Mark the Mountain Guide and the Compass Adventure by Mark Seaton
  

Synopsis

Mark the Mountain Guide and the Compass Adventure by Mark Seaton

Mark the Mountain Guide is the first in a new series of books written by Mark Seaton, a mountain guide who lives and works in the European Alps. The book is endorsed by the International Mountain Guide Association and features an introduction by mountaineer Sir Chris Bonington. It's a beautiful morning at the Marmot Mountaineering School when an enormous avalanche blocks the path back to High Alp Village. How will the students ever get home? Join Mark and his friends on their exciting journey as they slide over Grumpy Gorge, trek across Sorbet Glacier and scale the Applestrudelhorn. The book features a play section, packed with facts and tips on safe mountaineering. Perfect for little adventurers! To watch a video of Mark the Mountain Guide, click here

About the Author

Mark Seaton is an internationally qualified Mountain Guide who has lived and worked in the European Alps since 1992. He lives with his wife Jane, their daughters Andrea, Florence and Sophie, and their Bernese mountain dog, Leo, in the Chamonix Valley. Lorna and Graham Philpot are an ingenious collaborative team. Anthony Ant and his Extraordinary Underground Maze became an instant success when it was first published in 1990 in the UK, USA, and Canada. It won the coveted Best Picture Book 1994 award, voted for by the Federation of Children's Books in the United Kingdom. Anthony Ant's success blossomed into a collection of books and a major TV series. Lorna and Graham Philpot live with their three children, Leonie, Henrietta and Maddox in London.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages
Interest Age: 3-6

Author

Mark Seaton
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Publisher

Boxer Books Limited

Publication date

2nd April 2009

ISBN

9781905417988


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