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Pepi and the Secret Names

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Published by Frances Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Legends, Myths, & Fables - Other,
  • Children: Grades 2-3,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Fiction,
  • Animals - Cats,
  • Historical - Ancient Civilizations,
  • Juvenile Fiction / Historical / Ancient Civilizations,
  • Animals,
  • Cats,
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsFiona French (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8957496M
    ISBN 101845073517
    ISBN 109781845073510
    OCLC/WorldCa58601256


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Pepi and the Secret Names by Jill Paton Walsh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pepi and the Secret Names (written by Jill Paton Walsh), was one of Child Education's Best Story Books of and shortlisted for the Children's Book Award.

She is renowned for her distinctively sharp and colourful other books for Frances Lincoln are Paradise, Bethlehem and Canticle of the Sun;/5(6). In ancient Egypt, pepi is a young boy whose father is painting the tomb for the Prince.

In Pepi and the Secret Names book to help his father paint the gods correctly, Pepi gets the animals to pose for his father by telling the animals if they don't come, he will tell everyone their secret names.

This book was a little different than I expected, but I still liked it/5. Pepi and the Secret Names (written by Jill Paton Walsh), was one of Child Education's Best Story Books of and shortlisted for the Children's Book Award/5(32).

Pepi and the Secret Names. Pyramids, hieroglyphics, secret names, a lowly painter and an exacting pharaoh-the elements of this elegantly illustrated story are ripe with possibilities, but they never cohere. Set in ancient Egypt, this is the adventure story of how Pepi, armed with his knowledge of secret names, brings models of the animal gods to life.

The book has been shortlisted for the Primary English Picture Book Award and the Children's Book Award /5(2). Pepi and the Secret Names (written by Jill Paton Walsh), was one of Child Education's Best Story Books of and shortlisted for the Children's Book Award/5(32).

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 the same process, Pepi brings in other dangerous animals--a hawk, a crocodile, a snake. 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 the same process, Pepi brings in other dangerous animals -- a hawk, a crocodile, a snake. Pepi and the Secret Names (written by Jill Paton Walsh), was one of Child Education's Best Story Books of and shortlisted for the Children's Book Award.

She is renowned for her distinctively sharp and colourful other books for Frances Lincoln 5/5(4). Pepi and the Secret Names (written by Jill Paton Walsh), was one of Child Education's Best Story Books of and shortlisted for the Children's Book Award.

She is renowned for her distinctively sharp and colourful illustrations.5/5(5). Set in ancient Egypt, this is the adventure story of how Pepi, armed with his knowledge of secret names, brings models of the animal gods to life.

The book has been shortlisted for the Primary English Picture Book Award and the Children's Book Award If your students like codes and word puzzles, they will love this book. As Pepi interacts with the guardian spirits of Ancient Egypt, he must learn their secret names to protect himself and help his father.

The story is unremarkable, but exposes students to some of the pantheon of Egyptian gods in a creative way and /5. In her first book for Frances Lincoln, Anancy and Mr Dry-Bone was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal and chosen as a Children's Book of the Year. Pepi and the Secret Names (written by Jill Paton Walsh), was one of Child Education's Best Story Books of and shortlisted for the Children's Book Award.5/5(1).

Later when Pepi was in the desert he called out for a lion. Nothing happened. He called again, “Lion”. Still nothing.

Then he said, “Lion, I know your secret name.” Then the lion came running for him and said, “If you really know my secret name tell me what it is. If you are right I will go with you to your father.” And then Pepi.

Pepi and the Secret Names» Pepi and the Secret Names. Average Rating. Author. Walsh, Jill Paton. Publisher. Francis Lincoln Limited. Pub. Date. Language. English. Choose a Format. Book Show Edition. Available from another library.

Quick Copy View. Pepi decides to find real-life models for his father, using his knowledge of secret names. In this enthralling, magically illustrated story, young readers can solve the secret names for themselves, using a simple hieroglyphics key to enter the mysterious world of ancient : Editions for Pepi and the Secret Names: (Paperback published in ), X (Paperback published in ), (Hardcover publish.

If your students like codes and word puzzles, they will love this book. As Pepi interacts with the guardian spirits of Ancient Egypt, he must learn their secret names to protect himself and help his father. The story is unremarkable, but exposes students to some of the pantheon /5(5). Get this from a library.

Pepi and the secret names. [Jill Paton Walsh; Fiona French] -- As he paints the lion, hawk, crocodile, and cobra 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.

Pepi and the Secret Names, By Jill Paton Walsh Illustrated by Fiona French, Frances Lincoln Pounds 0 0 Croco'Nile. By Roy Gerrard Gollancz Pounds 0 2. Here are two books that demonstrate the enduring decorative spell which Egypt, the most glamorous of ancient civilisations, has cast over modern Western design.

