Mummy Maker by Anna Claybourne, Anita Ganeri
  

Synopsis

Mummy Maker by Anna Claybourne, Anita Ganeri

The Big Picture series launches with 16 titles for KS1 all about what is going on all around the world, split into four high interest topics. Find out how other people around the world live/lived; extreme animals habitats or weather across the globe; faraway homes made of ice and much, much more. Each book within this Key Stage 1 series will provide a number of jumping off points in a high interest, accessible way, with which to cover the 'big curriculum picture'. Eventually backed up by teacher notes comprising background information and teaching notes re: how to use the books to cover statutory national curriculum key skills. What have been some of the most famous jobs in history around the world? This book delves into the weird and wonderful world of the Egyptian Mummy makers.

About the Author

Anita Ganeri is an award-winning author of non-fiction. She won this year's Blue Peter Award for Best Book with Facts for her Horrible Geography book: Planet in Peril, and has co-authored the Who's Who in... series for A&C Black.

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Format

Hardback
24 pages

Author

Anna Claybourne, Anita Ganeri
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Publication date

28th October 2010

ISBN

9781408127933


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