The ABC of Hieroglyphs: Ancient Egyptian Writing
Author: Malek, Jaromir
Publisher: Pathway Book Service, 1995
Reading Level: young adults
This is an easy primer for young adults with the most frequently used signs from statues, words and sentences and some grammar.
Egyptian Hieroglyphs: How to Read and Write Them
Author: Rossini, Stephane
Publisher: Dover Publications, 1989
With lots of illustrations of hieroglyphic signs, this book is an excellent introduction into the study of the language of the Ancient Egyptians.
Fascinating Hieroglyphics: Discovering, Decoding & Understanding the Ancient Art
Author: Jacq, Christian
Publisher: Sterling Publishing, 1998
From the best-selling author of the giant novels about the life and times of Ramesses II and several non-fiction books on the pharaonic culture now comes this fascinating introduction into the language of the Ancient Egyptians.
Hieroglyphs for Travelers
Author: Mudloff, Thomas F. e.a.
Publisher: R.E. Fellows Publishing, 1999
An easy guide to understanding the multitude of texts covering walls of temples and tombs in Egypt.
Hieroglyphs without Mystery: An Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Writing
Author: Zauzich, Karl Th.
Publisher: University of Texas Press, 1992
Zauzich's book is a very readable introduction into the world of hieroglyphs. It starts from the very basics and will allow you to get the gist of a variety of inscriptions from actual artefacts: cartouches, items from Tutankhamun's tomb, etc.
How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs. A step-by-step guide to teach yourself
Authors: Collier, Mark - Manley, Bill
Publisher: British Museum Press, 1997
Egyptologists Collier and Manley use attractive drawings of actual inscriptions displayed in the British Museum to teach a basic course in reading hieroglyphs. Includes practical exercises.
Understanding Hieroglyphs: A Complete Introductory Guide
Author: Wilson, Hilary
Publisher: Passport Books, 1995
The author teaches the basic signs and vocabulary that occur in most inscriptions, with lots of examples of authentic inscriptions. This book is not a grammar of the ancient language, but and interesting and easy-to-read introduction.