Darwin children’s book translated into Spanish

Darwin the Shuttle Runs Away, the children’s book based on the Darwin Autonomous Shuttle, has now been released in Spanish!

Darwin se escapa is a picture book aimed at children between four and eight years old. It tells the story of a lively but insecure self-driving vehicle called Darwin, who, afraid of being driven, runs away to start a new life as a bus. The original text was written in English by Harriet Evans and has been translated into Spanish by Leticia García.

Both versions of the book feature hand-painted colour illustrations by Alison Evans throughout.

Darwin se escapa can be bought here on Amazon.es and, if you’re not in Spain, can also be found on other versions of Amazon. The English version, Darwin the Shuttle Runs Away, is available here on Amazon.co.uk.

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