Published July 1999
by Macmillan Children"s Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
The Stone Age began about million years ago, when researchers found the earliest evidence of humans using stone tools, and lasted until about 3, B.C. when the Bronze Age began. It . The 12 stone resources are placed on the quarry. 8. The Civilization cards are shuffled and placed face-down next to the game board. Starting with the rightmost space, the first 4 cards (regardless of the number of players) are revealed and placed on the 4 indicated spaces. 3 File Size: 2MB. Travel back in time to the Stone Age in this children’s book full of photographs and illustrations, fascinating facts, and engaging challenges—from the creators of , DK’s free online resource for kids/5(60). 9/2/ ~~ An interesting premise - 2/3 of the book is the story of Tom Edison (no, not that Thomas Edison), a wanna-be scientist, and Marisa Morice, a brilliant, lonely scientist, who travel back to the Stone Age, get stuck, and find their way home to our time again through ingenuity and persistence. The last 1/3 of the book is a writing how-to. At crucial parts in the story, two cartoon /5.
Stone Age Psychedelia is the first book which charts the existence of Egyptian mummies in the USA, and presents laboratory analysis of the mummy of King Ramses II - which conclusively proves that hallucinogenic plants from south America & the USA were ingested & traded in Egypt. Trapped Inside His Own Body The horse and his boy BOOK 3 (BOOK 3 Chronicles of Narnia),BOOK 3. (The Horse and His Boy, Book 3) Larry Gets Lost in Prehistoric Times: From Dinosaurs to the Stone Age Tools of the Old and the New Stone Age (Dover books on anthropology, the American Indian) The Cycle of Cosmic Catastrophes: How a Stone-Age CometFile Size: KB. This engaging picture book tells the story of a boy who falls down a hole to find himself back in t years. He wakes in a prehistoric camp and finds out about life in a Stone Age village. Stone Age Boy is a hugely popular book with lower KS2 classes and is a great way of encouraging children to engage with how life might have been. A lift-the-flap book packed with information about life from the Stone Age to the start of farming, early metal working and the Iron Age. Flaps to lift on every page reveal why prehistoric people made cave paintings, how they made their tools and where they lived. A fun and informative first look at a .
This book tells a story of a boy who accidentally time traveled to the stone age and made friends with a group of people living in caves. There is a nice educational page about how people lived during the stone age and the things they have.4/5. Queens of the Stone Age The Complete Guide: This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external . This simple information book uncovers the history of Stone Age people and how they lived, from their clothing and houses to monuments such as Stonehenge which still survive today. Full of facts, colourful illustrations and photographs of historical artefacts such as baked pots, tools and jewellery. Scandinavia, BC – the Mesolithic setting of Michelle Paver's six-book series about the Stone Age life of Torak, a year-old who is orphaned when his father is killed by a bear. Immerse yourself in a land of snow, hunter-gatherers, tribes, clans, mountains, forests, bears and superstitions: the story is gripping and the setting is.