The year 1995 was a very influential in the graphic design career of 7 year old, Rachel Elias. Her family upgraded from MS DOS to Windows 95 which opened her up to a world of sophisticated new graphic design programs, like KidPix, leaving MS Paint in the dust. Rachel took to them like a fish to water and began creating masterpieces with ease. That year she decided to write and illustrate her very first historical novel on the topic of the Jewish exodus from Egypt called, The Story Of Passover. The book got rave reviews from all who read it. In 1997, technology boomed—Rachel received KidPix 2 Deluxe and the family traded in their black and white laser printer for a shiny, new, color ink jet printer. Rachel took this opportunity to release a limited run of The Story Of Passover: Second Edition. Until now, there is strong evidence to support that only one copy of this book remains. Please enjoy this piece of history.