If I Were A Kid in Ancient Egypt

If I Were A Kid in Ancient Egypt

Book - 2006
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Ancient Egypt is one of the most evocative cultures for young readers. This book shows them what their lives would have been like there. There was no school, since most people couldn't read or write, and no need to worry about fashion, because children didn't wear clothes! Rich or poor, their houses would have been made of mud bricks. If I Were a Kid in Ancient Egypt takes readers through daily life in a vibrant culture that pioneered paper, linen, irrigation, medicine, and much more, and shows how these inventions came about and how they affected the culture's younger citizens.
Publisher: Peterborough, NH : Cricket Books, 2006
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780812679328
0812679326
Branch Call Number: j 932 I23 2006
Characteristics: 31 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Waryncia, Lou
Sheldon, Kenneth M.

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What was life like for kids in ancient Egypt? There was no school, since most people couldn't read or write, and no need to worry about fashion, because children didn't wear clothes! Rich or poor, their houses would have been made of mud bricks.

If I Were a Kid in Ancient Egypt takes readers through daily life in a vibrant culture that pioneered paper, linen, irrigation, medicine, and much more, and shows how these inventions came about and how they affected the culture's younger citizens.


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