UNSTOPPABLE US, VOLUME 1: How Humans Took Over the World

Yuval N Harari, Ricard Zaplana (Illustrator)

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This illustrated book for middle-grade readers looks at the early history of humankind. Even though we'll never outrun a hungry lion or outswim an angry shark, humans are pretty impressive -- and we're the most dominant species on the planet. So how exactly did we become "unstoppable"? From learning to make fire and using the stars as guides to cooking meals in microwaves and landing on the moon, prepare to uncover the secrets and superpowers of how we evolved from our first appearances millions of years ago.
Original languageAmerican English
Place of PublicationLondon
Number of pages187
StatePublished - 2022

ULI publications

  • uli
  • Animal evolution
  • Animal-plant interactions
  • Animal-plant relationships
  • Animals -- Evolution
  • Animals -- History -- Miscellanea
  • Animals and plants
  • Anthropology
  • Biological evolution
  • Cavemen (Prehistoric peoples)
  • Civilization -- History -- Juvenile literature
  • Darwinism -- Evolution (Biology)
  • Early man -- Prehistoric peoples
  • Evolution (Biology)
  • Evolution -- Juvenile literature
  • Evolutionary biology
  • Evolutionary science
  • Extinction of plants
  • History, Juvenile -- World history Juvenile literature
  • Human beings -- History -- Juvenile literature
  • Human ecology -- Juvenile literature
  • Human evolution -- Juvenile literature
  • Illustrated books
  • Interactions, Animal-plant
  • Man, Prehistoric
  • Origin of species
  • Plant extinction
  • Plant-animal interactions
  • Plant-animal relationships
  • Plants -- Extinction
  • Plants and animals
  • Prehistoric archaeology -- Prehistoric peoples
  • Prehistoric human beings
  • Prehistoric humans
  • Prehistoric man
  • Prehistoric peoples
  • Prehistory -- Prehistoric peoples
  • Relationships, Animal-plant
  • Species, Origin of
  • World history -- Juvenile literature


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