When your grandfather comes to your school in the first grade, after a trip to Egypt, and shows your class the dried-up face of an unwrapped mummy, it’s not surprising that an interest in all-things Tut and tomb would develop.
For Bill Meyer, Ed.M.’04, this meant leading his third-grade class two years later in a demo mummification of dolls. After college, he started teaching high school history, including sections on Ancient Egypt. More recently, Meyer started writing about that time period with Horace j. Edwards and the Time Keepers, his middle school adventure series set partially along the Nile. This April, the second book in the series comes out. CLICK FOR MORE