Match a Mummy: The Ancient Egypt Memory Game
Anna Claybourne, Léa Maupetit
Travel back in time to Ancient Egypt with this new children’s matching game, developed in partnership with the British Museum. Locate and match up the pairs to learn more about how the Egyptians lived. Why did they shave their heads but wear wigs, use dark eye make-up and worship dung beetles? How did they invent toothpaste and which internal organs did they keep before mummification? Includes 20 matching pairs on 40 cards, and a booklet with explanatory text. This game will appeal to children from age 7 and up.
Léa Maupetit is a French illustrator living and working in Paris. Her clients include the New York Times and Möet Hennessy.
Anna Claybourne is an experienced children’s author, who has written over 200 books on everything from Shakespeare to space science.
|Publication Date||6 April 2020|