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The story of people: a first book about humankind

Format: Hardback

ISBN: 9781786032652

Publication Date: 27 Mar 2019

Subject: Social sciences

Suitable for: Primary

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Introduces the evolution of humans from early homo erectus to modern man.

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Introduces the evolution of humans from early homo erectus to modern man.

The incredible story of people begins millions of years ago, with a gigantic crash. The world was plunged into darkness and nothing could grow. But somehow tiny little creatures survived and over time evolved to become the first humans.

Read about how hunter-gatherers found their food...how people explored the world and cities grew...how the Industrial Revolution changed the world...and what the future might hold for humankind!

Category
JNF
Subject
Social sciences
Dewey
576.8
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Full colour illus throughout
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Pub. date
27 Mar 2019
Edition
First
ISBN
9781786032652
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Binding
Cloth
Pages
36
Width
250mm
Height
280mm
Weight
454g
Glossary
Yes
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