Tutankhamun's Tomb by Jen Green, Julie Renee Anderson
  

Synopsis

Tutankhamun's Tomb by Jen Green, Julie Renee Anderson

Accompany Howard Carter on his 1920s expedition to the Valley of the Kings, and witness the incredible discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb. As Carter unearths each room in the tomb, the fabulous treasures and Tutankhamun's mummy itself, we get an amazing insight into the life and beliefs of this famous boy king and his kingdom. Fabulous pop ups, pull-tabs and paper engineered wizardry throughout, give a unique 3D experience as you learn all about the secrets and treasures of Ancient Egypt.

Reviews

It's a very physical book - you want to delve into the layers of shrine and unwrap the mummified corpse as you turn the pages - and the information is provided alongside the images and novelties in easily-accessible chunks of text. The book covers a huge amount - from Ancient Egyptian gods and the process of mummification to hieroglyphics and the Rosetta Stone, to objects from everyday life - but it never feels overwhelming, rather like something you want to delve into and explore. Reading Zone Tutankhamun's Tomb, pop-up style. It is quite amazing what can be made to pop-up, and tombs and dead kings are no exception. Book Witch

About the Author

DR. JULIE RENEE ANDERSON currently works within the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan at the British Museum and she is responsible for curating the Sudanese and Nubian collection. Julie began excavating in Egypt and Sudan in 1987 and received her PhD from the University of Toronto in 1996. DR. JEN GREEN is an experienced author of children's information books, having written over 250 books focussing on geography, nature, environment and history. After being awarded a doctorate, Jen worked in publishing for over 15 years, first as an editor and later an editorial director before becoming a full-time freelance writer. She currently resides in West Sussex.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 8

Author

Jen Green, Julie Renee Anderson
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Publisher

QED Publishing

Publication date

15th October 2015

ISBN

9781784933821


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