Questions and answers
Yes. Please select “gift” as an option at checkout and write your message. We will include the
message on a note in the package and we will make sure to remove prices from all print-outs.
Yes, we do. Select your preferred method of delivery at checkout and you will receive an email
notification when your item is ready for pickup/delivery.
Please allow up to 48 hours processing time before your item is shipped. Please see
our Shipping & Return Policy (**please add link to shipping and return policy page) for shipping
information and rates.
Hug-It-Out can be used by children—and even adults—of any change, because it is so visual
and also a complete Haggadah. While toddlers will enjoy interacting with the vibrant
illustrations, kids who are reading can actually conduct the Seder themselves! Page for page,
Hug-It-Out corresponds directly with our Adult Haggadah so that everyone at your Seder table
is on the page.
Our books and Dippin’ Dabbers are printed locally in Toronto. Our Matzah Cover + Afikoman
Bags are hand sewn by women in Canada using vintage linen sourced from NYC.
Mother-daughter duo Pearl and Maxie Richman curated the Haggadah and wrote Hug-It-Out
together. Erin Siegel is our incredible illustrator who takes the images from our brains and
magically transforms them into the pages of Hug-It-Out.
Packages shipped to countries outside of Canada may be subject to duties and taxes. Please
note that The Haggadah Collective is not responsible for these fees, as we are not able to
control them. Duties and taxes vary by country, for more information, please contact your local
government customs office.
The Blue Thread is symbolic of the sea, the sea resembles the sky, and the sky resembles
spirituality. The Blue Thread is said to promote the highest spiritual connection.