|By (author):||Kids, National Geographic|
|Subject:||JUVENILE FICTION / Readers / Beginner|
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / History / Ancient|
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / People & Places / Africa|
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / Readers / Intermediate|
|Publisher:||National Geographic Children's Books|
|Size:||9.00in x 6.00in|
|From The Publisher*||Travel back to ancient Egypt, visit the great pyramids, read about Cleopatra's life, and learn about mummies!|
Young readers can explore the amazing world of ancient Egypt in this Level 1, 2, and 3 reader collection that contains Ancient Egypt (Level 3), Cleopatra (Level 3), Mummies (Level 2), and Pyramids (Level 1). Fascinating information about ancient history is accompanied by striking photographs that pique kids' curiosity and inspire them to learn more about the natural world.
National Geographic Readers have been a hit in the beginning reader category, and this book follows upon that success with the same combination of careful text, brilliant photographs, and the fun approach to high-interest subjects that has proved to be a winning formula with kids.
|Biographical Note||LAURA MARSH has worked in children's publishing for nearly 20 years as an editor, packager, and currently as an author. She has written numerous books in the National Geographic Kids Readers series, including Sea Otters, Turtles, and Red Pandas. BARBARA KRAMER began writing biographies for children and young adults after following the advice of another author who said, "Write what you like to read." Her subjects have included both historical figures and people in the news. ELIZABETH CARNEY is a writer and editor who specializes in nonfiction children's books and science, math, and STEM-related magazines. Her author credits include Everything Big Cats, Everything Dolphins, Great Migrations: Whales, Wildebeests, Butterflies, Elephants, and Other Amazing Animals on the Move, and several titles in the Face to Face and National Geographic Readers series. STEPHANIE WARREN DRIMMER writes books and magazine features for kids about everything from the strangest places in space to the chemistry of cookies to the mysteries of the human brain. Drimmer has a degree in science journalism from New York University.|