Egyptian Tales: The Magic and the Mummy

Author(s): Terry Deary

Non-Fiction

From the bestselling author of Horrible Histories...

This is a tale of Neria, who works in the House of Death helping her father to make mummies. Neria enjoys her work, but when the pharaoh dies, everyone is so busy that Neria is given the responsibility of mummifying the pharaoh's cat, to accompany him to the afterlife. The trouble is, Neria doesn't want to kill and gut the cat! Can she find a way to save it - without being caught and punished?

Terry Deary's Egyptian Tales explore the world of Ancient Egypt through the eyes of children who could have lived at the time. These stories feature real people and take place in some of the most recognisable Egyptian settings. This new edition features notes for the reader to help extend learning and exploration of the historical period.

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'Horrible Histories' author Terry Deary's fast-paced, hilarious and gripping stories bring Ancient Egypt to life. This new edition includes brand new readers' notes to help extend learning and exploration of the time period.

Terry Deary is the author of over 200 fiction and non-fiction books, which have been published in 32 languages. His historical fiction for older children Tudor Terror has been praised as "a marvellous blend of fact and fiction" (School Librarian). His non-fiction has been consistently in the best-seller lists since 1994. His Horrible Histories celebrated their 15th anniversary in 2008, having sold over 10 million copies worldwide and been adapted as television series, theatre tours and museum exhibitions. Terry Deary was voted "Outstanding children's non-fiction author of the 20th Century" by Books for Keeps magazine.

General Fields

  • : 9781472942166
  • : Bloomsbury Educational
  • : Bloomsbury Educational
  • : September 2017
  • : 198mm X 129mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : November 2017
  • : books

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  • : Terry Deary
  • : Paperback
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