by Uri Shulevitz
School And Library, 1 v. (unpaged), Farrar Straus & Giroux, List Price: $17 | purchase
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Presents a fictionalized account of the travels of Benjamin, a Jewish man from Tudela, Spain, who, in 1159, set out on a fourteen-year-long journey that took him to Italy, Greece, Palestine, Persia, China, Egypt, and Sicily.
June 14, 2005 More than a century before Marco Polo packed his bags, a Spanish Jew embarked on a 14-year journey through France, Italy, Greece and into the Middle East, told in this colorfully illustrated book.
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