Mummies Made in Egypt, Volume 36

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Harper Collins, Sep 25, 1985 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Aliki describes and illustrates the techniques and the reasons for the use of mummification in ancient Egypt.

 

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User Review  - lmhudson - LibraryThing

This book made it fun and interesting to learn the facts about making mummies. It provided interesting pictures of the events that take place during the mummification, and little passages or notes about them. I found this book to be very educational and also fun at the same time. Read full review

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User Review  - crashingwaves38 - LibraryThing

I thought that this was a pretty good summary of mummification. It hit on a little bit of the history and changes of it, the aspects of the burial, a little bit about why they did mummification, all without getting too long or getting too involved in the explanation. Read full review

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Aliki has written and illustrated many books, both fiction and nonfiction, loved by readers throughout the world. The books were inspired by a word, an experience, or the desire to find out. Aliki says, "I'm not so great at pushing buttons, but I know things happen when you do." Aliki lives in London, England.

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