The Mummy Who Wouldn't Die

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Random House Children's Books, 1996 - Horror tales - 86 pages
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During a visit to the local museum, the reader joins friends Josh and Kate on a perilous odyssey to bring back a missing amulet, supposed to protect the dead from evil, to the mummy awaiting its return. Original.

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E.A.M. Jakab has written both fiction and non-fiction for both adults and young adults. The Bank Street College of Education was founded in 1916 in New York City under the name, the Bureau of Education Experiments. Known throughout the world as "America's most trusted name in early childhood education," its mission is to make learning meaningful for all children.

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