[Free Ebook] ♷ Horrible Histories: The Savage Stone Age ♶ Tyrakel.de

to start i really must say i love these books and have been loving them since i was in school so its nice to come back to them at 20 years old and to start off the collection where best then the savage stone age which when you read the book you find out that thought times where extremely hard yes they wasn t exactly savage they actually seem alot better and kinder than a few humans alive today and that s saying something and that they where alot smarter than we give them credit for and like it says in the book we are learning new things about them every year every week and every day soo theres still for us to learn I remember the first time I read a Horrible Histories book, it was actually about Ancient Egypt I loved it then, it was history, but the real history Things you don t normally hear about because of how gruesome it is.Reading it now as an adult, I still love it I m obsessed with history, and it feels like there is always something new to learn.I cannot wait for my children to read these books.Savage Stone Age is a fascinating insight into what humans did back in the Stone Age I also learned what people today think and do with artefacts from that time period.What I learned most of all, we humans love to destroy things that have been around for thousands of years because of our stupidity.At the end of the book is a quiz, to see if you were really paying attention Not only do I think this is great for young people, but for everyone.Easy to read, a book for all ages.If you love the TV Show, then you are going to love this. [Free Ebook] ♂ Horrible Histories: The Savage Stone Age ⚆ Best EPub, Horrible Histories The Savage Stone Age By Terry Deary This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Horrible Histories The Savage Stone Age , Essay By Terry Deary Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You good As a child history was one of my favourite school subjects thus making Horrible Histories the perfect books for me.Nowadays children have the television series yet I belong to the older group that had the books Personally, I believe any child who has an interest in history should give these books a go They re truly gripping and so many topics are covered Honestly, Horrible Histories are well worth a read. Alright When I read a history book, I expect historical fact I ll willingly excuse some inaccuracies in some history books if their focus is not just history however, I do not disregard such blatant rejection and misinterpretation of facts as found in this one Nor do I savor the incomprehension that caused it, which is always clearly manifested unto the reader in such writings I must say that some parts were enjoyable and quite a few parts could easily have been, therefore I grant an extra star But, simply because of the fallaciousness and sheer foolishness of the words, I cannot afford it three. It was a nice before bed read nice little facts about life in den stone age, and mysteries like stone circles. This isn t the best of the Horrible Histories books, but then I am a little jaded by now considering I ve been working my way through the box set Still, the Stone Age was interesting enough, it s just that I m of a fan of the Romans, the Vikings and the Middle Ages.What I did like about this one is that there was a lot of information about archaeology in there, and I think it did a good job of encouraging kids to take up the profession I always wanted to be an archaeologist as a kid and this book reminded me why, like watching an episode of Time Team I bet it s a lot of hard work though, so read this instead. The book was interesting, some jokes better than other It had some fun facts in it that I didn t know or had forgotten, so that was really cool to read about Nevertheless, I had a problem with the author s continuous explanations that one is wrong and the other thing is right He even used the words stupid archeologists describing a group of people who tried to prove something they believed in, but weren t successful and someone else proved them wrong.It might have been meant to be a lighthearted remark, but it struck me as cold and evil Many of the things that are presented as truths are actually guesses, it is mentioned even in the text The guess is And that is obvious, because we still find artefacts, bones, fossils etc and learn new things about our past So I don t find it correct to say that something is the only right thing especially if it is a guess and don t think that people with older ideas and research deserve bashing If something is considered to be truth at the moment, you don t have to all the other theories in the field some might be true AS WELL come on, it is history.The book is quite harsh on religion too, I am not religious, but I think that some of the comics went a bit far. I love the eponymous BBC show so, naturally, I love these books I wish they had been around when I was growing up Granted, had this been the case I would have become an even bigger history nerd than I already am, but I m ok with that These books are accessible and fun for anyone And, yes, I even learned stuff I didn t know