In 1832, Charles Darwin made a voyage aboard the Beagle, from England to the shores of South America. Their passage through the Argentine pampas, southern and central Chile, together with the Galapagos Islands provided important elements for the idea of the evolution of species.
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Recommended for 8 to 12 years Binding: Hardcover Size: 23,5 21,5 cm x Pages: 40 Año: 2008 ISBN: 978-956-8209-42-1
Darwin a journey to the end of the world ”invites us to embark on an exciting and entertaining journey with Captain Fitz Roy and naturalist Charles Darwin. With a fluid and dynamic prose we are transferred to the world of 1800, to an English society that refuses to accept the theory of the evolution of species and to South America with its original cultures that suffer the encounter with Europe. In brief pages, beautifully illustrated, and enriched with a map, they show Charles Darwin's voyage aboard the Beagle, with dates and places visited during the five years that his journey lasted. In this book the reader discovers the geography, flora and fauna of South America with scientific precision, historical vision and with a fresh sense of humor.
Isabel Salas, librarian at Colegio San Ignacio del Bosque.
Telling a story that connects with childhood in terms of the great curiosity and imagination of Charles Darwin, this beautiful little book manages, through its vivid story and beautiful illustrations, to transport us around the world with the English naturalist. As a young historian, I congratulate the authors and the publisher for building not only this particular title, but the entire "My Story" collection. In a discipline that, at times, seems to have forgotten its role in society, it is exercises like these that disseminate and enrich the work of the past. As a cousin of young children, and having read them Darwin's journey through a screen, in the midst of this pandemic, my congratulations only grow, for having achieved a story that excites, intrigues and excites young and old alike. Highly recommended!
Leone Sallusti, Client Amanuta
Ana María Pavez is one of the founders of Editorial Amanuta and co-author of several books: Flavors of America and The Unusual Journey of Jemmy Button, among others. She is currently the publisher's General Editor.
Olaya Sanfuentes Echeverria She has a degree in History from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, a Master of Arts from Georgetown University and a PhD in Art History from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She has written books, book chapters, and articles, as well as being involved in various curatorial projects in museums in Chile.
Rachel Echenique is an illustrator and designer at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He has illustrated more than twenty books in various publishing houses such as Amanuta, Lom and Ekaré Sur. He has received important recognitions, such as being a member of the IBBY 2006 Honor List for La Niña de la Calavera and the 2012 Colibrí Medal in the informative book category for The Larch, a thousand-year-old giant, both books published by Editorial Amanuta.
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