Mummies Made in Egypt

Paperback | September 25, 1985

byAliki

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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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"A fine source (describes) Egyptian gods and goddesses of the dead; explains the symbols and foundation of the belief in the afterlife; (and presents) the elaborate rituals (and methods of mummification). . . . The art is stunning, the text uncompromisingly informative and clear".--New York Times. Full-color illustrations

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Aliki describes and illustrates the techniques and the reasons for the use of mummification in ancient Egypt.

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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Format:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.08 inPublished:September 25, 1985Publisher:HarperCollins

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0064460118

ISBN - 13:9780064460118

Appropriate for ages: 4 - 8

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"A fine source (describes) Egyptian gods and goddesses of the dead; explains the symbols and foundation of the belief in the afterlife; (and presents) the elaborate rituals (and methods of mummification). . . . The art is stunning, the text uncompromisingly informative and clear".--New York Times. Full-color illustrations

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"A fine source (describes) Egyptian gods and goddesses of the dead; explains the symbols and foundation of the belief in the afterlife; (and presents) the elaborate rituals (and methods of mummification). . . . The art is stunning, the text uncompromisingly informative and clear". (New York Times)