It is about 20,000 years ago, in the Ice Age: now Lynx-Ear is ten years’ old, he is no longer one of the children. Soon he will be admitted into the group of hunters. But Lynx-Ear is already dreading the initiation ceremony because he hasn’t killed a single thing so far, his spear always misses the mark. But his tribe has other worries at the moment. They are running out of food and a group of hunters has to search for game further afield. Then Shaman Fire-Eyes has a premonition: the hunters are in mortal danger. But Lynx-Ear will be their saviour ...
- dwellings/nomads (tents, caves, furnishing)
- cave paintings
- domesticated animals/agriculture
- what children learnt (reading tracks, recognizing animal sounds, hunting, gathering food, orientation etc.)
- Ice-Age animals
- hunting/cleaning and preparing the kill
Tiger Eye stories are exciting adventure stories for boys and girls on the favourite themes of young readers of nine-plus.
The authors and illustrators know their subject areas inside out and manage to slip factual information suitable for the readership age into their thrilling stories. Varied page layouts and a high number of illustrations (e.g. “spot the…” picture puzzles, area maps, mazes, cross sections etc.) invite browsing, amazement and discovery.