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Stories from Ancient Egypt

by Joyce A. Tyldesley

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An educational retelling of a number of ancient Egyptian myths, aimed at a readership of about a fifth of my age, so didn't quite grab me. I knew far fewer of these stories than I had expected, but wasn't sure that this was the way to treat them most effectively. ( )
  nwhyte | Jan 5, 2012 |
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This book is a retelling of Egyptian stories for children (ages 6-11 depending on reading skill) with question and answer sections, a hieroglyphic alphabet and original black and white line drawings by Julian Heath. It is the children's version of Tales from Ancient Egypt, also published by Rutherford Press Ltd.

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Some of the most interesting and entertaining myths and legends from Ancient Egypt are given a lively re-telling by Joyce Tyldesley. These include stories about the gods, such as The Creation of the World, Hathor and the Red Beer, and the myths about Osiris, Isis and Horus. Fairy stories and incredible adventures are represented by The Story of the Shipwrecked Sailor, The Adventures of Sinuhe and The Prince, the Dog, the Snake and the Crocodile, while good and bad behaviour are to be found in Three Magical Stories and The Story of Truth and Falsehood. King Ramesses II himself tells us about Th.… (more)

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