Summary

Esther had to meet King Xerxes and she was very nervous. Mordecai just laughed at her. King Xerxes asked Esther to marry him, and she readily accepted. One day, Haman told King Xerxes that a group of citizens were a threat to him. The king immediately issued a royal order that put all the citizens to death.
What happens to Mordecai and his family? Does Esther save them? What happens at the end?
God bless and enjoy!
©2015 Misty Lynn Wesley (P)2015 Misty Lynn Wesley
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4 out of 5 stars
By pixledust on 31-07-15

Great bedtime story for kids!

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This is a fictionalized version of Esther, the Bible story. It is just the right length of time for a bedtime story for children. The performer has an engaging voice that my kids love. The story is a classic. As a teacher, I would say this is appropriate for a K-6 age group.

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