we expect the illustrated version? M.Y.:I just wanted to drop you a note to say Toda Raba!! for thechildren'sbook...I wish everyone in the Jewish community could perform mitzvahs, as you havedone in offering this book over the Internet. Perhaps we'd have a betterworld! ... Again, thank you for being there, and giving me that shining lightthrough this very mysterious place they call the Net!J.P.:What I've read is a real kick. My wife loves it; and, she's therealcriticaround here. Maybe I'll try the kids next.M.L.B.:I enjoyed your haggadah very much. Is there a printed versionthat I cansend to my nephews?M.T.:So, nu, when are you going to have some enterprising artist addillustrations? K.W.:As a new Internet user I was delightfully surprised to find youroutstanding work on the monitor. How did you incorporate the Hebrewaleph-bet?A.P.:What a find right here on the internet...I'm so excited about the book. This year's Passover gifts for all the littleones, for sure.Can we expect to find illustrations?????My Bnai Zion chapter will adore this.I feel Blessed yet again...E.R.:I verymuch enjoyed reading the Haggadah and intend to read it with my Hebrew schoolclass next Pesach.J.K.:I happened upon your wonderful Haggadah as I was"surfingthe net." What awonderful surprise. Even with Pesach many months away, I began thinking ofwhat a wonderful addition selections from your Haggadah might be incorporatedinto our Religious School "model sedarim" ...I alsowant to use it in our own home. It's wonderfully refreshing. Please keep meposted if you have any other materials written in this style. May I getpermission to reproduce all or part in our synagogue school? A.R.:I enjoy your stuff very much, and my family of Jewish educators likes your stuff too. It is good... Keep up the good work.Yashar kohechaW.S.C.:I found your great Haggadah on-line and LOVED what I read of it. How can I attain a copy (or copies) of it?I'm interested in presenting it as a Temple religious school production in the spring... Thanks for writing it.R.M.:Hello! I am a 4th year rabbinic student... and I was surfingsome of the Jewish "stuff" on the net and came accross your Haggada. Both mywife and I were very impressed by your work, and we would like to receive afull copy of it (electronic would be great). If it is published we would alsolike a copy of the publication. After all there is nothing like a real book!Please let us know how we can obtain a copy. H.R.:Marvelous - Can't wait to share it with my cousins this Pesach. Is thisinpublished format? How can I get it?C.K.:I just wanted to let you know how very much I enjoyedthis!R.L.:Todah Rabah...for sharing your lovely children's Haggadah with thenetters.M.S.:Thank you very much for a lovely treat on an evening when I wasfeeling in need of comfort!I would like to obtain a copy of this little treasure, if it is available in book or any kind of paper form. I am afraid that if I just wait until one of our staff can download it for me tomorrow, I won't know how to get back to this site. It was so magical, that I'm sure it was a dream!Thank you and keep up the good work. R.P.:Just would like to say that I hope you write more for children. DEEEEElightful !Thank youI am not Jewish but I work in Family Day Care and like to expose"my children" to all cultures. Your page is delightful. Wish I understood some of the words people write to you. I am assuming they are in praise. I am linking your page to mine... Again, Thank You !G. S.:I picked your Haggadah up on the Web and enjoyed truly enjoyed reading it. I showed itto our Rabbi... and he too thinks it is great. Doyou mind if he uses parts of it in connection with our religious school next spring?... I told some friends that this version of the Haggadah was written by a man in Calgary,and the reaction was, "What, Jews way up in the wilderness?" After 27 years in the ArmedForces... and meeting Jews all over the world, I took the comment forwhat it was--stupidity. ...Get in touch. We owe you at least a cup of coffee for theentertainment you provided in "A Present From UncleEli."A. A. D:It's such a mechayeh to have stumbled upon this site. This isexactly the kind of thing I have been looking for to illustrate how important and useful the web can be for our isolated congregation... You can be sure that,asdirector of Religious Education, I will be sure this site is bookmarked on the Temple's lone computer, and that each and every student (and they almost all have computers at home) are given the URL.If there is anything I or others can do to insure that this site remains active and continues to provide new treats like oneforSukkot, don't hesitate to ask.B. A.:Loved the Passover story. Do you have a downloadable version thatis nottext only?I think it would be great for Sunday school.K. S.: I loved it! Found it surfing the Yahoo Judaism link. I have downloaded it and would like to send copies to some friends and family on-line, but do not want to do so without your permission. If this is okay, or if it is not, please let me know ASAP. Thanx!
N.:Thank you so much for this wonderful work.I wish you were around when I was my kid's age. Thank you... When it comesout in print.... I want it!!!!!!! S.R.J.:I just finished reading Jacob'sStory withmy daughter..., age 7 3/4. I found it to be wonderful and a delight to read. It was very moving for me as tomorrow will be my mother's unveiling. Tears were coming to my eyes. ...If you have other stories on the Internet, please tell me how to locate them. I am sure that both my daughter and I will be happy to read them.[My daughter] asked for me to send her thanks to you for the stories and to make sure to tell you that this e-mail is from her also. L.F.:I don't have "little ones" any more. My littlest is 22. Do youhave any suggestions as to how I could use your haddadah at my seder with onlyadults?BTW, I am a graphic artist and I work at a Temple. I am planning to suggest to our Hebrew School director to distribute copies of the haggadah to his students. I will also suggest that he have a contest for the students to draw the creatures that you describe in it and that the winner will get to submit his/her design to the author for possible publication. Would that be agreeable to you? And in turn, the student's name and school will be mentioned inprint. [Frankly, the Haggadah was really written for adults, back when my oldest(now a strapping 17-yr.-old) was two and we were all overdosed onOne-Fish-Two-Fish. Yes, I would be delighted to display your students' pictures. I havelong considered making an official appeal, but never got around to it. -E.L.]I am planning on talking with the Director this week. He will needtime toput together a program -- that is, if he's interested at all. At any rate, your haggadah will be on my seder table. Thanks for writing it.C-J. A.:Uncle Eli --I'm a MA candidate in the dept. of theatre studies... I'm presently working onmythesis, which is a feminist approach to an examination of the relationship between ritual and performance with specific attention to Haggadot. The project is in two parts -- a research paper and a play, meant to be performed as a Haggadah in a Seder (as opposed to on stage in front of an audience). As a result, I've spent the past year reading virtually every Haggadah I can get my hands on. Yours is by far the most entertaining and least pretentious/condescending. ::applause::Thank you for a wonderful break in what has often been a tiresome lot