How are these haggadahs different from all other haggadahs? They rely heavily on the Torah narrative to teach the lessons of Passover and tell the story of the Exodus. This Passover, read the actual story and see why it’s important, as opposed to reading about the story and why other people have said that it’s important.
Two historically notable Karaite haggadot. At about six pages, the Egyptian version of the haggadah is concise but complete. The Russian version is only slightly longer, and, published in 1901 in Odessa, the the older of the two. Translated from Hebrew into English by Nehemia Gordon.
A traditional Karaite haggadah. A Hebrew / English haggadah in the tradition of Egyptian Karaite Jews. Newly compiled, arranged, and translated by Meir Yosef Rekhavi.
A modern Karaite haggadah. This Hebrew / English haggadah is thoughtfully arranged, is full of beautiful pictures from Israel, and has traditional Passover songs, such as Dayenu. By Melech ben Ya’aqov.