Tales and Customs of the Ancient Hebrews

Eva Herbst Milton Herbst


Tales and Customs of the Ancient Hebrews

Tales and Customs of the Ancient Hebrews

  • Title: Tales and Customs of the Ancient Hebrews
  • Author: Eva Herbst Milton Herbst
  • ISBN: 9781599152929
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback

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An engaging account of the way the ancient Hebrews lived, through the story of David, the shepherd boy In clear and simple prose, presents details of the clothing they constructed, the tents they built, the food they harvested, and the music they enjoyed Additional information about their lives is shared through the stories of Moses, Ruth, and Joseph, that are told to DaAn engaging account of the way the ancient Hebrews lived, through the story of David, the shepherd boy In clear and simple prose, presents details of the clothing they constructed, the tents they built, the food they harvested, and the music they enjoyed Additional information about their lives is shared through the stories of Moses, Ruth, and Joseph, that are told to David The book concludes with David s encounter with Goliath and his friendship with Jonathan Attractive black and white illustrations complement the text Suitable for ages 8 and up.


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