Pharaoh's Daughter

A Novel of Ancient Egypt

By Julius Lester
(Harcourt Children's Books, Hardcover, 9780152018269, 192pp.)

Publication Date: February 1, 2000

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Born into slavery, adopted as an infant by a princess, and raised in the palace of mighty Pharaoh, Moses struggles to define himself. And so do the three women who love him: his own embittered mother, forced to give him up by Pharaoh's decree; the Egyptian princess who defies her father and raises Moses as her own child; and his headstrong sister Almah, who discovers a greater kinship with the Egyptian deities than with her own God of the Hebrews. Told by Moses and his sister Almah from alternating points of view, this stunning novel by Newbery Honor-author Julius Lester probes questions of identity, faith, and destiny. •From a Newbery Honor winner, National Book Award finalist, and renowned scholar of religious studies •A thought-provoking story of family and faith for Easter or Passover gift-giving




About the Author

JULIUS LESTER is the author of more than twenty books for young readers. He writes and teaches in western Massachusetts.

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