Journey through the history of humankind from Homo Habilis to Homo sapiens.
Six million years ago the Earth was shaken by a sudden climate change. The lush forests of Africa became savannahs. Primates, who until then lived in the trees, learned to live on the ground and to walk on two legs in order to be able to stand in the undergrowth and see into the distance. They learned to think, to invent, to communicate, to imagine; they became human. Equipped with stone tools and mastering the fire, they set out to travel the world.
Discover the great adventure of humans in prehistoric times in this beautifully illustrated novelty book by Patricia Geis:
How did we live, what did we eat, how did we organize ourselves? How did we get here?
Written and illustrated by Patricia Geis
23 x 23 cm | 24 pages | Hardback with diecuts | Ages 5 +
Publication: February 2024
Graphic designer, an illustrator, and the author of children books.
Among the prices she’s been awarded, highlight the Visual Design Books (2009), the “À l’abord l’art’ lounge juvenile book of Montreuil (2010), the Honor Roll of the White Ravens (2011) and Junceda (2015), all for your celebrated collection of children’s books about art ‘What an Artist! What a Craft!“, Little Cat and Bath Time Classics series, Pipa & Otto series and the bestselleing A Kiss Goodnight (Combel).
For further information: Patricia Geis, guest speaker at Shanghai 2019 CCBF