How to Train Your Dragon meets natural history, with real science, in this story of discovery through one of the lens of one of the most historical voyages in history.
It's 1835. Cabin boy Simon Covington is on the voyage of a lifetime to the Galapagos Islands with the world-famous scientist, Charles Darwin.
But when Simon falls overboard during a huge storm, he washes up on an unexplored island. Stranded there, he makes a discovery that could change the world. Now it's not just his own survival at stake - the future of an undiscovered species is in his hands. But perhaps there's one person who could help…
Based on the real events of Charles Darwin's legendary voyage, this is a novel that melds science with wonder.Note about the story. “People and Places in Darwin’s Dragons.” Interview with Lindsay Galvin. Charles Darwin Time line. Reading list.
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