A Chief, a Tail-Maker and 1001 Professions

Age 2 - 8
Children book

Do you know what a young, prehistoric child sitting by the cave thought about? Almost the same thing you might be thinking about: What should I be, a hunter? A cave painter painting bisons? A dinosaurs’ herdsman? It was a big decision back then too, but even more so now – and much more than can be explained here, for instance... As for what is written in this book, you will see for yourself, as soon as you turn the page.

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