Stone Age Boy

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Candlewick Press, Oct 9, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
Step back 15,000 years as a modern boy enters a Stone Age village and learns a few prehistoric tricks of the trade.

One day a boy falls down a hole, and an amazing thing happens — when he wakes, he’s in a camp full of people wearing animal skins! Mixing flight of fancy with prehistoric facts, Satoshi Kitamura ushers us back to a time of surprising innovation and artistic expression, shown in cave paintings visible to this day.

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Stone Age Boy is the story of a young boy (about 10 y/o) who tripped while walking in the woods one day and fell. He fell so far down that he ended up in the Stone Age. Upon waking and wandering out ... Read full review

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Summary: Centered around a fictitious main character, the age of intended audience. The book tells the history of how life was like in the stone age. From using stones to form spears to using them to ... Read full review


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About the author (2007)

Satoshi Kitamura has illustrated many picture books, including contributing to CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS: POEMS INSPIRED BY SAINT-SAENS' MUSIC, a BOOKLIST Top Ten Art Book for Youth. He lives in London.

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