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The Lost King: Akhenaton (Ancient Egyptian Mysteries)

By: Kristi McCraken
Narrated by: The Staff at High Noon Books
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This mysterious Pharaoh's ideas caused a religious revolution in ancient Egypt, and future kings would try to erase all records of him. Akhenaton's story has only recently been reconstructed. Strange in his art, his beliefs, and even his body, the king who was made to disappear has been found again.

The Lost King: Akhenaton is part of the Quick Read non-fiction series “Ancient Egyptian Mysteries” that engages readers of all ages. Travel to ancient Egypt and explore the facts and mysteries of how the Great Pyramid of Khufu was built, how the pharaohs of Kush took over Egypt, the religious revolution of the pharaoh Akhenaton, the process of preparing mummies, and how the Rosetta Stone unlocked the meaning of hieroglyphics.

©2004 High Noon Books (P)2004 High Noon Books

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Fine for kids

Yes, this was definitely written for children. I should’ve checked the length of run time on the book before I bought it. Still, I did learn a few things and that was the point in the first place so can’t complain too much.

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Boring

Why does it seem as if it is written for children! Very simplistic and boring

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