This fifth title in National Geographic Society's acclaimed photobiography series celebrates Roy Chapman Andrews (1884–1960), one of the great explorers of the century. Andrews is best known for discovering dinosaur bones, whole fossilized dinosaur eggs, and a previously unknown dinosaur species in Mongolia's Gobi Desert.
National Geographic's award-winning Photobiographies series provides middle-grade readers with pictorially based biographies of famous pioneers in their fields. With an emphasis on first person accounts and extraordinary archival photographs this stunningly designed series is both handsome and compelling. Maps, chronologies, resource guides, bibliographies, and indices make this the perfect choice for report writers.