So many children have an understanding of the Ice Age from secular sources that showcase primitive cave men who speak in grunts. Looking at the Ice Age from a creationist perspective, children will gain a new view of what the Cro-Magnon and Neanderthal were like and who they really were. Scientific and archaeological topics are covered, all the while showing the people groups as different tribes who dispersed after the fall, yet still hold on to their religion, though others had already fallen away from the knowledge of truth. With colorful illustrations and engaging, informative text, this is a wonderful introduction to "prehistory." 71 pages, hardcover.
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Review 1 for Life in the Great Ice Age
Date:August 10, 2010
Life in the great Ice Age is a wonderful teaching tool for children. I have purchased it a second time after giving the first one away. The first part is a story about a boy growing up in the Ice Age and the second explains details such as when and why the Ice age happened. My 6 and 8 year old grandchildren found it just as fascinating as I did. You can view their video review at www.youtube.com/grandmacarolflett