French-born artist Eliyahu Sidi moved to Israel in 1967. His artwork is creative, captivating, charming, and colorful. In this haggadah, Sidi uses a red, blue, and yellow palette accented with black and green for his cartoon-like images. The wooden cover for the haggadah depicts the Exodus from Egypt via a magical bus filled with bearded passengers and driver, each dressed in blue uniforms. The accompanying notes to the haggadah by Noam Zion and David Moss suggest that the uniforms recall the Israeli army. The full beards recall the ancient Egyptian iconography for Semitic slaves. Riding atop the bus—the symbol of the Exodus—are cats and a rooster, animals that appear in other Sidi works. Added here is the traditional Passover paschal lamb ready to be sacrificed.