En la otra punta de la Tierra: La vuelta al mundo de Magallanes (Descubridores del mundo) (Paperback)

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En la otra punta de la Tierra: La vuelta al mundo de Magallanes (Descubridores del mundo) (Paperback)

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In this series of titles for young adults, the historical deeds of some of the world’s best-known adventurers are presented in novel format. Each book contains a photographic documentary that prolongs the adventure.

 

Seville, 1519: a young Knight of Malta, Antonio Pigafetta, learns that an explorer named Magellan plans to travel to the mysterious Maluku islands of Indonesia by a route that no one has ever attempted before. With great excitement, Antonio decides to join the expedition.

 

En esta serie de títulos para adolescentes, los hechos históricos de algunos de los más reconocidos aventureros del mundo están presentados en formato de novela. Cada libro contiene un cuaderno de fotos para prolongar la aventura.

 Sevilla, 1519: un joven caballero de Malta, Antonio Pigafetta, oye que un navegante llamado Magallanes planea un largo viaje hacia las misteriosas islas Molucas de Indonesia por una ruta que ningún hombre ha seguido jamás. Con gran emoción, Antonio decide unirse a la expedición.

Philippe Nessman is an author of books for young adults and the editor of a nonfiction imprint of the French publisher Mango.

Product Details ISBN: 9788483430538
ISBN-10: 8483430533
Publisher: Bambú
Publication Date: September 1st, 2009
Pages: 240
Language: Spanish
Series: Descubridores del mundo
"Historic; it leaves you slack jawed."  —Le journal de Mickey, on the French-language edition "The description of the characters is so expert that they seem like flesh and bone. The story is very well-written. We held our breath until the last page."  —Lire Junior, on the French-language edition "A photographic documentary in the middle of the book perfectly complements the adventure."  —Crokalire, on the French-language edition