Mangy Mummies, Menacing Pharaohs, and the Awful Afterlife
A Moth-Eaten History of the Extraordinary Egyptians!
From feast days of gods and goddesses to victory celebrations, the ancient Egyptians looked for any excuse to throw a party. However, the largest social group included slaves, laborers, and peasants who worked really hard and likely didn't get to enjoy these occasions as much as the pharaoh or his family. Fun facts about how mummies were created, the ins and outs of the Egyptians gods and goddesses, and more engage readers in an important historical period. A colorful layout, complete with comical illustrations, complements the main content's lighthearted tone and entertaining take on ancient Egypt.