Pharaoh's Daughter: A Novel of Ancient Egypt - Julius Lester Whoaaa flashback. I totally forgot about this book until two seconds ago when I saw it on someone else's page. It was one of my favorite books in, like, fourth grade. I read it for an Egypt project and I made this epic diorama for it. It was pretty sweet. Anyway, I remember really liking this book. There was a somewhat confusing perspective change in the middle, which kind of jarred me when I was 10 because I hadn't really read any books with perspective switches, I suppose. But I thought it was compelling, interesting, informative. Good book. :]