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Moses: The Long Road To Freedom

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Moses The Long Road To Freedom

Orchard


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Recounts the story of the Jewish leader Moses, from his birth until his leading of the slaves out of Egypt. Based on the Torah, Modern Commentary and the King James Bible.
Your children will love this fantastic book by Beneduce, Ann Keay. Written by Beneduce, Ann Keay. and it was published by Orchard. The book went on sale in February of 2004. For anyone within the library you can very likely look it up with the classification code, BS580.M6 B47 2004. This version is the 1st Scholastic ed. is 32 pages long and it includes colorfully illustrated pages. To obtain your personal print of this children's book, visit the button on this page.

This beautiful, elegant retelling from the story of Moses includes brillant illustrations by the award-winning illustrator Gennady Spirin and moving prose by acclaimed author Ann Beneduce. With the help of his brother Aaron, he begs the Pharaoh to free the slaves, but he refuses many times. As Moses and the slaves strategy the Red Sea, they learn that the Pharoah has altered his mind and has sent his men to bring them back. When God kills the Pharaoh's son and several of his people, he finally surrenders. When Moses encounters the voice of God, he learns that only he has the energy to fight the Pharaoh of Egypt and free the Hebrew slaves. But with the assist of God, Moses is in a position to cost-free them once and for all.



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