CoolBeat Audiobook 011

The Cave Boy of the Age of Stone
by: Margaret A. McIntyre

Read by: Nancy Lee -- Time: 1 hour 48 minutes

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Follow the Cave Boy as he has fun exploring his ancient world. You will be transported to a time of stone weapons, shell mounds, mammoth hunts, and archaeological insights.

[Junior - anthropological fiction] Originally published 1907.

Edited by: Joel Nicholas
Cover by: Kristen Tuttle

This fictional story, complete with sound effects, is based on real archaeology. Through the eyes and ears of Cave Boy, listeners can re-experience how people may have lived long ago.

The audiobook is divided into two parts. Part One is the story of the Cave Boy. Part Two provides archaeological background of the world in which the Cave Boy lived.


    Part I:

  1. Strongarm's Family
  2. The Needle, the Club, and the Bow
  3. The Taming of the Dog
  4. How Strongarm Hunted a Bear and a Lion
  5. The Old Ax Maker Visits His Daughter
  6. The Coming of Fire
  7. The Cave Tiger
  8. The Making of Stone Weapons
  9. At the Gravel Pit
  10. A Summer Camp
  11. Thorn Meets the Children of the Shell Mounds
  12. At the Home of the Shell Mound People
  13. Thorn Learns to Swim
  14. The Feast of Mammoth's Meat
  15. Part II:

  16. The Red Men of Our Own Country in the Stone Age
  17. How Stone Weapons of the Cave Men Were First Found
  18. How the Earth Looked When the Shell Men and the Cave Men Lived
  19. How Early Men Believed that All Things that Move Are Alive
  20. The People of Our Time Who Were Most Like the Cave Men

About the author:

Margaret A. McIntyre was an authoress who wrote at the turn of the 20th century. This is her most famous work, which she dedicated to her mother.


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ISBN 978-1-937880-11-8

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Audience = Junior 11-15
Fiction Subject = Anthropological Fiction
(Historical fiction)
DDC = 301 (Social sciences / Social sciences / Sociology & anthropology)
BISAC = JUV016090 (JUVENILE FICTION / Historical / Prehistory)

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