The Egyptian Echo
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The Egyptian Echo

4.12 (24 ratings by Goodreads)
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Description

Why DID the Egyptians build the pyramids? What do those squiggly hieroglyphics really mean? Why did Pharaohs wear snakes in their hats? Find out in the Egyptian Echo. It's a fresh and lively look at Ancient Egyptian history told by way of screaming headlines and hot-under-the-collar tabloid journalism. Covering 3,000 years in 32 pages, it's bursting with facts and humour. Cats - Just How Sacred Are They?, King Tut in Ostrich Outrage, Sex Change Pharaoh Claims Dad was a God. Read all about it in the Echo - it's sphinxational!show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 212 x 270 x 8mm | 117.93g
  • Usborne Publishing Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • colour and b&w illustrations
  • 0746027516
  • 9780746027516
  • 206,370

Table of contents

News pages - old kingdom news - smiting, pyramids and hieroglyphs, middle kingdom news - smiting, jewels and foreigners, new kindgom news - smiting, god-swapping and mummies; free gift - your phenomenal Pharo board game; features - fashion - dress to impress Tut style, Bata's beauty spot, dreams - what do they really mean?, health - Dr. Ahhk is the Echo's doc on the spot, arts - royal portrait controversy; entertainment - your sensational B-Z guide to throwing parties, snubbing your guests and being sick with style; problem page - riveting reading for life's twists and turns; pets corner - goose watch - nine things you never knew about geese; quiz contest - wholesome and educational entertaintment for a rainy Sunday afternoon; ads - small ads - looking for a job?, don't start here!; sports review - hunting news - cat chaos in the Delta.show more

Review quote

'A history book doesn't have to be boring - your child can take in the facts in the form of tabloid newspaper headlines in the Newspaper Histories (will you pick up the Stone Age Sentinel or the Egyptian Echo?). Suddenly medieval events seem a lot more like our big news stories of the day...' - The School Runshow more

Rating details

24 ratings
4.12 out of 5 stars
5 46% (11)
4 29% (7)
3 17% (4)
2 8% (2)
1 0% (0)
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