Eloise Jarvis McGraw Message Board
No Name posts on 3/20/2007 2:15:21 PM
Plz help! i am only on page 130 and i have to finish by tommorow! What happens?
John posts on 3/12/2007 5:58:22 PM
The book is pretty good but it is hard to follow. Next time make in easyer book. Thank You
Vania posts on 12/24/2006 12:29:08 AM
What happens after he traps Gebu in the tomb plz help I have to turn in a book report in two days!
yea.its mehhh!ms.gigglezzz. posts on 12/13/2006 9:15:33 PM
okay this book makes NO sence wat so ever to me...i cant get past page 2...and i have to read it...wow...i dont think sooo...ill try it...but wont like it.
No Name posts on 11/2/2006 7:39:11 PM
I think your book is awsome.But its boring in the beginning and gets exciting in the middle!Anyway good job!Love the book!
school newberry posts on 10/25/2006 8:31:55 PM
the book is really boring until he finds out that Gebu is robbing tombs and he follows gebu and wenamon into the tomb.
posts on 5/8/2006 3:42:19 PM
Our teacher told us to read chapters 5 and 6 for homework. The only problem was I could not put it down. I realy wish she could have made a second book to it
Ridge Anderson posts on 12/22/2005 9:19:48 PM
I am reading your book the golden goblet in school and its keeping me well entertained, good job!
None of your Concern posts on 11/6/2005 3:33:12 PM
Actually, one of the reasons this book is so great is because it gives you just enough detail to know what it was like, but it leaves enough unsaid so the reader can complete the picture in his/her own mind in a way that words could never accomplish. If you want to talk about going into a lot of details, read Charles Dickinson....funny how he gave a lot more detailes than McGraw, yet he's considered one of the greatest writers of all time.
George M posts on 11/3/2005 6:21:27 PM
I have been assigned to read this book for school and answer questions that looked pretty boring. When I started reading it, I became more interested. It teaches you how ancient Egyptian life was. This book is about a young Egyptain goldsmith named Ranofer who is under control of his evil and greedy half-brother Gebu, after his father, Thutra dies. In chapter 4, he is forced to have the cruel job as a stonecutting apperentice as a punishment. However, in chapter 10, he discovers a golden goblet that Gebu stole from a tomb. Any tombrider would be hanged and executed. Unfortunatly, Ranofer has no way of accusing his evil master of this crime, no one would believe him. With the support of his loyal friends Heqet and the "Ancient One", Ranofer goes off to reveal this shameful crime. I haven't still finished reading, but I can't wait untill I do.
You should definetly get it.
No wonder it has won the Newbery award and is a class assignment!
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