Charles and Emma : the Darwins' leap of faith
Source:Henry Holt and Co., Volume 1st, New York, p.268 (2009)
Call Number:Cubb Curr QH31 .D2 H42 2009
Keywords:1808-1896--Juvenile literature, 1809-1882--Juvenile literature, Charles, Darwin, Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882, Darwin, Emma Wedgwood, 1808-1896, Emma Wedgwood, Naturalists--England--Biography, Naturalists--England--Biography--Juvenile literature, School Library Journal Best Books 2009
Summary: "Charles Darwin published 'The origin of species,' his revolutionary treatise on evolution, in 1859. Even today, the theory of evolution creates tension between the scientific and religious communities. This same debate raged within Darwin himself and played an important part in his marriage: Emma's faith gave Charles a lot to think about as he worked on his controversial theory. His wife's religious convictions made him rethink how the world would receive his ideas"--From publisher description.
Lexile measure 1020; ages 8-18; book level 7.6; autobiography and biography