The Wonderous Journals of Dr. Wendell Wiggins
The Wondrous Journals of Dr. Wendell Wellington Wiggins
The Wonderous Journals of Dr. Wendell Wiggins
David Foote, Lesley M. M. Blume
The journals of Dr. Wendell Wellington Wiggins might just be the most extraordinary contribution to the study of the earth's past since the discovery of the Rosetta Stone. In the incredible pages of these thought-to-be-lost diaries, Dr. Wiggins—whom we now must consider the greatest paleozoologist of all time—has divulged the secrets of the truly ancient animal world: a world before human beings; a world before dinosaurs; a world that, until now, existed well beyond the outer reaches of human imagination. From deadly Amazonian Whispering Vines (Vitus Sussurus) to curious creatures called Brittle Bones (Futilis Ossis) to a mysterious pet named Gibear (Chiroptera Vicugna Pacosis), the discoveries of Dr. Wiggins will forever change the way we think about the world before us.

Book Details


  • Educational
  • Humor
  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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The book starts with a scientific meeting where the topic of discussion is the recent discovery of the 100 year old scientific journals of Dr. Wendell Wiggins. The  book is a detailed description of the journals. The book reveals an around the world journey by a young British college graduate. The young scientist,  Dr. Wiggins writes the journals during his travels to discover evidence of ancient  extinct species and find how and why they went extinct.

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