Author(s): Lorraine Jean Hopping
Though the ancient civilisation of Egypt may be long gone, its dead still have secrets to tell. From the myth of Isis and Osiris, to King Tut's tomb, to the intricacies of preparing the body for its underworld journey, Inside Out: Egyptian Mummy takes you step by step into a tomb. Get a fascinating glimpse into how an ancient culture saw death and the afterlife beyond.Alongside beautiful illustrations and photographs, an interactive die-cut model reveals the many rites of the Egyptian tomb: the golden burial mask, lucky amulets, linen wrappings, even the mummified body and preserved sacred organs. And when it comes to hieroglyphics, hidden burial grounds, and missing treasure, there's always more to uncover.
Lorraine Jean Hopping grew up in small-town Michigan. At the age of twenty-one, she moved to New York City to launch a career in publishing, eventually making her way into the worlds of magazines, books, radio, software, board games, toys, and websites. Currently she enthusiastically explores the overlap between digital fiction, games, multimedia, and interactivity. .