The titles in Barron's growing "Let's Celebrate Series" describe religious and secular holidays, explaining each holiday's origins and history, discussing how it is celebrated today, and suggesting holiday-related projects and activities that children can take part in. Each spring, beginning on the fifteenth day of the Hebrew month of Nisan, Jews around the world celebrate the holiday of Passover. They set the table with special foods and symbols, read from a book called the "Haggadah", and recall the Israelites Exodus from Egypt, led by Moses more than 3,000 years ago. The first part of this book tells children the story of how Moses was raised in Egypt by the pharaoh's daughter but retained his identity as an Israelite, grew up to become the leader of his people, and eventually led the Israelites toward the Promised Land. The book's second part suggests Passover projects and activities for children, including a Seder-clock decoration, a Seder plate to hold the symbolic Seder foods, and other holiday items. There are also ideas of Passover-related children's games, songs, and more.