WHO ARE THE NEANDERTHALS, REALLY? consists of a collection of illustrations and commentary about Neanderthals from Paleolithic times to today. After an introduction describing how and where the Neanderthals lived, the book features about 100 illustrations divided into five sections:
- scientific discoveries
- reconstructions of the Neanderthal's appearance
- recreations of Neanderthal life and art
- cartoon images of Neanderthals
- images of Neanderthal's in today's high tech world.
Each section of photos and illustrations is introduced with some commentary.
These images present an intriguing picture of the Neanderthals from paleontologists, anthropologists, historians, social commentators, and artists.
The book concludes with a short bibliography of books and articles about Neanderthals, and you can read a short introduction along with fictional stories of a few Neanderthals growing up in modern American society in The Neanderthals Are Back: The Beginning.
GINI GRAHAM SCOTT, Ph.D., J.D., is a nationally known writer, consultant, speaker, and seminar leader, specializing in business and work relationships, professional and personal development, social trends, and popular culture. She has published 50 books with major publishers and over 150 through her company Changemakers Publishing. She has worked with dozens of clients on memoirs, self-help, popular business books, and film scripts.
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About the Author
Gini Graham Scott has published over 50 books with mainstream publishers, focusing on social trends, work and business relationships, and personal and professional development. Some of these books include Scammed (Allworth Press), Lies and Liars: How and Why Sociopaths Lie and How to Detect and Deal with Them (Skyhorse Publishing, Internet Book Piracy (Allworth Press, The New Middle Ages (Nortia Press), and The Very Next New Thing (ABC-Clio). She published a series of books on homicide: Homicide by the Rich and Famous (Praeger Publishing; Berkley Books paperback), American Murder (ABC-Clio), and Homicide: A Hundred Years of Murder in America (Roxbury).
Scott has gained extensive media interest for previous books, including appearances on Good Morning America, Oprah, Montel Williams, CNN, and hundreds of radio interviews. She has frequently been quoted by the media and has set up websites to promote her most recent books, featured at www.ginigrahamscott.com and www.changemakerspublishing.com.
She has written, produced, and sometimes directed over 60 short videos, which are featured on her Changemakers Productions website at www.changemakersproductions.com and on YouTube at www.youtube.com/changemakersprod. Four of her feature films, which are in release or have distribution arrangements, deal with social issues and crime.
Scott has a PhD in sociology from U.C. Berkeley and MAs in Anthropology, Pop Culture and Lifestyles, Mass Communications and Organizational/Consumer/Audience Behavior, and Recreation and Tourism from Cal State, East Bay. She has most recently received an additional MA in Communications in 2017.