Christopher Columbus: Across the Ocean Sea
Christopher Columbus: Across the Ocean describes the life and times of Master Navigator Christopher Columbus as he daringly set sail west from Europe, confident he would reach the Indies. Columbus never realized that his voyages across the Atlantic Ocean would be recognized as a major turning point in world history. This book is part of the Heroes of History series of biographies that are told in an engaging narrative format.
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