The Beginner's Bible a Queen Named Esther by Zondervan Publishing
  

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The Beginner's Bible a Queen Named Esther by Zondervan Publishing

A Queen Named Esther is a retelling of the favorite Old Testament Bible story about a beautiful Hebrew woman named Esther. Using art from the bestselling The Beginner's Bible, this story is available in the popular and affordable 8x8 softcover format. When the king of Persia is looking for a queen, Esther's cousin Mordecai encourages her to step forward. And when the king sees her beauty, he chooses her to be the new queen. But God has a bigger job for Esther than just being queen. The safety of God's people rests in the hands of the new queen. Can she find the courage to help save the Hebrews from Haman's evil plan?

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Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Zondervan Publishing
More books by Zondervan Publishing

Publisher

ZonderKidz an imprint of Zondervan

Publication date

24th September 2013

ISBN

9780310740803


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