Stone age books for schools
Book Lists for Stone Age to Iron AgeWayland Books have always been at the forefront of non-fiction resource books for schools, and their new range of Prehistoric Adventure books are simply brilliant. Each Book is written by archeologist John Malam, who specialises in books on the subject for children, and focuses on four different aspects of the Stone Age; Stone circles, ancient settlements, buriel places and hill forts. The books are filled with a combination of photos, illustrations, diagrams, and maps all highlighted by bright graphics. The text is written in a really inviting and exciting way, and perfectly compliments the design. Settlements and Stone Circles have a wealth of information on Stone Age, Bronze Age, and Iron Age societies, and in particular, the culture of our ancestors is shown in the fantastic photo evidence throughout each book. Stones Circles looks at many famous landmarks including Stonehenge and really tries to tackle the mystery behind these ancient monuments and why they still appeal so much to visitors today. Burial Places the last in this series, is a chance to discover ancient tombs and ancestral buriel grounds, but it also has lots of information about beliefs of the time and how this often determined they way they buried their dead.
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Novels Set in Prehistoric Times
Stone Age Boy. Satoshi Kitamura. This engaging picture book tells the story of a boy who falls down a hole to find himself back in time 15, years. He wakes in a prehistoric camp and finds out about life in a Stone Age village. There is also an accompanying literacy unit available. Ug: Boy Genius of the Stone Age. Raymond Briggs.
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For news on the latest reviews, author interviews and additions to this website, see the blog. Young Adult Novels of Prehistoric Times. Jean Auel was not the first novelist to write about life in prehistoric times, but her bestselling Clan of the Cave Bear and its sequels breathed life into a new genre of fiction. Conflicts between Neanderthals and Cro-Magnons or Homo sapiens our own species are prominent in many novels set in Europe, while novels set in America feature a wide variety of settings, from the crossing of the Bering Straits during the Ice Age to life in prehistoric Louisiana. Time-sweep novels like those by James A.