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You Wouldn't Want to Be an Inca Mummy!: A One-Way Journey You'd Rather Not Make By Colin Hynson David Antram,

  • Title: You Wouldn't Want to Be an Inca Mummy!: A One-Way Journey You'd Rather Not Make
  • Author: Colin Hynson David Antram
  • ISBN: 9780531139264
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
  • Features Humorous Handy Hints that relate directly to the text are provided on each spread High interest topic for children of all ages 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 Includes glossary and index Perfect for stFeatures Humorous Handy Hints that relate directly to the text are provided on each spread High interest topic for children of all ages 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 Includes glossary and index Perfect for struggling readers
    You Wouldn t Want to Be an Inca Mummy A One Way Journey You d Rather Not Make Features Humorous Handy Hints that relate directly to the text are provided on each spread High interest topic for children of all ages Draws in even the most reluctant reader with a lighthearted tone

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    1. The Incan civilization practised the art of mummification If you were a king, when you died, you would be mummified before you were placed in your tomb You would then face an eternity of being brought out on major holy days and paraded around the city.This book spends some time on the mummies, but also gives the reader a background on the Incan Civilization as a whole This helps to set the context for why mummies were important For the junior reader, there is a lot of information here for resear [...]

    2. Colin Hynson describes the funereal rituals bestowed on 15th century Inca emperors In addition to explaining the process of mummification, Hynson also outlines the life, responsibilities, and religious beliefs of an Inca emperor Excellent series fun and informative Phenomenal way to teach children about history Clever, eye catching page layouts and great use of humor.

    3. The title is misleading as the book is about being an Incan ruler than about becoming a mummy but it was a very informative book nonetheless As usual it didn t leave out the gory bits and the kids enjoyed the comic book type format.

    4. We learned a lot about the Inca civilization The book was written well and had some funny parts too Ages 6 and up.

    5. This is a book that should definitely be aimed at older children given the concept of killing slaves I was disappointed Not appropriate for my 5 year old that s interested in other cultures.

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