Eye of the Moon is a children's historical novel recommended for ages 8–12. In the story, Isikara, daughter of the embalmer at at the temple of Sobek, ran away with Tuthmosis, the son of King Amenhotep III. The main characters ran from Wosret, the highest of high priests, who wants them dead.

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  • Eye of the Moon is a children's historical novel recommended for ages 8–12. In the story, Isikara, daughter of the embalmer at at the temple of Sobek, ran away with Tuthmosis, the son of King Amenhotep III. The main characters ran from Wosret, the highest of high priests, who wants them dead. (en)
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  • 978-1-4424-1188-3
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  • 336 (xsd:integer)
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  • Karin Paprocki
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  • Dianne
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  • Eye of the Sun
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  • Larry Rostant
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  • 978 (xsd:integer)
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  • English
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  • Hofmeyr
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  • Aladdin
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  • Eye of the Moon is a children's historical novel recommended for ages 8–12. In the story, Isikara, daughter of the embalmer at at the temple of Sobek, ran away with Tuthmosis, the son of King Amenhotep III. The main characters ran from Wosret, the highest of high priests, who wants them dead. (en)
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  • Eye of the Moon (en)
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  • Eye of the Moon (en)
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