Every bone tells a story : hominin discoveries, deductions, and debates
Source:Charlesbridge, Watertown, MA, p.185 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb Curr GN282.5 .R83 2010
Keywords:Archaeologists--Biography, Archaeologists--Biography--Juvenile literature, Archaeology--Case studies, Archaeology--Case studies--Juvenile literature, Archaeology--Philosophy, Archaeology--Philosophy--Juvenile literature, Excavations (Archaeology), Excavations (Archaeology)--Juvenile literature, Fossil hominids, Fossil hominids--Juvenile literature, Human remains (Archaeology), Human remains (Archaeology)--Juvenile literature, Prehistoric peoples, Prehistoric peoples--Juvenile literature
Contents: Turkana Boy -- Lapedo Child -- Kennewick Man -- Iceman.; Summary: When did language begin? How did early humans populate the globe? By looking closely at four of the most significant hominins ever discovered, the authors explain how Turkana Boy, Lapedo Child, Kennewick Man, and Iceman have influenced debates about the nature of the earliest members of the family Hominidae.
Lexile measure 1010; Ages: 12 up; Grade level: 8.6; Informational: Archaeology & Anthropology