Ferdinand Magellan: The First Voyage Around the World
Readers will be fascinated to learn about Magellan, the Portuguese sailor who set off to find the Spice Islands for Spain. However, Magellan s journey was troubled from the start. Plagued by difficulties in navigation and managing his crew, Magellan s journey ended in tragedy with his murder. Set within the context of the Great Age of Discovery, this book is perfect for students learning about that period in history.
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