An Egyptian Pyramid

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P. Bedrick Books, 1991 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Step back in time to the land of the Ancient Egyptians to discover how and why pyramids were built, what life was like for the workers, how the Pharaohs lived, what pyramids were used for, and more. The beautiful illustrations and thoroughly researched information will give readers a detailed and intimate look at life in Ancient Egypt.

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a planned town
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Jacqueline Morley is a popular children's author and especially enjoys sharing her love of ancient cultures and history with young readers.

Mark Bergin was born in Hastings, England. He has illustrated over twenty books, including It s Fun to Draw Knights and Castles and It's Fun to Draw Dinosaurs.He has done many book designs, layouts, and storyboards in many styles, including cartoon, for numerous books, posters, and advertisements.

Dr. John James is a world authority on medieval architecture, author of over sixty books and articles.

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