Other than the Bible and the works of Shakespeare, the haggadah is one of the most frequently printed books in the world, with more than 30,000 variations and counting. The haggadah tells the story of the Exodus and is used by Jews all over the world to conduct the Passover Seder.
“There's one for everything,” said Eliot Baskin, rabbi of Congregation Har Shalom in Durango. “The gay one, the vegetarian one, the feminist one.”
There's even an internet one: internethaggadah.com and a do-it-yourself Passover seder at diyseder.com. Who knew?