06 March, 2019

Anna and Evan Meet Charles Darwin by Tanya Hutter and Lina Daniel - [Book Review]

Book Details:

Title : Anna and Evan meet Charles Darwin
Authors: Tanya Hutter and Lina Danie
Illustrator: Karin Eklund
Length of the Book : 30 pages
Publisher : Clink Street 

Genre: Educational book, Picture book, Science


Blurb:

Join Anna and Evan on a magical adventure to the Galapagos Islands where they meet Charles Darwin, discover unusual animals and learn some interesting scientific facts.

This engaging and educational book is ideal for young children to encourage curiosity and interest in the natural world and science.

My Review :

This is an educational picture book which is suitable for kids below 10 years. Anna and Evan pronounce a magic spell and go to 'Galapagos' island. They meet none other than Charles Darwin, English geologist, naturalist, and scientist. 

Anna and Evan learn about the differences between animals in the same species living in different places. They also clarify their doubt about bears.


The book has listed a number of interesting facts in a simple way with good illustrations. My 8 yr old son absolutely loved the book. My 4-year-old could understand the story through the lovely illustrations. The Book cover is good and the section about Charles Darwin at the end of the book and the glossary are worth the mention.

My Rating: 5/5

Purchase Link: Kobo

PS: Thanks to Authoright for providing me a review copy! 

About the Authors:




As a young girl, Dr. Tanya Hutter couldn't imagine that she would end up being a leading scientist in nanotechnology and chemical sensing, and a Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge. Currently, she lives in Cambridge with her husband and their two curious children that inspired the book.

Lina Daniel has been always interested in science and medicine, eventually becoming a chemist and a pharmacist, and currently working in the pharmaceutical industry. With her husband, she is raising three enthusiastic boys. They all share a passion for scientific experiences, engineering novelties, fun historical facts, travels, and adventures.

Tanya and Lina have been close friends for over two decades. The fact that they are both raising young children enhanced their desire to encourage kids to learn about science, and finally, drew them to write their first illustration book for small children. Hopefully, this will be the first one in a series of books about notable scientists and engine
ers.

Until next time,

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