"[A] fast paced, fun adventure story." --Library Media Connection
From the Author
What teachers have said about MVP: Magellan Voyage Project:
"I use it in conjunction with the world geography unit I teach to my fifth graders.
They love it."
"Students end up learning a lot about continents, oceans, countries, mean of transportation, and time zones.
Plus, it's a great story."
"I base the first quarter of my fifth-grade social studies curriculum around reading this book. It's full of facts and information about time zones, transportation, cities, continents, oceans, and countries. Most important, it's an exciting fun read for all students year after year."
"After my fifth grade read MVP: Magellan Project, my students made bucket lists about places they wanted to visit. This book sparked a lot of interest about traveling."
"The MVP: Magellan Voyage Project multi-subject study guide that Douglas Evans supplies is very helpful and free."
"MVP: Magellan Voyage Project was the most popular book by far that my sixth graders read last year. Hope for a sequel and a movie!"
"Adam Story, a twelve year old boy, tries to travel around the world solo in forty days. There's been no book like this since Jules Verne."
Any teacher using this book as part of their language arts or social studies curriculums, let's set up a author/student Skype conference. No charge. Great fun!