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How to Be an Egyptian Princess

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You know you were born to rule! But will the ancient Egyptians choose you? Find out by putting yourself in line to be their next Princess. This illustrated book will groom you for your all-important interview with the pharaohs. You’ll dress to impress, and to stay cool in the desert heat. Your new royal family will answer all your questions: What are your duties at court? What about school? And travel? Good luck, Your Highness!
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You know you were born to rule! But will the ancient Egyptians choose you? Find out by putting yourself in line to be their next Princess. This illustrated book will groom you for your all-important interview with the pharaohs. You’ll dress to impress, and to stay cool in the desert heat. Your new royal family will answer all your questions: What are your duties at court? What about school? And travel? Good luck, Your Highness!
Product Details
Hardcover (32 pages)
Published: January 24, 2006
Publisher: National Geographic Society
Imprint: National Geographic Children's Books
ISBN: 9780792274940
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