Read the World: Egypt

Updated: May 16

Children's Fiction





Children's Non-Fiction


Egyptology: Search for the Tomb of Osiris


With a stunning gold foiled and embossed cover featuring three 'jewels', and with its creation overseen by TGH James, ex keeper of Egyptian Antiquities at the British Museum, Egyptology is Emily Sands' lavish 1926 scrapbook journal of a lost expedition. Full of novelties and recreations, such as a piece of mummy cloth, a booklet on hieroglyphs and a working board game , the book brims with beautiful art and fascinating facts about Ancient Egypt, and a has a final magnificent novelty in the back case.




So You Think You've Got it Bad? A Kid's Life in Ancient Egypt


A kid's life in ancient Egypt might sound like fun with all the cool pyramids and glorious sunny weather, but actually it was rather tough!


In this hilarious collaboration with the British Museum, , children will learn exactly how difficult life really was, from dodging Deathstalker scorpions and cleaning up cow dung, to fetching water from the well, eating roast hedgehog and being slammed in the stocks for being naughty at school! Probably the first book about ancient Egypt that involves bubble wrap and skateboards!






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