ANCIENT EGYPT
List of Books

 

King Tut


The following books are available on loan from Mrs. McMurtrie’s classroom:

The Usborne Young Scientist: Archaeology (1991)
Archaeologists Dig for Clues (1997)
Eyewitness Books: Archaeology (1994)
Dig Magazine
Incredible Buried Treasure (1994)
See Inside an Egyptian Town (1986)
Make It Work! Ancient Egypt (1995)
Ancient Egypt (1993)
Ancient Egypt (1995)
Eyewitness Books: Ancient Egypt (1990)
Ms. Frizzle’s Adventures: Ancient Egypt (2001)
Egypt (2001)
Pyramids (1996)
Who Built the Pyramids? (1995)
Pyramids! 50 Hands-on Activities to Experience Ancient Egypt (1997)
Everyday Life in the Ancient World (2002)
The World of the Pharaoh (1998)
Mummies of the Pharaohs: Exploring the Valley of the Kings (2001)
Eyewitness Books: Mummy (1993)
Mummies, Bones, and Body Parts (2001)
Secrets of the Mummies (1998)
Mummy Riddles (1997)
Cat Mummies (1996)
The Best Book of Mummies (1999)
Tales Mummies Tell (1985)
Totally Amazing Mummies (1998)
You Wouldn’t Want to be an Egyptian Mummy: Disgusting Things You’d Rather Not Know (2000)
Magic Tree House: Mummies in the Morning (1993)
Magic Tree House: Mummies and Pyramids Research Guide (2001)
Tut’s Mummy Lost and Found (1988)
Mummies (1996)
Mummies Unwrapped! (2001)
3-D Thrillers! Mummies (2001)
Mummies Made in Egypt (1979)
Into the Mummy’s Tomb (1992)
Hieroglyphs from A to Z (1991)
The Hieroglyphs Handbook (1999)
Baboons Waited on Tables in Ancient Egypt (1996)
Horrible Histories: The Awesome Egyptians (1993)
The Time Warp Trio: Tut Tut (1996)

 

This website is maintained by Deborah McMurtrie, a second grade teacher at Aiken Preparatory School. Each year the second and third grade students at Aiken Prep research, write, and produce an original play. This year we decided to research ancient Egypt.

 

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http://rpsec.usca.sc.edu/Classwork/731sp2004/Lesson/McMurtrie/WWWEgypt8.html (February 2004)