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|Format: ||Paperback, 224 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 January 2013|
An Ice Age is dawning on Mica's homeland. The climate is getting colder, there are fewer mammoths to hunt, and the future of her people looks uncertain ...Mica's mind is bursting with new ideas to help them survive the long winter, but the others refuse to listen, determined to cling to the old ways no matter what. Shunned and frustrated, Mica feels as if no one will ever understand her. Not even Bear, her childhood friend. One night, Mica wakes to hear mysterious voices calling. Their cries fill her with a deep longing that she can't explain. But who do they belong to? And then she makes a discovery so incredible, so extraordinary, it will challenge everything she thought she knew about her world ...
The incredible story of a Neanderthal girl living in the Ice Age.
"...Her story is rich in ideas about evolution and the human spirit's thirst for beauty." * Observer * "...An exciting and thoughtful book." * The School Librarian * As in her prize-winning book Cold Tom, Prue is brilliant at weaving stories about the clash between the species, and this is her best yet . . . thrilling, involving and convincing. * Amanda Craig, The Times * Prue's Song Hunter, concerning the meeting between the Stone Age and the Neanderthal Man, deserves a place on every intelligent child's bookshelf . . . As in her prize-winning book Cold Tom, Prue is brilliant at weaving stories about the clash between the species, and this is her best yet . . . thrilling, involving and convincing. * Amanda Craig, The Times *
Oxford University Press|
20.1 x 13.9 x 1.5 centimetres (0.10 kg)|
10-14 years |