[bksvol-discuss] Re: Help with a book

Hi, Shelley!

I ordered a copy from Amazon.  I have about 10 ahead of it, but some are short. 
 I will let you know when I am ready for it, but check with me in two weeks if 
you have not heard from me yet.

Take care!
 Valerie


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http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/nicholemaples


>
>From: Shelley L. Rhodes <guidinggolden@xxxxxxxxx>
>To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Sent: Wed, January 25, 2012 1:01:09 PM
>Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Help with a book
>
> 
>Here is the information I have for this  edition.
> 
>There is no rush, smile.
> 
>The Riddle of the Rosetta Stone: Key to Ancient Egypt Copyright ©  1990 by 
>James 
>Cross Giblin Artwork © 1990 by Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.  All rights 
>reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any  manner 
>whatsoever without written permission except in the case of brief  quotations 
>embodied in critical articles and reviews. Printed in the United  States of 
>America. For information address Thomas Y. Crowell Junior Books, 10  East 53rd 
>Street, New York, NY 10022.
>123456789 10 First Edition
>Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Giblin,  James.
>The riddle of the Rosetta Stone : key to ancient Egypt :  illustrated with 
>photographs and prints / James Cross Giblin. p. cm.
>Includes  bibliographical references and index. Summary: Describes how the 
>discovery and  deciphering of the Rosetta Stone unlocked the secret of 
>Egyptian  
>hieroglyphs.
>ISBN  0-690-04797-5 :       - ISBN  0-690-04799-1 (lib. bdg.):
> 
>1.  Egyptian language-Writing, Hieroglyphic-Juvenile literature.   2. Rosetta 
>Stone-Juvenile  literature.   [1. Rosetta  stone.   2. Egyptian  
>language-Writing, Hieroglyphic.)   I. Title.
> 
>PJ1097.G5  1990 493'.!-dc20
>89-29289  CIP AC
> 
>Shelley L. Rhodes, M.A. CVRT
>and Ludden black Labrador Guide Dog.
> 
>In a library we are surrounded by many hundreds of dear friends imprisoned  by 
>an enchanter in paper and leathern boxes. -Ralph Waldo Emerson, writer and  
>philosopher (1803-1882) 
>
>
>----- Original Message ----- 
>>From: Valerie    Maples 
>>To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>>Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 10:23    PM
>>Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Help with a    book
>>
>>
>>If you are not in a hurry and want to wait for me to have a bit more    time, 
>>I 
>>can get a copy for under $5.  Let me know; it would be at least    2-4 
>>weeks...
>> Valerie
>>
>>
>>Keep up with Nichole's recovery:
>>http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/nicholemaples 
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
________________________________
 From: Shelley L. Rhodes <guidinggolden@xxxxxxxxx>
>>To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>Sent: Wed, January 18, 2012 9:10:08    PM
>>Subject: [bksvol-discuss]    Help with a book
>>
>> 
>>Hi everyone,
>> 
>>I just finished a children's book, I would say    almost a Young adult, on 
>>the 
>>Rosetta Stone.
>> 
>>And the author does a good job of describing the    stone and what is on 
>>it... 
>>however through the text on certain pages, he    states things like.
>> 
>>The scientists looked at the hieroglyphs like    this.
>> 
>>and then there is what I am to assume is some    hieroglyphic writing.
>> 
>>I was wondering if someone who has access to the    book might be willing to 
>>do 
>>some picture descriptions for these insertions    into the text, and any 
>>other 
>>pictures, though the captions are actually quite    descriptive.  It is a 
>>great 
>>book, only about 70 pages.
>> 
>>Title: The Riddle of the Rosetta    Stone
>>Author: James Cross Giblin
>> 
>> 
>>It is the hardcover edition.
>> 
>>I don't think the descriptions of the hieroglyphs    are necessary but they 
>>would definitely enhance the book and make the reader    feel like they had 
>>read 
>>the entire book instead of knowing that some things    were um missing.
>> 
>>Thanks everyone, smile.
>> 
>> 
>>Shelley L. Rhodes, M.A. CVRT
>>and Ludden black    Labrador Guide Dog.
>> 
>>Diamonds may be a woman's best friend, but a dog    is mine.
>>

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