KiwE Publishing, Ltd.

Charles Darwin, the Discoverer

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ISBN: 9781931195911
Publisher: KiwE Publishing, Ltd.
Publication Date: 2006-03-09
Number of pages: 152
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In 1836, the English naturalist, Charles Darwin, returned home from a five-year voyage aboard the HMS Beagle. He was given the task of collecting as many different plants, animals, fossils, and minerals from the countries he visited. During his journeys Darwin spent many hours recording his observations. On his return to England, he began to conceptualize the theory of evolution. Darwin believed that all plants and animals on Earth evolved over the centuries into their present form. When he presented his theory to the public, they laughed at him and scorned his ideas. Finally, more than twenty years later, he published his theory of evolution. At first the public rejected it, but within a few years his theory became widely accepted as fact in the scientific community. Vargie Johnson tells the story of how Charles Darwin became famous for his theory of evolution in this first biographical novel of the "What Made Them Famous?" series.

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