Egypt: Board Books For Kids

Looking for a list of the best children's books about Egypt?

Walk like and Egyptian and read like one, too! These books are a variety of fun stories and educational reads, all based off Egypt or Egyptian culture. You’ll learn about sphinxes and ancient leaders or have adventures with mummies and pyramids.

The Colors of Ancient Egypt book
#1
The Colors of Ancient Egypt
Written and illustrated by Amy Mullen
board book
Recommend Ages: 2-4

The yellow belly of a toothy green crocodile. An orange reed boat on the blue Nile. The gold in Nefertiti’s headdress. These are just a few of the sweetly simple designs in this board book that will help little ones learn their colors while dipping a toe into the history and culture of ancient Egypt.

Miriam and Pharoah's Daughter book
#2
Miriam and Pharoah's Daughter
Written by W C Bauers and illustrated by Marta Costa
board book
Recommend Ages: 3-5

Tiny Bible Tales, a series of board books, shares the stories of the Bible’s bravest heroes with gentle, rhyming text and gorgeous illustrations. To save baby Moses, Miriam and her mother place him in a basket and set him adrift on the river. As Miriam watches from the reeds, she hopes that someone will find and rescue him. And someone does–Pharaoh’s daughter! This board book combines quiet, rhyming text with simple and colorful art to tell one of the Bible’s most treasured stories.

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