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The Alabaster Jar by Marie Sontag

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Author
Marie Sontag
Publisher
Sunbury Press, Inc.
Date of release
Pages
126
ISBN
9781620066218
Binding
Paperback
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Rating
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Sam held up the lamp and studied the room's walls. Hieroglyphs of prayers, painted pictures of the gods, and elaborate stone torch sconces adorned the area. There has to be more to this tomb. But what? Why were men sneaking in and out of it?
What Others Are Saying:
"Readers who have waited for Samsuluna's next escapade will not be disappointed in The Alabaster Jar. In this fast-paced adventure, Sam, Balashi and Amata witness political plotting, and question the sincerity of their new friends. A newly discovered tomb, the bustling Nile River trade, secret passages and the alabaster jar all await you!" -- Mary Pat Vargas, 6th Grade Teacher, CA
"A skillfull interweaving of intrigue and deception. Each character has different secrets and issues, but they all become intertwined. A great read for early adolescents!" -- Roberta Hendricks, Reading Intervention Specialist, TX
"One of the best books I've ever read! This book will have you on the edge of your seat no matter how hard your heart is." -- Ian, age 12, TX
"The Alabaster Jar is a mesmerizing journey of good versus evil in one of history's greatest ancient cultures." -- Nick Gervase, Santa Clara Unified School District Superintendent, Retired, CA
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