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Hatshepsut Of Egypt (the Thinking Girl's Treasury Of Real Princesses)

Hatshepsut Of Egypt

Goosebottom Books


MPN: FBA-|303110
ISBN: 0984509801
Author: Shirin Yim Bridges

Your child will love Hatshepsut Of Egypt (the Thinking Girl's Treasury Of Real Princesses). The author is Shirin Yim Bridges and it was published sometime in October of 2010 by Goosebottom Books. The book is 24 pages long. The book dimensions are 10.63" Height x 9.25" Length x 0.39" Width. It weighs roughly 0.82 lbs.

Combining the romance and enchantment of princesses with a message of youthful female empowerment, these books are about girls who didn't just sit about waiting to be rescued. Against great odds, they changed their very own lives— and their worlds. Stories of princesses from different cultures and various epochs in background are richly illustrated with photographs, maps, and lovely pen-and-watercolor paintings that help bring these fascinating females to life.

Bringing to life the story of a woman who boldly declared herself pharaoh, this book tells of Hatshepsut, who lived in ancient Egypt. The boy-king so surrounded by this treasure would turn out to be one of a lot of most renowned names in background. and How did she come to be buried, like Tutankhamun, in the Valley in the Kings? , this book also has sections on the clothes Hatshepsut wore, the foods she ate, and why she is remembered nowadays. But the less-famous princess Hatshepsut had accumulated much from the wealth that was buried in the tomb. Answering such concerns as How did she make Egypt so wealthy? When explorers first chipped a hole through a wall and shined a light into Tutankhamun's tomb, everything it touched glinted with gold and gleamed with silver.



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