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Robert Sabuda grew up in Pinckney, Michigan, about as far away from Egypt as one can get. While attending Pratt Institute in New York City he had the opportunity to travel to Egypt, where his interest in the boy king Tutankhamen began. His last book with Atheneum, Saint Valentine, received a starred review in Publishers Weekly and was a winner of the Magic Reading Award from Parenting magazine. Mr. Sabuda lives in New York City with his companion, singer Dale Stine, and their two cats, Tammy and Reba.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Tutankhamen, King of Egypt Juvenile literature, Pharaohs Biography Juvenile literature