Ancient Egypt Dot-to-Dot

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., Nov 1, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
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This is more than just an ordinary collection of dot-to-dots: thanks to the fascinating information accompanying each picture, it carries children back in time to the dynamic culture of Ancient Egypt. As kids connect the dots to see the great images, they’ll also learn about the land and the people, the government, the groundbreaking inventions, the music and the art. They’ll see what everyday life was like and how the Ancient Egyptians farmed, hunted, and traveled. And youngsters will love meeting such famous figures as King Tutankhamen, visiting the Pyramids, seeing the Sphinx, and even finding out about the pets the Egyptians so treasured.
 

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Ancient Egypt Dot to Dot

User Review  - mrship - Overstock.com

The book is very well written as well as informative. All pictures have coordinating stories. The dot to dot numbers go high enough for a challenge. Read full review

Contents

The Land
4
Hunting
12
Meat and Fish
20
Water Transportation
26
King Tutankhamen
34
10
80
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