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A Time Traveller's Field Notes to Ancient Egypt

A Time Traveller's Field Notes to Ancient Egypt
A Time Traveller's Field Notes to Ancient Egypt
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Since the discovery of their father's time machine in 1915, Henrietta and her brother Tom have secretly travelled back through the ages to experience history at first hand. In this journal, Henrietta has recorded her field notes and observations of their exciting adventures in ancient Egypt. The journal is not the ramblings of an over-imaginative teenager, but an accurate record of real animals and people living in extraordinary times. The fascinating science-faction accounts will not only delight, but will also help to further the reader's knowledge of ancient Egypt.

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Pages: 97
Reading Level: Advanced (9 to 13)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-84956-307-9
Categories: Action Adventure, Educational
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: history, egypt, pyramids, mummies, archeology
Date Added: October 18, 2011
This edition published in Great Britain in by Top That Publishing plc Marine House Tide Mill Way Woodbridge Suffolk IP12 1AP UK wwwtopthatpublishingcom  All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying recording or otherwise without the prior written permission of the publisher Neither this book nor any part nor any of the illustrations photographs or reproductions contained in it shall be sold or disposed of otherwise than as a complete book and any unauthorised sale of such part illustration photograph or reproduction shall be deemed to be a breach of the publishers copyright ISBN A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library This is a work of fiction Names characters places incidents and dialogues are products of the authors imagination or are used fictitiously Any resemblance to actual people living or dead events or locales is entirely coincidental Creative Director Simon Couchman Editorial Director Daniel Graham Art Editor Matt Denny Written by Gordon Volke Illustrations by Neil Reed and Robert Nicholls Consultant Editor Dr Neal Spencer The choir were in fine singing voice at this mornings church service White Christmas December 25th  Happy Christmas to my new journal and friend We are having a white Christmas this year but without any snow The frost this morning was the thickest I have ever seen It covered everything with a freezing layer of dazzling white turning the leaf less trees into icy skeletons and spiders webs into glittering patterns of enchanting beauty The breath from the horses bringing people to church hung in the air like clouds Reverend Thomas who has taken over Fathers duties while he is away at The War came striding out of the vestry and slipped over I saw his legs go right up in the air in front of him before he hit the ground Fortunately he was wearing so many heavy robes that he