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How to Be an Egyptian Princess (How to Be)

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You know you were born to rule! But will the ancient Egyptians choose you? Find out by putting yourself in line to be their next Princess. This illustrated book will groom you for your all-important interview with the pharaohs. You’ll dress to impress, and to stay cool in the desert heat. Your new royal family will answer all your questions: What are your duties at court? ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published May 13th 2008 by National Geographic Children's Books (first published April 1st 1999)
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Have YOU got what it takes to be an Egyptian Princess? This creative history book teleports kids back to ancient times through the pretext of applying for the job as the daughter of an Egyptian King. Opening with a job description that includes such duties as obedience, dignity and “avoiding jealousy and plotting,” the book includes a map of the fertile crescent and overview of the topography and climate before delving into the details of life in the palace. Spanning such details as people (roya ...more
Set up like an Eyewitness book with lots of facts on each page, this book tells about the day to day life of an Egyptian princess. I would say this one is about at a 4th grade level. It clearly illustrates how the life of a princess was hard work!
Catriona thinks this book is detailed. It speaks a lot about what an Egyptian princess would wear. It also addressed what their duties were.
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