"Queen Serpot rules the Land of Women, where the Amazon women live free, without men, and hunt and fight their own battles. But one day their peace is broken. An army of Egyptian soldiers is approaching their land, led by their prince, Pedikhons. Pedikhons has heard stories of these warrior women. Now he has come to see them with his own eyes--and to challenge them to combat. But the brave Serpot and her women are full of surprises. Can woman truly equal man in strength and courage? This story of love and war is based on an actual Egyptian scroll from the Greco-Roman period. [Includes] hieroglyphic translations of key phrases, intricate paintings in the Egyptian and Assyrian styles, and extensive notes about both cultures"--Simon & Schuster WWW site
As he paints the lion, hawk, crocodile, and cobra that his son has managed to coax to serve as models for the decorations on the tomb of Prince Dhutmose, Pepi's father captures an even more important animal
"When Prince Thutmose visits the Pyramids of Giza, he discovers the head of the Great Sphinx sticking out of the sand. To his surprise, the Sphinx says Thutmose will do great things for Egypt. Will the Sphinx's words come true, or is Thutmose simply dreaming?" --Cover p. 4
Thoth, the Egyptian god of wisdom, wrote everything he knew in a book which he hid and protected with powerful magic. A clever prince thinks he can break the spell and gain access to all the wisdom in the book. Can he do it? Should he try?
Tells the story of the enslavement of the children of Israel by the pharaoh, the coming of Moses, the ten plagues that struck Egypt, and the delivery of the children of Israel from slavery, the event that became known as Passover