Fun with Egyptian Stencils
Paul E. Kennedy
Introduce youngsters to dramatic visual images of ancient Egypt with this exciting little book. Six open stencils (no cutting or punching out required) let children learn facts about Egyptian culture as they trace carefully rendered shapes of a mummy case, the profile of an Egyptian man, the jackal-headed god Anubis, the ankh — symbol of life — a hawk, and a lotus. Perfect for use at home or school, these distinctive designs will also appeal to graphic designers and craft enthusiasts.