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You wouldn't want to be Tutankhamen! : a mummy who really got meddled with (utgåvan 2007)

av David Stewart

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- Humorous Handy Hints that relate directly to the text are provided on each spread.- High interest topic for children of all ages.- Includes Table of Contents, glossary, and index.- Draws in even the most reluctant reader with a lighthearted tone and hilarious illustrations.- The cultures and traditions of ancient civilizations spring to life in the pages of this series.- Perfect for struggling readers.Grades K-4 Social Studies: II. Time, Continuity, and Change- Accounts of past events, people, places, and situations contribute to our understanding of the pastI. Culture- People, societies, and cultures address needs and concerns in ways that are both similar and different… (mer)
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Titel:You wouldn't want to be Tutankhamen! : a mummy who really got meddled with
Författare:David Stewart
Info:New York : Franklin Watts, 2007.
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I think the book was a quick read, but a lot of information! the only thing I disagree with is the handy hints after we're dead. How are we supposed to do anything about it? But it did provide a lot of information that I did not know. Like the possible reasons that he could have died. I thought it was infection. But overall, it was 4 stars. ( )
  TChandler.ELA1 | Oct 18, 2019 |
Overall I only liked this book.I find it pointless to give advice on things after you died,like "don't get discovered or you won't rest in peace". How do we not get discovered? Do we build a time machine and kill the person before they discover you? I still learned off of it like that the Egyptians measure a heart to a feather, I bet no one has passed that test yet. I find it dumb how the Egyptian take people picked by the 'God' and put them into rule after 'god' dies,one gods don't die two if the person picked is a random rich Egyptian how can he be a 'god'? I don't blame them they were alive before AD even existed.
This book told me about a kid who became the ruler of Egypt.The kids name is Tutankhamen. He got 'advised' by other important people.He died in his young teens.One of our guesses is because he got a leg infection after he broke his leg. His proper supplies for his barrel were't ready.He was the 7th child but the first son. His father died when Tutankhamen was only 8. Tutankhamen had to marry a half sister to continue the royal blood.We wouldn't have known this if we haven't discovered his mummy. ( )
  KarinaL.B2 | Oct 15, 2018 |
This book starts out with the birth of Tutankhamen (or King Tut) and his royal family. His father does not believe in the religion that has been passed done by other pharaohs. This leads Akhenaten (his father) to create a new religion. It then talks about the childhood of Tutankhamen. How he went to school, what he did at school and other things. Tutankhamen's father dies and Nefertiti (his mother) becomes pharaoh. Once he's nine years old, he is are forced to marry his sister in order to keep the royal blood and become pharaoh. King Tut's sudden death causes questioning. How? He was mummified and put in a tomb. The person who found his tomb was Howard Carter.

For my last book, I read "You Wouldn't want to Be Tutankhamen!" I rated it three stars. Why? This book was not as interesting as I expected it to be. I was hoping for more light on what he did in his daily life. I was also hopping for more information on his family tree. I liked the descriptions on the mummification. It was full of interesting and sometimes disturbing facts. The pictures in the book was a good explanation of the paragraph(s) that had topics. Overall, I am pleased that I read this book. ( )
  mihiretB.B1 | Oct 4, 2016 |
The book talks about why you wouldn't want to be Tutankhamen. Tutankhamen (or king Tut) became Pharaoh when he was only nine after his dad died. He had to marry his older half-sister, and changed his name from Tutankhaten, to Tutankhamen. Tutankhamen was forced to marry his older half-sister so that the royal families blood stayed pure.Tutankhamen dies in his teen years. Archaeologists still don't know the cause of Tutankhamen's death. It could have been murder or simply an infection that set after he broke his leg. In 1922 English Archaeologist Howard Carter finds Tutankhamen's tomb. It was the most famous archaeological discovery in the world.

I decided to give this book three stars. Why? Well I enjoined reading this book because it gives you good facts and ideas of how it was to be a pharaoh at the age of nine. It was also very pleasant to read a book that was considered short, but still gives you all the information you need. Another thing that made the book fun and interesting were the pictures.
One thing that I did not really like about the book was the ending. It just wasn't how I expected it to end. Still overall the book was great! ( )
  IsabelG.B1 | Sep 30, 2016 |
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- Humorous Handy Hints that relate directly to the text are provided on each spread.- High interest topic for children of all ages.- Includes Table of Contents, glossary, and index.- Draws in even the most reluctant reader with a lighthearted tone and hilarious illustrations.- The cultures and traditions of ancient civilizations spring to life in the pages of this series.- Perfect for struggling readers.Grades K-4 Social Studies: II. Time, Continuity, and Change- Accounts of past events, people, places, and situations contribute to our understanding of the pastI. Culture- People, societies, and cultures address needs and concerns in ways that are both similar and different

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