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Take a ‘Fly on the Wall’ look at the Egyptians as portrayed in cartoon-style illustrations which makes them seem surprisingly recent despite the loin-cloth and towel style of dress. There’s an introduction to their hieroglyphs, what happened at the Temple, the gods they worshipped, how a mummy is made and more. It’s all pitched at an easy to read or easy to understand level but substantiated by accurate facts. Useful as a first introduction to a staple of the curriculum.


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Find out about how everyday things were invented, in this mix of fantasy and science! Professor Dorothy Dabble goes to London with her pet robot, to enter a competition for the best invention. They discover that the parachute was invented by Blanchard and his parachuting dog and lots of other stories about the invention of everyday objects!

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1st September 2005




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