This book is suitable for ages 9 to 10 years. To the rest of the world, Egypt is a living museum of the ancient world. Pyramids lie amidst modern farming villages, and construction crews renovate and restore crumbling old city architecture. "Egypt the Culture" examines the ancient and modern cultural history of Egypt. With 50 per cent new images, the revised "Egypt the Culture" examines contemporary issues such as sustainable development and how the country combats terrorism. It also looks at the environmental impact of Egypt's growing population and how pollution effects the pyramids. The topics include: mummies; King Tut; everyday life in Ancient Egypt; Modern Egyptian music, dance, literature, and art.