Secret of the Prince s Tomb

Time-traveling cousins Patrick and Beth go to ancient Egypt, where they try to find ways to encourage Tabitha, a Habiru girl, and her people, who are being enslaved, to keep faith and hope alive, by exploring the tomb of her people's prince ...

Secret of the Prince s Tomb

Author: Marianne Hering

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

ISBN: 1589976738

Page: 117

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Time-traveling cousins Patrick and Beth go to ancient Egypt, where they try to find ways to encourage Tabitha, a Habiru girl, and her people, who are being enslaved, to keep faith and hope alive, by exploring the tomb of her people's prince.

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