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You Wouldn't Want to be an Egyptian Mummy!

You Wouldn't Want to be an Egyptian Mummy! Q: Why can't a mummy play music? A: Because they've removed its organs. This hilarious site provides students with "Disgusting things you'd rather not know" about mummies. Although this is a cartoon book, students can find great information on the "ins and outs"
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You Wouldn't Want to be an Egyptian Mummy!


Q: Why can't a mummy play music? A: Because they've removed its organs. This hilarious site provides students with "Disgusting things you'd rather not know" about mummies. Although this is a cartoon book, students can find great information on the "ins and outs" of what makes a mummy a true mummy — including organ removal. And what did they say after finishing the mummy? "That's a wrap!"

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