This fascinating volume, beautifuly illustrated with over 375 photographs, artworks and graphic charts and diagrams, covers everything the enquiring mind will want to know about our earliest ancestors. From social structure, hunting, finding food, the impact of fire, communication and types of shelter to crop-growing, crafts, clothing, means of transport, first religions and primitive decoration, ornament and art, the book investigates and explores every aspect of the lives that created and shaped the first stages of our civilisation. A variety of 15 practical projects serve to bring the past alive. Children are shown all the skills and techniques in simple step-by-step photographs including how to create their own cave art, how to make a leopards tooth necklace, how to prepare a Stone Age meal, and how to make a shelter from mammoth bones. Step Into the Stone Age Charlotte Hurdman CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM
About the Author Author Charlotte Hurdman has written many children's information books. As an author and editor with a particular interest in history, she has contributed to a number of highly acclaimed books on the subject. Her other published works include World History Encyclopedia: 4 Million Years Ago to the Present Day (Diane Publishing Company); and Practical Encyclopaedia of the Ancient World: How People Lived in the Stone Age, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire (Southwater). She lives in Yorkshire UK with her husband and three young sons.
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Biblio NotesPacked with over 335 colour photographs More than 40 illustrations include cross-sections, historical maps and a pictorial timeline 15 step-by-step projects enable you to recreate the past Fact boxes provide extra insights and highlight links with the present Ideal for home or school use for 8- to 12-year-olds Explores everything about Stone Age life, from social structure, hunting, communication and types of shelter to crop-growing, clothing, means of transport, first religions and primitive art
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