African History for Kids

Pyramid

Pyramid

Houghton Mifflin Books for Children


MPN: FBA-|297987
UPS: 046442214070
ISBN: 0395214076
Author: David Macaulay

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Text and black-and-white illustrations follow the intricate step-by-step process of the building of an ancient Egyptian pyramid.
You must get a copy of Pyramid a wonderful book by David Macaulay. The author is David Macaulay and the publisher is Houghton Mifflin Books for Children. This children's book was available on bookshelves in September of 1975. At the Dewey Decimal Classification number is DT63.M25. The child's book is 80 pages long and it has artwork, add to cart by selecting the link below.

When children catch their initial glimpse of a pyramid, a sea of questions inevitably tumbles forth."" Who developed them? (Ages 9 and older) --Gail Hudson"Perplexed adults can sigh with relief now that David Macaulay has identified a strategy to thoroughly answer all those deserving questions. Just when the narrative teeters on the edge of textbook doldrums, Macaulay brings us back for the engaging human drama of death and superstition."Why are they shaped like that? This respectful blending of architecture, history, and mysticism will certainly satiate pyramid-passionate children too as their obliging parents. His exquisitely crosshatched pen-and-ink illustrations frame the engaging fictional story of an ancient pharaoh who commissions a pyramid to be built for him. ALA Notable Book. With great patience and respect for minute detail (not not like the creators in the early pyramids) , Macaulay explains the sometimes backbreaking tasks of planning, hauling, chiseling, digging, and hoisting that went into the construction of this awe-inspiring monument."" How had been they made?"" What were they employed for?



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