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Esther's Story

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Esthers Story

William Morrow & Co Library

Author: Diane Wolkstein

Esther's Story is a superb children's book. Written by Diane Wolkstein and it was published on the 1st of December, 1995 by William Morrow & Co Library. The book has 36 pages. Allow yourself to get engrossed within this book. Just imagine your self as the primary character, curious about and struggling to find the answers as you go along. Whilst you read, envision this experience inside of your head. You can get as inventive as you choose with the situation in your mind. It's going to surely place you amidst the enjoyment and thrill of the child's book. For more information about this children's book, click on our affilate button.

When the prime minister of Persia decides to destroy all the Jews throughout the kingdom, their fate seems to become sealed. Award-winning illustrator Juan Wijngaard reflects this biblical heroine's majesty and humanity with his Jewel-like illustrations. Together, these two masters have created a picture book of uncommon beauty that honors Esther, whose courage and wisdom are celebrated the globe over during the joyous feast of Purim. Only a single person stands in his way -- a young Jewish girl named Esther. Internationally identified folklorist Diane Wolkstein brings to life the story of Esther, the compassionate queen who risked the wrath of a king to save her individuals from destruction. Ages 7 up.


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