Hatshepsut of Egypt
When explorers first chipped a hole through a wall and shined a light into Tutankhamun’s tomb, everything it touched glinted with gold and gleamed with silver. The boy-king so surrounded by this treasure would become one of the most famous names in history. But it was a less famous princess who had accumulated a lot of the wealth that was buried in that tomb. A lion of her times who insisted on being recognized as king, pharaoh, not queen, her name was Hatshepsut.
Illustrated by: Albert Nguyen
Published by: Goosebottom Books