The story of Passover (PJ Library) paperback by David A. Adler


The story of Passover is not just a story. It's a collective remembrance of the Jewish people, passed down for generations. The tale itself starts with an act of forgetting:  The new pharaoh of Egypt has forgotten about the history of Joseph and the Israelites in his country, and now he sees them as outsiders. This act of forgetting sets in motion a terrible saga of slavery. Reading the story reinforces a key teaching of the Torah (the first five books of the Bible): Treat the stranger fairly, because you were once slaves in Egypt.

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Category: Primary (6-11years), Nursery ( 0-5 )