Néandertal et moi, by Jérôme Coignard with Antoine Balzeau, ill. by Betty Bone
It was once commonly believed that the Neander- thal was at first thought to be a terrifying beast and then man’s direct evolutionary ancestor. Neither supposition proved true. The Neanderthal and Me takes readers on a palpitating journey through the Stone Age as they get to know man’s evolutionary cousin. It also high- lights the constantly evolving nature of scientific research, encouraging readers to foster their own curiosity and question seemingly proven facts and ideas.