The SealEaters, 20,000 BC

The SealEaters, 20,000 BC

Bonnye Matthews

Bonnye Matthews

"Bonnye presents a fascinating and fully developed new perspective on the intelligence and social behavior regarding Neanderthals that goes beyond the scope of traditional theories." – Warren Troy, author of The Last HomesteadThe SealEaters, 20,000 BC is book 5, and the last of the Winds of Change Series on the Peopling of the Americas. This is a survival story of the Solutreans in southern France/northern Spain. As the Ice Age advances, seals from the north have beached on the shores of the People, and the SealEaters have come to depend on them for their major food source. The SealEaters face advancing ice from the north, and for the first time, warring groups beyond the mountains to the east and south. In search of a new land, a small number of SealEaters travel the arc formed by the ice sheets, eating seals along the way across the Atlantic Ocean to the east coast of what is now North America. They survey the land and groups of people...
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Tuksook's Story, 35,000 BC

Tuksook's Story, 35,000 BC

Bonnye Matthews

Bonnye Matthews

"The Winds of Change blow in every layer of this magnificient novel."- Dr. Attila TorkosTuksook's Story: 35,000 BC is book 4 in the popular Winds of Change series.Tuksook's Story, 35,000 BC is the coming-of-age story of a rebel child destined to be the spiritual leader of her people. Fleeing a drought, the People migrate from China/Mongolia to Alaska's Cook Inlet region. After they settle into a sleepy rhythm, they are disrupted again and again: a volcano, visitors from the North, and a violent earthquake. Canthey convince the starving ones who remain behind to leave and join them in this new untamed land?The Winds of Change affect individuals, groups, localities, regions, or the entire world, and all life responds. The first four books exist in a world of peace following the eruption of a super volcano. With the last great Ice Age the lives of the People change from a world of peace required for survival—where in-fighting was a luxury they...
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Freedom, 25,000 BC

Freedom, 25,000 BC

Bonnye Matthews

Bonnye Matthews

"America's preeminent writer of prehistoric history [writes] ... . a book of hearts and minds." Grace Cavalieri, award-winning author, host of The Poet and the Poem from the US Library of Congress.After years of abuse from his father, Wing leaves the only home he's ever known. As the male lion leaves its pride, he must find a new home or die. He is sixteen, frail, injured, and alone in the mountainous untamed and untouched wilderness of Mexico of 250,000 BC. Wing struggles to survive, proving himself against a bear, where he learns elementary freedom. Award-winning writer of prehistoric fiction Bonnye Matthews' novella, Freedom, 250,000 BC, brings to life primitive early Americans through Wing's growing understanding of what freedom is and its importance for life.Freedom, 250,000 BC is dedicated to the archaeological site south of Puebla, Mexico at the Valsequillo Reservoir. The site is an amazingly rich prehistoric view of the glory and...
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Manak-na's Story, 75,000 BC

Manak-na's Story, 75,000 BC

Bonnye Matthews

Bonnye Matthews

"Bonnye Matthews is America's preeminent writer of prehistoric history." - Grace Cavelieri of The Poet and the Poem from the Library of Congress.Manak-na's Story, 75,000 BC is book 2 in the popular Winds of Change series, a prehistoric fiction series on the peopling of the Americas.Manak-na hears of an opportunity to take a great adventure. He has raised his children and feels that his time has come to live his dream. Manak-na adventures from China/Mongolia by boat to Mexico and returns, having promised his wife he will limit his adventures to one. Can he keep his promise?The Winds of Change novel series views the peopling of the Americas primarily from research over the last 15 years. The series takes the "what if" perspective. What might it have been like if the Americas abounded in human life long before 12,000 years ago?"What author Bonnye Mathews has managed to do is to expertly craft a series of notably entertaining novels that...
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Ki'ti's Story, 75,000 BC

Ki'ti's Story, 75,000 BC

Bonnye Matthews

Bonnye Matthews

"What author Bonnye Mathews has managed to do is to expertly craft a series of notably entertaining novels that incorporates new data into an historical fictional accounts that bring these ancient peoples alive." -Midwest Book ReviewKi'ti's Story is a coming of age story of a girl predestined to lead her people. It is the tale of how three different groups of people, Neanderthals, Cro-magnons, and Homo erectus meet and become the People. The story begins as they race to avoid the ashfall from a supervolcano, which is modeled on the eruption of Mt. Toba. Come walk with Neanderthals and explore a different time and place. Meet Wamumur, the Wise One, who recaptures love and learns a little too late that he pushes too hard as a teacher, as did his father before him; Totamu, the administrative head of the People, whose officious behaviors are accepted often with irritation but with the realization that she works for the good of the People; Ki'ti, the child...
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