Reviewed by Jesse C. (age 7)
The problem is that the Jews are enslaved by the pharaoh. Moses has to stop slavery. He runs away into the desert. He found a camp of escaped slaves.
One day, a sheep escaped from the camp. Moses went to find the sheep. When he went into a cave, Moses looked in. A light was shining. It was the burning bush. The god of Mosesí ancestors told Moses to get the Jews out of slavery. Read this book to find out what happens.
I like this book because it is a true story. Itís about the history of the Jews in Egypt. I also like it because itís very exciting.
My favorite part is when the Jews and Moses go down to the shore. I also like it because the Jews used words not fists, even though soldiers were sent to kill them.
At the beginning, I felt bad for the Jews. I felt bad because they were slaves for Egypt. I also felt bad for the Jews in the middle. At the end of the story, I felt happy for the Jews.
I recommend this book to second graders and up and people who like history books.