When Moses leads the Israelites out of Egypt, a young slave boy with feathers in his hair and colorful strings on his fingers finds extraordinary value in ordinary things, gaining attention from an unexpected source. Bezalel, from the biblical book of Exodus, is depicted in softly fluid, graceful illustrations, his box of treasures overflowing in a whimsical tale about finding the beauty in everything, from rocks and bug wings to moonlight on the desert sand.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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