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Dear London Mums

Are you are running out of ideas to keep the kids entertained during lockdown? Or tired of the same educational activities? Match a Mummy: The Ancient Egypt Game is a fun, educational game that the whole family to play! Out now!

Travel back in time to Ancient Egypt with this new children’s matching game, Match a Mummy, out now! Developed in partnership with the British Museum, locate and match up the pairs to learn more about how the Egyptians lived.

Why did they shave their heads but wear wigs, use dark eye make-up and worship dung beetles? How did they invent toothpaste and which internal organs did they keep before mummification? Learn all these facts and many more in this educational game!

Includes 20 matching pairs on 40 cards, and a booklet with explanatory text to help you match the cards and learn fun facts about Ancient Egyptians!

The cards are beautifully illustrated by French illustrator, Léa Maupetit After graduating from ECV Paris in type design in 2015, who developed her own bright and vivid style of illustration creating lively and humorous compositions. The text is written by Anna Claybourne, a children’s author who has written non-fiction books on a wide variety of topics, including science and technology, wildlife, art and craft, history and many more.

This beautiful, colourful matching game is simple and easy for children aged 7+ to play alone or with all the whole family!

Grab a copy of Match a Mummy: The Ancient Egypt Game!

Head to the publisher’s website and use the code ‘LONDONMUMS’ at the checkout for 35% off: www.laurenceking.com/product/match-a-mummy-the-ancient-egypt-game/

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