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La prehistoria explicada a los jóvenes by…

La prehistoria explicada a los jóvenes

by Jean Clothes

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A través de las preguntas que los nietos del autor y sus compañeros de clase formulan sobre la Prehistoria, Clottes nos acerca, de forma rigurosa y amena, al conocimiento de esta etapa de la humanidad: costumbres y vida diaria de nuestros antepasados, organización social, sistema de creencias y pensamiento...
Aporta además un glosario detallado y claro y una selecta bibliografía para los que quieran adentrarse en el tema.
Especialmente dirigidas a niños y jóvenes, y para todo aquel interesado en iniciarse en el conocimiento de los orígenes de la humanidad.
  Cuquiourense | Sep 28, 2011 |
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