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National Geographic Readers: Mummies
by Elizabeth Carney
Fun, informative, and well-written introduction to mummies for younger kids. It has lots of big colorful pictures but some of them are rather gruesome for that age group.
Mummies in the Morning (Magic Tree House Book 3)
by Mary Pope Osborne
Two children help an Egyptian Queen find her copy of the Book of the Dead. Good introduction to Egyptian culture for younger children.
Awesome Egyptians (Horrible Histories)
by Terry Deary
Step back to an awesomely ancient time with the Awesome Egyptians. Discover which king had the worst blackheads, why some kings had to wear false beards and why the peasants were revolting. History with the nasty bits left in!
Soulful Creatures: Animal Mummies in Ancient Egypt
by Edward Bleiberg, Yekaterina Barbash, and Lisa Bruno
A description of animal mummification with many examples from the collection of the Brooklyn Museum. Includes many pictures and a lot of unusual animals.
How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Teach Yourself
by Mark Collier
An easy introduction to reading Egyptian hieroglyphs, using items in museums for practice. Learn to read off the walls and impress your friends!
Classic Mummy Movies
The Mummy's Hand
starring Lon Chaney
This black-and-white movie is the original story behind the modern Mummy movie blockbusters. The 3000-year old body of princess Ananka is protected by a modern magician and an ancient Mummy named Kharis. While the special effects are dated, it is still scary today.
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