Tutankhamens Gift



Tutankhamens Gift Small And Frail, Tutankhamen Was An All But Ignored Member Of The Royal Family Of The Great Egyptian Pharoah Amenhotep III At The School Of The Menoi, Or Tutors, He Did Not Excel At Physical Activities With The Other Royal Princes Keeping To Himself, He Observed And Admired The Work Of His Father S Craftsmen, Who Built Glorious Temples To Egypt S Many Gods Someday He Too Would Find A Gift For Those Gods Then Amenhotep III Died And The Unpopular Reign Of Tutankhamen S Brother Ended In Mystery Who Now Would Be Pharoah Could It Be A Boy Of Only Ten As He Did With The Life Of Saint Valentine Atheneum, 1992 , Robert Sabuda Combines Simple Text With Artwork True To The Historical Period In Which Tutankhamen Lived.

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Tutankhamens Gift
  • Robert Sabuda
  • English
  • 03 December 2017
  • 0689817304

10 thoughts on “Tutankhamens Gift

  1. Calista says:

    My niece begged to have this book read telling me she loves this book It is about Tutankhamen growing up seeing his father build Egypt and then after his death his older brother is not a good ruler Eventually it falls to him to bring b...

  2. Jessica says:

    I really enjoyed this book I am familiar with the history and liked the way Sabuda shared the information The illustrations are beautiful Love Sabuda s work.

  3. Ebookwormy1 says:

    This is a beautifully illustrated and engagingly written historical fiction book for children.What I liked The illustrations are amazing Amazing in a historically accurate, give you a feel for ancient egypt kind of way Little Tut s two cats appear in most pages and it is fun to find them The theme of the little, overlooked boy, assuming leadership was good I like the idea another reviewer had of using this book to teach students about historical fiction, and having them identify w This is a beautifully illustrated and engagingly written historical fiction book for children.What I liked The illustrations are amazing Amazing in a historically accurate, give you a feel for ancient egypt kind of way Little Tut s two cats appear in most pages and it is fun to find them The theme of the little, overlooked boy, assuming leadership was good I like the idea another reviewer had of using this book to teach students about historical fiction, and having them identify what we know from documents and excavation, and what we don t know based on fact This would be a great exercise for older elementary students For example, we know Tut was small but we do not know if he was overlooked We know the older brother demanded worship of one god and was not liked by the people, but we do not know what kind of relationship he had with e...

  4. Cris says:

    Beautiful intro to art history BUT the history and the writing craft paint a confusing and incomplete picture Hmmm I m still debating wether I want to use the book There s a tendency for people today to regard polytheism of old as a panacea of religious tolerance So the missing historical components of Sabuda s storytelling here could be understood to be confusing polytheism and religious tolerance by impressionable readers young and old He focuses solely on the religious differences betwee Beautiful intro to art history BUT the history and the writing craft paint a confusing and incomplete picture Hmmm I m still debating wether I want to use the book There s a tendency for people today to regard polytheism of old as a panacea of religious tolerance So the missing historical components of Sabuda s storytelling here could be understood to be confusing polytheism and religious tolerance by impressionable readers young and old He focuses solely on the religious differences between Tutankhamen and Amhotep and not at all on the few known facts of his statescraft Did Amenhotep institute the monotheism Yes But he seems to have been a terrible ruler and that was also why he was hated I can deal with a little poetic license in exchange for a lot of pictures of good Egyptian art in a child friendly story however I can t say I care for the ambiguous picture of Tutankhamen of restoring truth and beauty surrounded by disembodied entities He may have been looking to illustrate some...

  5. Danie Plott says:

    Tutankhamen s Gift is a beautiful way to experience a little bit of Ancient Egyptian history The story reveals the life of Tutankhamen and his predecessors, starting first with his respected father and then his tyrannical older brother This would be an excellent book for any child learning about ancient Egypt, as Sabuda writes such a simple and enjoyable story that contains great facts and shows the culture of the time Sabuda creates two dimensional artwork that is just as stunning as his thr Tutankhamen s Gift is a beautiful way to experience a little bit of Ancient Egyp...

  6. Trace says:

    My son enjoyed this book, as we ve been studying ancient Egypt lately I PARTICULARLY found this book fascinating in reading other books about Tutankhamen I had learned that King Tut s father was actually Akhenaten Amenhotep IV in this book King Tut, Amenhotep III is loosely portrayed as the father which initially confused me until I reread ...

  7. Ruth says:

    This is a fictional account of King Tut s childhood and how he came to be Pharaoh It tells a story that is based on facts but also adds in some details that may or may not be true but help bring the story to life It is the story of a great Pharaoh who dies, a son who destroys much of the good that his father had don...

  8. Teri says:

    We ve read this on several occasions now, first to learn about Tutankhanem and then when we learned about his father or older brother Amenhotep IV renamed himself Akhenaten He was the pharoah who tried to convert Egypt to monotheism Tutankhamen was the pharoah that rebuilt many temples to the various Gods that Amenhotep had destroyed Very interesting subject matter on various levels Here s a good youtube video we watched about Amenhotephttp www.youtube.com watch v yWpMBIstart abo We ve read this on several occasions now, first to learn about Tutankhanem and th...

  9. Eden says:

    Tut was young when his father passed and his older brother took over But when his brother passed, there was no one left, but Tut to take over He was still young, but he stepped up and took his brother s place.This is based on the story of King Tut s l...

  10. Tanner Mendelson says:

    This is a good picture book to describe one author s interpretation of how the pharaoh, Tutankhamen, came to the throne of ancient Egypt Social studies teachers could use this picture book to describe how historians use primary and archeolo...

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