The origin of species IS evolution. Getting from an original single celled life form to a tree a bird or a fungus is a pretty incredible feat no? Many many species appeared along the way, the far and away highest number of species that have ever existed.
So it's like complaining that a book about the evolution of modern car design didn't cover how the very first internal combustion engine was created.
Yes to both.
If I ask you your origin, would you immediately go back to Adam and Eve or would you explain your parents and their ancestry and so on?
What (if anything) do you mean by "ask you your origin"? I do not know what (if anything) it is supposed to be for someone to be "asked his/her origin", kind of like how I do not know what (if anything) it is supposed to be for someone to be "asked his/her shoe", as in "If I ask you your shoe..." Do you mean, "If I ask you a question about your origin"? If so, could you please ask the question you have in mind, here (if you really even do have a question in mind)?
Of Bessie, a calf born in 2019--would you say that she had, 10, 100, or 1,000 years ago, already originated, or would you say that she had not been originated until some time in 2018 or 2019? When, say you, did Bessie originate?
And, do cows evolve? If so, then when, say you, does Bessie start to evolve, and when does Bessie stop evolving? And, please describe what it is for Bessie the cow to evolve. Also, what does Bessie the cow evolve into? That's what evolution is, no?--something evolving into something? After all, we are well aware of the slogan, "Dinosaurs evolved into birds". So, again: when does Bessie the cow evolve, what is it for Bessie the cow to evolve, and into what does Bessie the cow evolve?
Many many species appeared along the way, the far and away highest number of species that have ever existed.
What?? Highest number in relation to what? What is the next highest "number of species that have ever existed"? What is the lowest "number of species that have ever existed"? What is the second lowest, and the third lowest?
And what (if anything) would you say it is for a species to "appear"?
And, would you say that life "appears" when a species "appears", or that life does not "appear" whenever a species "appears"? And, if BOTH life AND species "appear", but not at the same time(s), then when was the first time that a species "appeared", and when was the first time that life "appeared"--which "appearance" preceded the other, and by how much time did the one precede the other?