Learn all about one of the most unique places on the planet, the Galápagos islands, in this beautifully illustrated children’s book.
This is the ultimate book about the Galápagos for kids, covering the formation of the islands, the fascinating animals that live there, the evolutionary traits of the flora, the diverse climates, the brilliant conservation efforts and much more!
This beautifully illustrated and photographic book provides a fascinating tour of the flora, fauna, and geology of the Galapágos islands. Children can learn about the unique and incredible wildlife, volcanoes, climate and Darwin’s theory of evolution from his visit to the Galápagos.
This educational book for children aged 7-11 features:
- Pages on geology, evolution, flora and fauna – everything that makes the Galápagos islands incredible and unique - Educational content surrounding the Galapagos islands’ conservation efforts, endemic species, incredible animals, evolution, geology, migration and much more - Beautiful and unique illustrations paired with expert-written text
The Galapágos islands is one of the most stunning, biologically diverse, nature-rich places on Earth – and this book covers everything that makes them one of the most unique places on the planet.
About the Author
Tom Jackson is a leading natural history writer based in the United Kingdom. As an author and contributor he has worked on more than 60 books. A zoology graduate from the University of Bristol, he has also worked as a zookeeper and in safari parks in Zimbabwe.
[foreword writer] Steve Backshall MBE is a BAFTA-winning British explorer, naturalist, TV host, and writer.
Chervelle Fryer is an illustrator hailing from the Welsh capital of Cardiff. Chervelle's style is unique and she loves the use of texture. She finds inspiration in flora, fauna, and traditional brush styles.