Walking with cavemen: eye-to-eye with your ancestors

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DK Pub., Feb 1, 2003 - Fiction - 224 pages
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From the emergence of the first hominids more than four million years ago to the evolution of modern humans, Walking with Cavemen takes us on a fascinating discovery of our primitive origins and behavior. Far more than just another examination of the fossil evidence, the significance of each hominid's characteristics is translated for the reader into a fascinating conjecture of how they mated, brought up their young, survived attack, and met the other challenges that affected them.

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User Review  - Elizabeth Tabatabai - Goodreads

I love this book and there is actually a short DVD that BBC put out that goes along with it. It's a great Learning tool for anyone really. Not over the top or over your head. Read full review


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JOHN LYNCH is a national speaker for Leadership Catalyst, Inc. John is also the teaching pastor at Open Door Fellowship and coleads Sharkey Productions, a drama outreach in Phoenix. An award-winning playwright and storyteller, he lives in Phoenix with his wife and three children.

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