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Life in Ancient Egypt - PB
Life in Ancient Egypt - PB
Life in Ancient Egypt - PB
9780778720683 | In Stock
$10.95CD
$10.95CD
 
The Egyptian civilization is one of the oldest in human history. Travel back in time to see how the Ancient Egyptians built magnificent pyramids, developed a system of writing, harnessed the Nile River for agriculture and made their own medicine. Children will love the full-color illustrations of ancient Egyptian life that explain how people really lived long ago. Topics include:
• How mummies were made and buried
• The afterlife and ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses
• How ancient Egyptians farmed and what they ate
• Ancient Egyptian art and architecture
• Hieroglyphs and how to interpret them Teacher’s guide available.


Reading Level: Gr. 4-5
Interest Level: Gr. 3-6
Guided Reading Level: S
Binding: Paperback
Series: Peoples of the Ancient World
Author(s): Paul Challen

Format
Size: 8 ½″ × 11"″
No. of Pages: 32
Index Included: Yes
Glossary Included: Yes

GRL: S
ATOS: 7.1
Dewey: 932
Lexile: 1050L
Copyright: 2005

Reviews
Life in Ancient Egypt

China, Egypt, Mesoamerica "Each text provdes background on the history, geography, rulers, people, life, arts, culture, and eventual fate of each civilization....The pages are full of colorful photographs, illustrations, time lines, artwork, and diagrams complete with well-written captions. The texts offer more information than textbooks...the visual artifacts from each civilization are sure to interest students." —School Libary Journal, 07/05 Egypt "Photographs of artifacts dominate the pages and are supplemented, occasionally, with watercolor drawings. Readers will recognize many of the objects since they are also depicted in other historical books. In order to make it easier for younger students, the book has short sentences and contains a glossary to help with some of the more technical terms. For the classroom or individual reading, this is a useful introduction to the long and complex Egyptian saga." —School Arts magazine, 05/06