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Mystery of the Egyptian Scroll (Kid Detective Zet)
ASIN번호 1478305703
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Review Historical Novel Society"Peters is such a natural and gifted storyteller, so adept at bringing the sights and sounds and smells of ancient Egypt alive, that readers of all ages will be swept along." (The God Catcher)--Steve Donoghue, Historical Novel Society, 2012, All rights reserved   Middle Grade Fiction Finder  "Action-packed"          Spike Brown, 'Escape to Molokai'    "A great read" "A big hit in our library, can't keep it on the shelf." - E. Crow, Librarian   "Excellent 'Indiana Jones' style mystery."   "We're doing a homeschool unit on ancient Egypt. My daughter loved it."  - M. Coffin   "As a former teacher, I am always interested in books that may get children reading, and this is one!" - C. Ahlm "fans of Steven Saylor or PC Doherty ancient detective series will lap this one up." Read more From the Author Q: Why do you think people love ancient Egypt? A: Most readers will agree--something magical happens the first time you hear about ancient Egypt. Maybe you see a mummy movie or visit a museum. Or, like me, a teacher hands you a mysterious worksheet at school. At that moment of discovery, a jolt grips you with intense curiosity.     Q: Fascination draws you in? A: Exactly. Who were these people? What did their strange symbols mean? How did they create such intense history and what were their daily lives like? You wonder what it would be like to walk the streets of ancient Egypt and see what they saw.    Q: What defining moment made you write about ancient Egypt? A: On a school field trip to a museum, I saw a mummy in a glass case. The mummy's fingers were poking through the wrappings. When I got over how wonderfully creepy it looked, something happened. It dawned on me that those fingers, that hand, once did normal human things; tucked a child in at night, held another person's hand, brushed hair out of eyes on windy days. All thousands of years ago. Somehow, the emotion of the person was still there in that mummy. He wasn't just an artifact. He was a person with stories to tell. I decided then and there I wanted to give life to the ancient past in a way that was fun and approachable. Q: What message do you have for your readers? A: I know many of you are Egypt obsessed like me. Thanks for letting me share my love of ancient Egypt with you.    Read more From the Inside Flap Meet Zet, history's favorite kid detective. Read more From the Back Cover Zet and Kat are in charge, now that their father is off fighting the Hyksos. Times are rough. One day, Zet spots a thief running from the medjay police. When the man gets away, the authorities offer a generous payment for his capture. If Zet can find that thief, he'll win the much-needed reward. His problems will be solved! The chase leads him and Kat into forbidden temples whispering with the voices of ancient gods, through a mysterious land of gold and majesty that the world has never forgotten.  Read more About the Author Scott Peters writes action-filled adventure stories set in ancient Egypt. In addition to writing, the author has created over 300 museum, science center and theme park installations for such places as the Smithsonian, the Washington Children's Museum, Walt Disney World and Paramount Pictures. Peters also helped design an interactive TV show for the Nickelodeon Channel. "I write the kind of stories I would have loved to have read as a kid, when I was 8, 9, 10, or 11. Mysteries packed with adventure that make a kid feel smart, like he or she is traveling somewhere really amazing and learning neat things in an interesting way--not dry old facts in some textbook, but experiencing it--and solving a puzzle to become a hero at the same time!" Scott Peters runs an ancient Egypt blog that gets over 1,500 visitors a day. Hungry for a ton of cool facts? Find a treasure trove at Scott's blog: egyptabout.com Read more








상품설명
Review Historical Novel Society"Peters is such a natural and gifted storyteller, so adept at bringing the sights and sounds and smells of ancient Egypt alive, that readers of all ages will be swept along." (The God Catcher)--Steve Donoghue, Historical Novel Society, 2012, All rights reserved   Middle Grade Fiction Finder  "Action-packed"          Spike Brown, 'Escape to Molokai'    "A great read" "A big hit in our library, can't keep it on the shelf." - E. Crow, Librarian   "Excellent 'Indiana Jones' style mystery."   "We're doing a homeschool unit on ancient Egypt. My daughter loved it."  - M. Coffin   "As a former teacher, I am always interested in books that may get children reading, and this is one!" - C. Ahlm "fans of Steven Saylor or PC Doherty ancient detective series will lap this one up." Read more From the Author Q: Why do you think people love ancient Egypt? A: Most readers will agree--something magical happens the first time you hear about ancient Egypt. Maybe you see a mummy movie or visit a museum. Or, like me, a teacher hands you a mysterious worksheet at school. At that moment of discovery, a jolt grips you with intense curiosity.     Q: Fascination draws you in? A: Exactly. Who were these people? What did their strange symbols mean? How did they create such intense history and what were their daily lives like? You wonder what it would be like to walk the streets of ancient Egypt and see what they saw.    Q: What defining moment made you write about ancient Egypt? A: On a school field trip to a museum, I saw a mummy in a glass case. The mummy's fingers were poking through the wrappings. When I got over how wonderfully creepy it looked, something happened. It dawned on me that those fingers, that hand, once did normal human things; tucked a child in at night, held another person's hand, brushed hair out of eyes on windy days. All thousands of years ago. Somehow, the emotion of the person was still there in that mummy. He wasn't just an artifact. He was a person with stories to tell. I decided then and there I wanted to give life to the ancient past in a way that was fun and approachable. Q: What message do you have for your readers? A: I know many of you are Egypt obsessed like me. Thanks for letting me share my love of ancient Egypt with you.    Read more From the Inside Flap Meet Zet, history's favorite kid detective. Read more From the Back Cover Zet and Kat are in charge, now that their father is off fighting the Hyksos. Times are rough. One day, Zet spots a thief running from the medjay police. When the man gets away, the authorities offer a generous payment for his capture. If Zet can find that thief, he'll win the much-needed reward. His problems will be solved! The chase leads him and Kat into forbidden temples whispering with the voices of ancient gods, through a mysterious land of gold and majesty that the world has never forgotten.  Read more About the Author Scott Peters writes action-filled adventure stories set in ancient Egypt. In addition to writing, the author has created over 300 museum, science center and theme park installations for such places as the Smithsonian, the Washington Children's Museum, Walt Disney World and Paramount Pictures. Peters also helped design an interactive TV show for the Nickelodeon Channel. "I write the kind of stories I would have loved to have read as a kid, when I was 8, 9, 10, or 11. Mysteries packed with adventure that make a kid feel smart, like he or she is traveling somewhere really amazing and learning neat things in an interesting way--not dry old facts in some textbook, but experiencing it--and solving a puzzle to become a hero at the same time!" Scott Peters runs an ancient Egypt blog that gets over 1,500 visitors a day. Hungry for a ton of cool facts? Find a treasure trove at Scott's blog: egyptabout.com Read more




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