In 1519, a group of men set sail from Spain in five small wooden ships under the command of a Portuguese navigator, Ferdinand Magellan. Their voyage is the greatest sea journey in recorded history: the first voyage around the entire world. Against all odds, Magellan's skill and determination helped his crew reach their destination and eventually earned him the title of the greatest maritime explor...
Paperback: 156 pages
Publisher: KiwE Publishing, Ltd. (March 9, 2006)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
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imes. When Magellan embarked with his crew of 270 men, he could not have known that his journey would take almost three years to complete, only one ship with eighteen men aboard would return, and that he would not be among the survivors. Ferdinand Magellan's voyage changed the world. People will never think about their environment in the same way again. In this second biographical novel of the "What Made Them Famous?" series, Vargie Johnson tells an amazing story of Magellan.