Who Built the Pyramids? helps to answer a variety of children's questions on the pyramids and the Egyptians, from "What did Egyptians eat?" to "What were their towns and cities like?" The easy-to-follow text helps children to imagine living in very different circumstances, and the actions and events of this time are described, with detailed illustrations. This new edition is Internet-linked. Each page has links to a Web site containing further information, and all the sites recommended are checked regularly to ensure that they are up to date. The book contains many of the features you expect to find in a good quality non-fiction text including: contents page, headings, sub-headings, labels, captions, and an index.
The book is in excellent condition.