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Pharaoh's Daughter by Julius Lester
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Apr 12, 15

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The setting is ancient Egypt and in The Pharaoh’s Daughter (2000), Newbery Honor author Julius Lester takes the readings to the very beginning of one the greatest stories in history.

A girl wants only to protect her young brother Mosis and will do anything for him. Even if it means leaving her family and changing everything she has ever believed in. In exchange for a new life, she can ensure both freedom and health for Mosis.

As he grows in a palace where he was not born into, Mosis wants to find his true self. With faced with truth, he only wishes justice to be served to those who need it.


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