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Brothers (#02 in Legacies Of The Ancient River Series)

Angela Elwell Hunt

Brothers (#02 in Legacies Of The Ancient River Series)

Angela Elwell Hunt

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A teenage Canaanite girl abandoned in Thebes finds security in the home of Egypt's vizier. Legacies of the Ancient River Book 2.

- Publisher Mandisa^Simeon^Tizara^Jacob^Idogbe^281 Pages^

- Publisher Twenty-two years have passed since Joseph, the great vizier of Egypt, last set sight on the ten sons of Israel. As his brothers kneel before him, he is suddenly overwhelmed by the stinging memory of their treachery whey they sold him into slavery. They have journeyed to Egypt to buy grain, but Joseph detains them like criminals and accuses them of being spies.^^Joseph decrees that Simeon, the overwhelming one whose brash opinions often divided the brothers must remain under house arrest until the youngest brother is brought before the vizier. Strong as an iron chain and as unyielding as a rock, Simeon, a man of the wilderness, chafes at his confinement and turns hostile toward his captors.^^Mandisa, the widowed handmaid of Joseph's wife speaks the Canannite language and is assigned to serve the angry Simeon. Slender, poised, and fiery, the young woman brings hope to his imprisonment and soon comes to understand his explosive disposition. Although love blossoms within her for Simeon. Mandisa cannot give her heart to him until he confronts his God, his father and his past...^

- Publisher An exciting retelling of the Bible story of Joseph, a leader in Egypt, who is visited by his 10 brothers when they come to buy grain for the starving in Israel.

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A teenage Canaanite girl abandoned in Thebes finds security in the home of Egypt's vizier. Legacies of the Ancient River Book 2.
- Publisher

Mandisa^Simeon^Tizara^Jacob^Idogbe^281 Pages^
- Publisher

Twenty-two years have passed since Joseph, the great vizier of Egypt, last set sight on the ten sons of Israel. As his brothers kneel before him, he is suddenly overwhelmed by the stinging memory of their treachery whey they sold him into slavery. They have journeyed to Egypt to buy grain, but Joseph detains them like criminals and accuses them of being spies.^^Joseph decrees that Simeon, the overwhelming one whose brash opinions often divided the brothers must remain under house arrest until the youngest brother is brought before the vizier. Strong as an iron chain and as unyielding as a rock, Simeon, a man of the wilderness, chafes at his confinement and turns hostile toward his captors.^^Mandisa, the widowed handmaid of Joseph's wife speaks the Canannite language and is assigned to serve the angry Simeon. Slender, poised, and fiery, the young woman brings hope to his imprisonment and soon comes to understand his explosive disposition. Although love blossoms within her for Simeon. Mandisa cannot give her heart to him until he confronts his God, his father and his past...^
- Publisher

An exciting retelling of the Bible story of Joseph, a leader in Egypt, who is visited by his 10 brothers when they come to buy grain for the starving in Israel.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Angela Elwell Hunt

ANGELA ELWELL HUNT has written several children's books. Her retelling of The Tale of Three Trees has become an international best seller. She lives in Florida, USA. TIM JONKE has been illustrating books for many years and his other successes include A Night the Stars Danced for Joy and The Easter Angels, both published by Lion.

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  • Catalogue Code 103309
  • Product Code 1556616082
  • EAN 9781556616082
  • Pages 368
  • Department General Books
  • Category Fiction
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Bethany House Publishers
  • Publication Date Apr 1997
  • Dimensions 111 x 111 x 9 mm
  • Weight 0.503kg

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