Moses and the The Ten Commandments

Lorenz Graham

A retelling of the story of Moses and the exodus of the Jews from Egypt.
Date Published :
May 2018
Publisher :
Classics Illustrated Comics
Contributor(s) :
Norman Nodel
Language:
English
Series :
Classics Illustrated
Illustration :
Full color throughout
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781911238416
Pages : 100
Dimensions : 9.5 X 6.5 inches
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In stock
$19.95

Overview
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A retelling of the story of Moses and the exodus of the Jews from Egypt.

Classics Illustrated tells this wonderful tale in colourful comic strip form, offering an excellent introduction for younger readers.

The Classics Illustrated comic book series began in 1941 with its first issue, Alexandre Dumas’s The Three Musketeers, and has since included over 200 classic tales released around the world. This new Paperback Replica edition is part of a continuing effort to make Classics Illustrated available to all, be they young readers just beginning their journeys into the great world of classic literature, or collectors who have fond memories of this much loved comic book series.

About The Author
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Lorenz Graham was among the earliest African-American authors to write books for children, regardless of race or ethnicity. He had spotted that mainstream ideas about Africa were often based on stereotyping, which led him to base his portrayals of Africans from a realistic viewpoint instead of the stereotypes of the time.

NORMAN NODEL (Nochem Yeshaya) was a noted artist and illustrator of children's books and magazines. Nodel began his illustrious career as a field artist in the army, drawing military maps during World War II. After the war, he pursued a successful career as an artist in a variety of styles, notably illustrating a great many issues in the famous 'Classics Illustrated' series in the 1950s. In the 1940s, he had previously been an assistant to George Marcoux, and he has done comic book art for True Comics and Sun Publications. His contributions to 'Classics Illustrated' varied from 'Ivanhoe' to 'Faust' and 'The Invisible Man'. He was also a regular on Charlton's teen, horror and romance titles of the 1960s and 1970s. In the 1960s he contributed to the Warren magazines Eerie and Creepy, using the pen name Donald Norman. During the last twelve years of his life, Mr. Norman Nodel devoted a major amount of his time and energy to illustrating books and magazines specifically for Jewish children, which gave him great pleasure and satisfaction. Norman Nodel worked to the last day of his life. He died on the 25th of February, 2000.

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