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by Fiona French,Jill Paton Walsh

Author: Fiona French,Jill Paton Walsh
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Ltd; New Ed edition (November 1, 2001)
Pages: 32 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.3
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Jill Paton Walsh (Author), Fiona French (Illustrator). The book has been shortlisted for the 1994 Primary English Picture Book Award and the Children's Book Award 1995.

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Jill Paton Walsh, Fiona French. Prince Dhutmose has commanded a splendid tomb to be built for his final journey to the Land of the Dead

Jill Paton Walsh, Fiona French. Prince Dhutmose has commanded a splendid tomb to be built for his final journey to the Land of the Dead. Pepi's father is to decorate it, but how can he paint the unimaginable - the Lions of the Horizon, the terrible gods Horus the Hawk and Sebek the crocodile, and Mertseger the deadly Winged Cobra? Pepi decides to find real-life models for his father, using his knowledge of secret names

Pepi's father is to decorate it, but how can he paint the unimaginable - the Lions of the Horizon, the terrible gods Horus the Hawk and Sebek the crocodile, and Mertseger the deadly Winged Cobra? Pepi decides to find real-life models for his father, using his knowledge of secret names.

Written by Jill Paton Walsh, illustrated by Fiona frenan. Grade level: 2nd or above. In ancient Egypt, pepi is a young boy whose father is painting the tomb for the Prince. Possible themes or units: history of egypt, egyptian gods and mythology. Pepi's father is to decorate it, but how can he paint the unimaginable - the Lions of the Horizon, the terrible gods Horus the Hawk and Sebek the crocodile, and Mertseger the deadly Winged Cobra? Pepi decides to find real-life models for his father, using his knowledge of secret names

The book has been shortlisted for the 1994 Primary English Picture Book Award and the Children's Book Award 1995. Country of Publication.

The book has been shortlisted for the 1994 Primary English Picture Book Award and the Children's Book Award 1995. Frances Lincoln Publishers.

Pepi and the Secret Names, By Jill Paton Walsh Illustrated by Fiona French, Frances Lincoln Pounds . 9. The names are shown to us in hieroglyphs, which we can decipher by means of a key at the back

Pepi and the Secret Names, By Jill Paton Walsh Illustrated by Fiona French, Frances Lincoln Pounds . By Roy Gerrard Gollancz Pounds . The names are shown to us in hieroglyphs, which we can decipher by means of a key at the back. It's a delightful idea, though I'm not sure how Pepi manages to say them, because you can't speak in hieroglyph any more than you can in sans serif; I'd have been happier if he'd drawn them in the sand. However, the story is both serious and engaging.

Pepi and the Secret Names. by Jill Paton Walsh, Fiona French. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780613734936 (978-0-613-73493-6) Hardcover, Sagebrush Education Resources, 2001.

by Jill Paton Walsh & illustrated by Fiona French.

When it is time to paint a lion, Pepi, who knows that his father works best when painting from life, goes out to the desert and forces a lion to come to the tomb by guessing its secret name (the name is written in the text as hieroglyphics). by Jill Paton Walsh & illustrated by Fiona French. Get weekly book recommendations

Jill Paton Walsh CBE FRSL (born 29 April 1937) is an English novelist and children's writer. She may be known best for the Peter Wimsey–Harriet Vane mysteries that have completed and continued the work of Dorothy Sayers. Born Gillian Bliss, she.

Jill Paton Walsh CBE FRSL (born 29 April 1937) is an English novelist and children's writer. Born Gillian Bliss, she was educated at St. Michael's Convent, North Finchley, London, and she read English Literature at St Anne's College, Oxford. She lives in Cambridge. In 1961, she married Antony Paton Walsh (died 30 December 2003); the couple had one son and two daughters

As he paints the animals that his son has managed to coax to serve as models for the decorations on the tomb of Prince Dhutmose, Pepi's father captures an even more important animal.