The story of Moses' childhood contains in the first 10 verses from Exodus 2.

Yocheved, Moses' mother, hid her newborn for 3 months and then placed her baby in a caulked wicker basket in the Nile River reeds to prevent him from drowning. Later one of the pharaoh's daughters came to the Nile to have a bath and suddenly heard the baby crying. She felt sorry for the child and rescued him. When the boy was old enough the pharaoh's daughter adopted him and named him Moses, which means "drew out".

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