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eBook Ancient Egypt (Exploring History) ePub

by Jane Shuter

  • ISBN: 0431102066
  • Category: History
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Jane Shuter
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heinemann Library (June 4, 2001)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1122 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1506 kb
  • Other: lrf lrf lit azw
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 116

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Thousands of years ago, the ancient Egyptians created an extremely advanced. Details (if other): Cancel.

Items related to Exploring History: Ancient Egypt (Exploring History). Jane Shuter was a primary school teacher for many years before becoming a full-time writer of children's non-fiction. Jane Shuter Exploring History: Ancient Egypt (Exploring History). ISBN 13: 9780431102153. Exploring History: Ancient Egypt (Exploring History). ISBN 10: 0431102155 ISBN 13: 9780431102153. Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books - Library Division, 2001. She has written many books on ancient Egypt. Christa Hook is an experienced illustrator who specialises in history and military costume. From School Library Journal

Jane Shuter was a primary school teacher for many years before becoming a full-time writer of children's non-fiction. Ancient Egypt, a volume from the "History Beneath Your Feet" series, explores our knowledge of what life was like in ancient Egypt based on archaeological findings.

Jane Shuter was a primary school teacher for many years before becoming a full-time writer of children's non-fiction. I would recommend this series for elementary or middle schools and public libraries. Each page includes informative, easy to understand text with helpful explanations of more complicated concepts.

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Each double page spread poses a question about an aspect of history and answers it through written and pictorial primary sources. The series focuses on the schemes of work and each book includes primary source material, timelines, charts and maps.

New explore history: Ancient Egypt by Jane Shuter (Paperback, softback)Title: Ancient Egypt Series: New . Focusing on the schemes of work, this book includes primary source material, timelines, charts and maps.

Read full description. See details and exclusions. Each double-page spread poses a question about an aspect of history and answers it through written and pictorial primary sources. It also includes 'see for yourself' boxes, which explain the historical significance of key places around the UK.

This book brings together ancient Egyptian history, and art and archaeology in one incredible volume. It’s fully illustrated, impressively detailed, and is a handbook for students of ancient Egypt. Veteran Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves examines the Nile valley topography, the composition of the workforce, specific tomb sites, and the royal monuments erected for a pharaoh’s afterlife. History and archaeological facts come alive in The Complete Valley of the Kings.

This great book on Ancient Egypt provides a brief history of Ancient Egypt, through its river, its numerous pharaohs, its trade, religion, mummies, pyramids, culture, and medicine. Recommended for youngsters, ages 8 to 10. 0. Report. Easy for children to understand! By Thriftbooks. com User, April 7, 2001. I think this book is easy to understand for children in the 1st and 2nd grade at least.

Exploring Ancient Egypt, the fifth volume in the Places in Time series, reveals the excitement of science and history as it tours archaeological discoveries from ancient Egypt. Each of twenty chapters treats a particular site, reflecting a variety of site types (pyramids, rock tombs, temples, and most of the major settlements such as el-Amarna and Alexandria) and offering a balance between daily life, religion, and funerary practices. Each site-chapter features a map showing its location, a site reconstruction, and a chronological table covering the span of occupation. Each chapters narrative.

Comments

Jorad Jorad
I ordered this as part of a curriculum for homeschool that we are going through with my daughter, and though it offered nice enough facts and was useful, I can think of several others that I find have perhaps even more facts presented in a more fun manner. As it was, I found this book a bit scarce and am not sure what inspired the curriculum designers to choose this over others. It's fine and the illustrations are sufficient. It's just not my favorite.
Tisicai Tisicai
Ancient Egypt, a volume from the "History Beneath Your Feet" series, explores our knowledge of what life was like in ancient Egypt based on archaeological findings. I would recommend this series for elementary or middle schools and public libraries. Each page includes informative, easy to understand text with helpful explanations of more complicated concepts. Specific events, places or people are highlighted in detail boxes. Stunning color photo spreads peak reader interest. Topics covered include archaeological, forensic and preservation techniques, pyramid building, tomb design, heiroglyphs and what they mean, the discovery of Tutankhamun, and the future of archaeology using computer technology. A glossary, a full-color timeline and a detailed index make this book an excellent reference book for young readers.