Books about Darwin

Books about Charles Darwin.

Charles Darwin, Vol.1: Voyaging
by Janet Browne
Part 1 of an entertaining two-part biography of Charles Darwin.

Charles Darwin's Beagle Diary
by R D Keynes
A complete transcript of Darwin's Beagle Journal.

The Voyage of the Beagle
by Charles Darwin
Darwin's first masterpiece.

Fossils, Finches and Fuegians
by Richard Keynes
A detailed account of Darwin's Beagle voyage.

Charles Darwin
by Cyril Aydon
A short, very readable biography of Charles Darwin.

Darwin and the Barnacle
by Rebecca Stott
Charles Darwin's eight-year barnacle odyssey.

Darwin: Discovering the Tree of Live
by Niles Eldredge
A fascinating analysis of the development of Darwin's thinking.

Charles Darwin, Geologist
by Sandra Herbert
What Charles Darwin did for geology.

The Reluctant Mr Darwin
by David Quammen
Handy analysis of Darwin's procrastination over publishing Origin of Species.

Darwin's Sacred Cause
by Adrian Desmond & James Moore
How Charles Darwin's abhorrence of slavery influenced his science.

Darwin's Origin of Species: a biography
by Janet Browne
A short biography of one of the most revolutionary books ever written.

Darwin Slept Here
by Eric Simons
Young travel writer follows in the footsteps of Darwin.

HMS Beagle: The ship that changed the course of history
by Keith S Thomson
A biography of one of the most important ships in history.

HMS Beagle: Survey Ship Extraordinary
by Karl Heinz Marquardt
Meticulously detailed ship's plans of HMS Beagle, for anyone thinking of making a model or replica.

The Correspondence of Charles Darwin, volume 7: 1858–1859
by Charles Darwin and his correspondents
Darwin's correspondence leading up to the publication of On the Origin of Species.

Darwin in Cambridge
by John van Wyhe
A useful booklet about Darwin's Cambridge connections.

Darwin in Scotland
by JF Derry, FCD
Darwin's influences and influencees north of the border.

Darwin's Mysterious Illness
by Robert Youngson
13-page booklet examining the possible causes for Darwin's illness.

Darwin's Garden
by Michael Boulter
The first book with the word Darwin on the spine that I ever gave up on.

The Curious Mind of Young Darwin
by Sarah Bellis, Caroline Cook & Jenni Taylor
A Darwin-themed activity book for children, reviewed by Eleanor Armitage, age 6½.

What Mr Darwin Saw
by Mick Manning & Brita Granström
'What Charles Darwin saw on his massive, amazing journey!' Reviewed by Eleanor Armitage, age 7.

Darwin and Lady Hope: the Untold Story
by L.R. Croft
Perpetuating the myth about Darwin's deathbed conversion.

The Origin of Darwinism: Charles Darwin and The Origin of Species
by James Randerson (ed.)
Guardian ebook anthology.