Egyptian Things to Make and Do by Emily Bone
  

Synopsis

Egyptian Things to Make and Do by Emily Bone

This title provides things to make that include a pharaoh's headdress, an Egyptian god puppet with moveable arms and a mummy in a sarcophagus. Every activity is clearly and vividly illustrated in an appealing and colourful style, with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions. It contains information boxes on each page with interesting facts about the Egyptians.

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'This is how history should be for kids: fun, interesting, educative, engaging' - Heritage Key'

About the Author

Emily Bone

Emily Bone grew up in the south of England with a parrot, rabbits and lots of dogs. She spent long summers watching bugs and birds in her garden and making up stories about them. After studying English at Cambridge, she found her dream job at Usborne. Emily’s written many books on wildlife, science and history. She now lives in Crystal Palace along with two spoilt budgies and enjoys running in the park and tending her vegetable garden.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
34 pages
Interest Age: 4 years +

Author

Emily Bone
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st November 2011

ISBN

9781409538929


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