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Summary

How many disasters and miracles will it take before the evil Pharaoh sees that he must let the people who have worked his land for centuries, God's own children, return to their homeland? Moses, the brave and faithful servant of his Lord, takes the tyrant ruler to task, as ever-more calamitous disasters fall upon then once mighty kingdom, then leads a dramatic exodus of his kinsfolk across the Red Sea, and on a long and perilous journey of wandering, miracles, and learning in an unrelenting desert. 

This delightful retelling of the classic bible tale is told in the spirit of the countless storytellers who have enthralled audiences young and old throughout the centuries. 

This tale is one of the series, Bible Stories Shorts, and is also available with the collected other stories as part of Tales of Old, Stories from The Old Testament. 

Praise for Tales of Old, Stories from the Old Testament:

"The tales from the Old Testament are as familiar and comfortable as pot roast for Sunday dinner, yet these are new and fresh in lively retellings by Clive Johnson. Using great storytelling techniques and modern language, Johnson makes these tales nearly dance off the pages." (San Francisco Book Review

"Accessible, enlightening pieces that lend to read-aloud drama, bringing to life not just the tales but their underlying lessons. These stories don't just lend to read-aloud, but beg to be performed." (Midwest Book Review

"A read-aloud compilation for children and adults...encouraging a revival of the oral tradition of storytelling." (BlueInk Review)

©2019 Labyrinthe Press (P)2019 Clive Johnson

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