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Lene Mayer-Skumanz (au); Janusz Stanny (il). Tells the story of a Jewish boy named Azarya in the ancient kingdom of Babylon. He looks up at a tall blue tower spiraling high above the city. He reads the inscription written on the bricks: ‘I, Nebuchadnezer, King of Babylon . . .’ More than 2,500 years ago, Nebuchadnezer exiled the people of Judea to Babylon after he destroyed the city of Jerusalem & its Holy Temple. Among the exiles were Azarya & his grandfather. They lived on the banks of the Euphrates River & were forced into slave labor. One night, Azarya’s grandfather tells him the Biblical story of the Tower of Babel. And recounts yet another story, one that gives Azarya the strength & courage to cope with his exile; an unforgettable story that will one day save his life. Color illus. Juvenile audiences.
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