Early Human World



[Reading] ➿ Early Human World ➶ Peter Robertshaw – E17streets4all.co.uk A six million year old jaw bone in Ethiopia proves to be a piece of the earliest hominid discovered so far Big Mama, who used a tree branch to escape from a zoo in Holland, is found sipping chocolate A six million year old jaw bone in Ethiopia proves to be a piece of the earliest hominid discovered so far Big Mama, who used a tree branch to escape from a zoo in Holland, is found sipping chocolate milk at a local restaurant Nandy, a , Early Human MOBI :ò year old skeleton surrounded by flower pollen in Iraq, casts doubt on the beastly reputation of an early hominid Found frozen in the Alps, Otzi reveals what people in Europe ate , years ago Ardipithecus ramidus kadabba, a chimpanzee, a Neandertal, and the Iceman are just some of the characters who make up The Early Human World.Early Human World

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  • Hardcover
  • 176 pages
  • Early Human World
  • Peter Robertshaw
  • English
  • 15 November 2018
  • 0195161572

10 thoughts on “Early Human World

  1. says:

    First volume of our ancient history year, kicking off our middle school cycle through human history Very solid volume, engagingly written K also completed the corresponding student study workbook He even seemed to enjoy it Excellent As always, not L s favorite subject, but she appreciated all the archeology and forensic study included in this one We ll keep on with this series for sure.

  2. says:

    This is an amazing series I m reading the books to prepare for our history lessons in homeschooling for the sixth grade The books are very interesting, engaging, and well formatted There are also student guides and teacher guides you can get for each book in the series Out of all the middle school history curriculum I ve previewed so far, this is by far my favourite Oxford University Press is a dependable publisher of quality material.

  3. says:

    I d not encountered this series before but decided to try it out as any information about evolution and early human history is hard to come by in the small Bible Belt towns whose libraries I can access The book is obviously intended for older grade school and for middle school children but I found it shelved in the adult stacks.Perhaps if history were taughtin this manner, which is fun and interesting as well as factual, thenchildren would pay attention to their lessons The materia I d not encountered this series before but decided to try it out as any information about evolution and early human history is hard to come by in the small Bible Belt towns whose libraries I can access The book is obviously intended for older grade school and for middle school children but I found it shelved in the adult stacks.Perhaps if history were taughtin this manner, which is fun and interesting as well as factual, thenchildren would pay attention to their lessons The material is personalized and made relevant to readers without jumping or distorting facts The author even touches on the multiple theories of evolution including those which are not necessarily incompatible with creationist believes They are not addressed or presented directly but the scientific theories used in them are mentioned in particular the missing link factor and time it would have taken to develop certain human characteristics.I could not, however, give it full ratings Some very important finds, concepts, and sites are given less than one page and the photos and illustrations do not correspond to the blurbs describing them At times things are oversimplified such as tool development and the working of metals and clay and some events are left out entirely Supplemented with other books and resources, this book should be find for either a public school science room or a home school session.I look forward to finding and reading the supplemental material listed and the other books in the series

  4. says:

    was another favorite from the series It s well organized, interesting, and detailed This was the first book I saw from this series and I think it s a good representative, even though the focus in this ison archaeology than written history was another favorite from the series It s well organized, interesting, and detailed This was the first book I saw from this series and I think it s a good representative, even though the focus in this ison archaeology than written history

  5. says:

    Meant for grades 6 8 But an excellent over view of the most recent archeological finds and excellent time line.

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