The Best Book of Early People

The Best Book of Early People Children are very curious about who their prehistoric ancestors were how they lived and what they may have looked like and this new Best Book is just the source to satisfy emerging anthropologists

  • Title: The Best Book of Early People
  • Author: Margaret Hynes Mike White
  • ISBN: 9780753455777
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Children are very curious about who their prehistoric ancestors were, how they lived, and what they may have looked like, and this new Best Book is just the source to satisfy emerging anthropologists.Children will learn how early families survived, hunted, gathered into primitive settlements, began to use tools, and invented farming techniques Step by step illustrations aChildren are very curious about who their prehistoric ancestors were, how they lived, and what they may have looked like, and this new Best Book is just the source to satisfy emerging anthropologists.Children will learn how early families survived, hunted, gathered into primitive settlements, began to use tools, and invented farming techniques Step by step illustrations and captions explore ancient villages and the work of the scientists who find and catalog their discoveries.

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    1. This book is very informational and can be useful to children of all ages, even adults too. When I was reading it I didn't know some of the stuff the book covered! It would be hard for a child to read on their own, but very beneficial if there is a lesson an instructor needs to teach about human ancestors. It was a good book that I could read to kids!

    2. This is a great book that introduces basic evolutionary theory to children. The text is simple, the photos are attractive, and the book held the attention of my 7 year old. We checked the book out from the library, but I think I might purchase it, because she would definitely want to read it again!

    3. I liked this book because I learned a lot about the people that lived WAY before me. Some of them are my ancestors. My favorite part was learning about the Neanderthals that lived from 100,000 to 35,000 years ago.

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