Laura Ranieri’s (of Ancient Egypt Alive)  presentation of January 2015 was very professional and the knowledge she conveyed was priceless. Not only did we exceed expectations with audience turnout (40 plus people), but everyone remained fully engaged and eager to learn more about Ancient Egypt. In fact, Laura’s presentation was so appealing that many audience members approached me after the program and told me that this was one of the best presentations that they have ever attended at the library.

Gary Sherman
Librarian at Toronto Public Library (Northern District Branch)

On September 20, 2014 at Brentwood Library, 38 customers interested in adventure, attended a presentation by Thomas H. Greiner of Ancient Egypt Alive, entitled, “Come Back to Egypt : Visiting the Lands of the Pharaohs.” Thomas discussed various aspects of Ancient Egypt: the Giza plateau and its pyramids, Luxor and the Valley of the Kings, Abydos – where the great Temple of Seti I sits and a visit to Denderah, one of Egypt’s best preserved temples. The audience enjoyed the presentation and Thomas answered many questions. He was quite popular.

Todd Buhrows
Librarian at Toronto Public Library (Brentwood Branch)