Dar and the Spear Thrower - Marjorie Cowley - Google книгиHave trouble viewing this newsletter? View online. Historical Fiction Grades A young Cro-Magnon boy living 15, years ago in southeastern France is initiated into manhood by his clan and sets off on a journey to trade his valuable fire rocks for an ivory spear-thrower. Having been kidnapped from a ship leaving plague-ridden Athens in B. In Rome in the year 79 A. In ancient China, two boys forge an unlikely alliance in an effort to become expert archers and, ultimately, to save their city from invading barbarians.
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Young Adult Historical Novels: Prehistoric Times "History" relates to what we know about the past from written documents. Technically then, novels set in prehistoric times when there were no written documents are not "historical" novels. Still, they can be based on extensive research that sometimes gives us a surprisingly good idea of how certain people probably lived before written history. Archaeologists can tell from the foundation stones of buildings, or sometimes just the remnants of post holes, what prehistoric houses in different areas were like. From garbage dumps called "middens" where people threw away fruit pits, broken tools and other things, we can tell what types of food prehistoric people ate and what kinds of tools they made and used. We can also see the art they left behind, which often gives us a good idea of what they looked like and how they dressed.