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National Geographic Kids Readers: Ancient Egypt (L3 Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-09 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:142633043X
LANGUAGE:English

" A pretty comprehensive young reader book on ancient Egypt, reflecting the latest research into the place and culture. " said.

" Definitely interesting - great for both kids who are brand new to Ancient Egypt, as well as those who are already familiar but want more information. The book mostly covers death, mummification, and tombs, but also talks about the importance of the Nile and a few of the Pharaohs. " said.

" This is a nonfiction book that gives basic history of Ancient Egypt. It’s written specifically for the intermediate grades (3-6, age 8-11). The fiction book I would pair this with would be Temple Cat by Andrew Clements. The story takes place during ancient Egyptian times in the city of Neba. The adventure revolves around a cat, which ancient Egyptians revered greatly. " said.

" A pretty comprehensive young reader book on ancient Egypt, reflecting the latest research into the place and culture. " said.

" Definitely interesting - great for both kids who are brand new to Ancient Egypt, as well as those who are already familiar but want more information. The book mostly covers death, mummification, and tombs, but also talks about the importance of the Nile and a few of the Pharaohs. " said.

" This is a nonfiction book that gives basic history of Ancient Egypt. It’s written specifically for the intermediate grades (3-6, age 8-11). The fiction book I would pair this with would be Temple Cat by Andrew Clements. The story takes place during ancient Egyptian times in the city of Neba. The adventure revolves around a cat, which ancient Egyptians revered greatly. " said.

" Definitely interesting - great for both kids who are brand new to Ancient Egypt, as well as those who are already familiar but want more information. The book mostly covers death, mummification, and tombs, but also talks about the importance of the Nile and a few of the Pharaohs. " said.

" This is a nonfiction book that gives basic history of Ancient Egypt. It’s written specifically for the intermediate grades (3-6, age 8-11). The fiction book I would pair this with would be Temple Cat by Andrew Clements. The story takes place during ancient Egyptian times in the city of Neba. The adventure revolves around a cat, which ancient Egyptians revered greatly. " said.

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