This jigsaw puzzle completes the range of Noune products, including the album (in 6 language versions) and the mini-album (in 3 language versions). It is addressed to children at least 5-6 years old. The chosen illustration shows a Magdelanian camp, in the centre of which Noune watches his mother, Mah, and his sister, Malina, dressing a skin with scrapers.
On the subject of the Périgord, Henry Miller wrote in the Colossus of Maroussi, “I do believe that if Cro-Magnon man settled in this region, it’s because he was extremely intelligent and had a highly developed sense of beauty.” (...)
Du Big Bang à l’âge du Bronze
A period of 13.7 billion years separates the Big Bang from the Bronze Age. Galaxies, stars and planets were then engendered. And on Earth, where life appeared, the continents settled. More and more developed forms of life took over from (...)
A child at the time of polished stone
Goumbi and his family lived in a village surrounded by fertile fields, at the foot of a high mountain with rich pastures. With his mother, Tsani, and his sisters, Flor and Mira, he helped to prepare food, make pottery, and weave textiles for (...)
Child of Prehistory
Noune is a small boy who lives with his parents, Pah and Mah, and his sister, Malina. They live at the foot of a huge rock, where herds of reindeer graze. By watching his elders, he learns how to make fire, stitch clothing, hunt and fish, all (...)