In her first book for Frances Lincoln, Anancy and Mr Dry-Bone was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal and chosen as a Children's Book of the Year.

Pepi and the Secret Names (written by Jill Paton Walsh), was one of Child Education's Best Story Books of and shortlisted for the Children's Book Award.

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Other books we read mentioned some of these pieces to the afterlife narrative (i.e. Pepi and the Secret Names, Gods and Goddesses), but none of them put the pieces together.

And whereas I was able to find one other helpful book on the tests the Egyptian soul faces in the afterlife (i.e. "Pharaoh" by David Kennett), that book was much higher /5(6). Pepi and the Secret Names. Jill Paton Walsh. Releases Invalid Date. Paton Walsh, Jill. PEPI AND THE SECRET NAMES London: Frances Lincoln, IL K-3 ISBN Pepi and the Secret Names by Jill Paton Walsh – This is the story of Prince Dhutmose who has commanded a pyramid be built for him.

It is to be decorated by Pepi’s father, but how can Pepi’s father get all the information that he needs on the walls. Pepi and the Secret Names by Jill Paton Walsh, illus. Fiona French. Lothrop, Lee and Shepard Books, E-UE Imaginative story of the painting of a prince's tomb with colorful, Egyptian-style illustrations.

Hieroglyphs give the "secret names" of the animals, which are decoded in the back. 19 91 1 Pepi and the Secret Names, Introduction thru encounter with lion 19 92 1 Pepi and the Secret Names, thru encounter with hawk 19 93 1 Pepi and the Secret Names, thru encounter with crocodile 19 94 1 Pepi and the Secret Names, thru encounter with cobra 19 95 1 Finish Reading Pepi and the Secret Names 20 96 1 None.

Fiona French is a published author, editor, and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Fiona French include Pepi and the Secret Names, The Smallest Samurai, Lord of the Animals: A Native American Creation Myth, and Jamil's Clever Cat: A Folk Tale from Bengal.

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Pepi and the Secret Names by Jill Paton Walsh – This is the story of Prince Dhutmose who has commanded a pyramid be built for him. It is to be decorated by Pepi’s father, but how can Pepi’s father get all the information that he needs on the walls. This will make the book a popular choice during any individual class reading time.

Short List. The Orchard Book of Stories from the Ballet, by Geraldine McCaughrean and Angela Barrett, Orchard Books; The Steadfast Tin Soldier, by Tor Seidler and Fred Marcellino, Gollanca; Pepi and the Secret Names, by Jill Paton Welsh and Fiona French, Frances.

Pepi and the Secret Names by Jill Paton Walsh Lothrop (32p) Pepi's father, commissioned to paint Prince Dhutmose's tomb, needs Pepi's help in finding real-life models to enable him to paint the unimaginable. Hieroglyphics key included. EASY. The Ancient Splendor of Prehistoric Cahokia by Sidney Denny and Ernest L.

Schusky Ozark (41p). Pepi’s father is to decorate it, but how can he paint the unimaginable: the terrible gods Horus the Hawk, Sebek the Crocodile, and Mertseger the Winged Cobra. Pepi knows he can help. Armed only with his quick wits and knowledge of secret names, the resourceful boy sets out into the wild to bring back real-life models for his father.

Pepi and the Secret Names Jill Paton Walsh As he paints the lion, hawk, crocodile, and cobra 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.

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Jill Paton Walsh, Author, Jill Paton Walsh, Author Minotaur Books $ (p) ISBN Happy New Year. I’m looking forward to a great full of storytelling and I started this storytelling year with “Lord of the Animals” a great book by Fiona French.

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Thrones and Dominations Dorothy L. Sayers, Author, Jill Paton Walsh, Author, Jill Paton Walsh, Joint Author St. Martin's Press $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author.Formerly titled, Nested Egyptian Punch-Out Mummy Cases. Striking replicas of three sarcophagi—the largest being approximately 9" x 3" x 2½"—elaborately decorated with hieroglyphics and human, animal and mythical figures.

No scissors necessary for assembling miniaturized treasures that are perfect for school projects or fun at home.Pepi I Meryre (also Pepy I) was the third king of the Sixth dynasty of Egypt, ruling for over 40 years during the second half of the 24th Century BC, toward the end of the Old Kingdom I was the son of his second predecessor Teti, ascending the throne only after the brief and enigmatic reign of the shadowy 's mother was queen Iput, who may have been a daughter of Unas Consort: Ankhesenpepi I, Ankhesenpepi II, Nubwenet.