[ Reading ] ➿ Mystery of the Egyptian Scroll: 1 (Kid Detective Zet) Author Scott Peters – Tactical-player.co.uk

Mystery of the Egyptian Scroll: 1 (Kid Detective Zet) You, Who Have Dug Deep And Sifted Hard For A Story To Read, Have Unearthed An Ancient Treasure A Mystery From The Dusty Ages, When A Kid Could Be A Hero And Fight For The Good Of All Year Old Zet And His Sister Kat Love Running Their Family Pottery Stall But It S A Struggle To Keep Afloat, Now That Their Father Is Away Fighting The Hyksos Invaders When The Siblings Learn About A Valuable Scroll That S Gone Missing, Zet And Kat Decide To Join Forces If They Can Find It, They Ll Win A Huge Reward For Their Family Their Problems Will Be Over Little Do They Know What Troubles Lie Ahead Kids Will Love This Wild Adventure That Takes Them Running Along The Nile, Through Strange Temples Bristling With Towering Pillars, Past Walls Covered In Ancient Hieroglyphics, All While They Try To Figure Out What Happens Next Praise For Mystery Of The Egyptian Scroll A Big Hit In Our Library, Can T Keep It On The Shelf E Crow, Librarian Action Packed Middle Grade Fiction Finder Th Grade ELA SS My Co Teacher And I Have Used This Book For The Past Years And The Students Absolutely Love It Janine Taft Provides A Smart Step Up For Readers Of Mary Pope Osborne, As It Lends Itself To Being Read By Kids Moving Beyond Chapter Books The Short Chapters Provide Easy Wins For Middle School Readers And Make It Perfect For School Reading Lists Packed With Fascinating Ancient Egypt Facts Kids Will Love ACTION SMART EXCITING A Fast Paced Book For Boys And Girls Age Lexile Teachers, Librarians, And Parents Will Appreciate The Ancient Civilizations Facts And Geography And Appropriate Language For Middle Grade Readers Ages Grades An Action Oriented Tale That S A Great Way To Introduce Middle School Youngsters To The World Of Ancient Egypt For Fans Of Geronimo Stilton, National Geographic Readers, DK Eyewitness And DK Readers, Who Was King Tut Who Was Series , You Wouldn T Want To Be An Egyptian Mummy You Wouldn T Want To Be Series , Addison Cooke, The Hardy Boys, The Sherlock Academy, Mummies In The Morning Magic Treehouse By Mary Pope Osborne, The Secret Lake, The Kingdome Keepers, And Summer Of The Woods A Study Guide Is Available At Bit EgyptstudyI Am Years Old And I Read This Book, It Was Awesome I Could Not Put This Book Down ReviewerAdventure Awaits Scroll Up And Grab A Copy

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8 thoughts on “Mystery of the Egyptian Scroll: 1 (Kid Detective Zet)

  1. says:

    The Mystery of the Egyptian Scroll, by Scott Peters, is a children s book set in New Kingdom Egypt, in and around the southern city of Luxor The pharaoh of the time is deliberately unspecified.The plot is lively and straightforward two children who run a market stall selling pottery, witness a neighbour being accu

  2. says:

    My ten year old devoured this book and we are now onto Volume 2 and ordered Volume 3 at the same time Great reads

  3. says:

    Great buy Perfect for teaching adventure mystery genre through Ancient Egypt history topic to Year 4 My class were really engaged by it and write their own stories fantastically, inspired by it.

  4. says:

    Although Scott s books are aimed at the young adult market, as a not so young adult, I still rather enjoyed this book.It s a good romp through the streets of ancient Thebes, with our young protagonist and his sister caught up in trying to solve a plot taking place at the highest level.Only complaint was that I might ve liked it to go on

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    My 9 year old daughter enjoys reading these adventure books

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    I was looking for a story based in Ancient Egypt to read to my class in the new school year and thus is the one Fast pace, lots of cliffhangers to keep them interested, books for them to move onto and a satisfactory ending Great

  8. says:

    Well written with lots of atmosphere of ancient Egypt.The story itself is perhaps best read by younger people with an interest in ancient Egypt.

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