"What is contradictory about that?" + "the Bible labels Eve the first woman."
Genesis says that he created beasts and plants before humans, then created man and woman. It then goes on to say that after God had created all this, that Adam was alone, and that God subsequently created all the plants and animals that Genesis 1 claims God had created before man. Only after Adam rejects these companions, does God create a woman. The specific disparity concerning the chronology of woman's creation is why many Jews believe that Adam had another wife before Eve, named Lilith, who is a character referenced by other Hebrew texts written around the time the OT was.
"Could me give me some so I know what I'm working with?"
When the Book of Jasher was written, when the first priests were appointed, who made a covenant with Abimelech and Phichol, where Jacob's name was changed, the nationality of Moses' and Esau's wives, who was Moses' father-in-law, who Bashemath's and Zerubbabel's fathers were, whether Luz and Beth-el are different places, how many sons Eliphaz, Michal, and Jesse had, who proposed the appointment of the Judges, how many Israelites fled Egypt, where Aaron died and where the people went after his death, when and to what extent David annihilates the Amalekites, when Baasha died, how Saul died, when Saul met David, how much David paid for his property, whether it was God or Satan who told Davit to take the census, how large the census count was, how old Ahazia was when he became king and where he died, how Sisera was killed, who captured Debir, when Baasha died, whether or not Jehu's massacre was condoned by God, whether Ahaz was conquered, at what age Jehoichin became king, how long he reigned, and who succeeded him, how long Omri reigned, and whether or not there were multiple languages before the Tower of Babble are all questions to which the Bible gives different conflicting answers.