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Daniel and the Beast of Babylon

Daniel and the Beast of Babylon


In Babylon, the people feel obliged to bring food in abundance for the mythical beast that lives in the temple. The wise Daniel says that the beast is just a statue and doesn't need the offerings. The priests are furious, and Daniel is given one night to prove the truth of his claims.

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Author: Roger McGough I

llustrated by:Jill Newton

Format:Paperback 32 pages

Publisher:Lion Hudson Plc


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