Dummie the Mummy and the Tomb of Akhnetut

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Tosca Menten, Illustrations Elly Hees

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Lannoo/Van Goor
Territory: World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France & Switzerland
Size: 215 mm x 140 mm
Pages: 256
Illustrations: 40 b&w
Name of series: Dummie the Mummy

RRP £12.50

  • The second title in the successful Dutch children's book series Dummie the Mummy
  • The series has won numerous awards, and two movies have already been made
  • Sold in more than 10 languages, this series is now finally available in English

In this second book in the Dummie the Mummy series, Dummie, Angus and Nick travel to Egypt. It's Dummie's great wish to return to his country to visit the grave of his father, Pharaoh Akhnetut. Unfortunately, Egypt has completely changed in four thousand years and Akhnetut's grave seems untraceable. To make matters even worse, Nick falls ill and Angus and Dummie set off without him. Then something terrible happens - Dummie has to give everything he's got to save his best friend. Yet he is also determined to find his father's grave. Fortunately, he remembers more and more about his life long ago and this proves to be very handy!

Tosca Menten is one of the most popular Dutch children's book writers. For Dummie the Mummy she was awarded the Grand Prize by the Children and Youth Jury in Flanders and the Dutch Children's Jury. She has written more than 35 books.

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