Pay attention, children, because I want to tell you a true story about your ancient ancestors, our Hebrew god, and a little boy named Moshe. Moshe was a very special boy. Moshe was born to Hebrew slaves, and lived in Egypt, where there was an evil Pharoah. Pharoah declared all little boys must be killed! Moshe’s family did not want him to die! They made a little grass reed boat for him, and set him to float on the Nile River.
While they watched him float away, Pharoah’s daughter saw the little boat, and pulled Moshe out of the water and adopted him. She even asked Moshe’s mommy and sister Miriam to help take care of him.
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