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This fine, beautifully illustrated book does everything an information book should. Its subject is the amazing expeditions taken by men and women over the centuries. Some subjects will be familiar – Shackleton, Marco Polo, Amelia Earhart – while others will be less well known, such as Ibn Battuta who travelled though Africa, Central Asia, Afghanistan and India in the 1300s. Travelling, he’s quoted as saying, ‘turns you into a storyteller’, and the stories told in this book are proof that truth is at least as gripping as fiction. Young readers will be left not just informed but inspired to find out more, and with a bigger view of the world. ~ Andrea Reece
360 Degrees is a non-fiction imprint of the Little Tiger Group. Each book is unique in subject and presentation style. 360 Degrees’ main objective is to create accessible and unique non-fiction books, ensuring the highest production values and attention to creative detail.
The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page. So wrote Saint Augustine almost 1,700 years ago, and his words are as true now as they were then. Read your way around the world with some of history's greatest storymakers. As well as the usual suspects, explore some lesser-known but equally amazing journeys, including that of Nobu Shirase - who raced Scott and Amundsen to the South Pole - and Henry Box Brown - a slave who posted himself to freedom.
|Publication date:||5th April 2018|
|Illustrator:||Leo Hartas, Chris Chalik, Jon Davis|
|Publisher:||360 Degrees an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 7+ readers, 9+ readers|
|Genres:||History, People / Places|
|Other Categories:||360 Degrees|
Jonathan Litton has written numerous children's books in prose and verse. He loves using his science background to write about sea creatures, space and saving the planet, but is also fond of penning stories about pirates, princesses and picnics. When not writing, he can usually be found on his bike.More About Jonathan Litton