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Teach with the best books. Enjoy fast planning tools and stay organized with your personal file cabinet and dashboard. Join Now. Already a member? Login here. Username or E-mail. Mark Serreze The story of how Byrd made it through the long Antarctic night, all alone, slowly being poisoned, is at the same time both inspiring and chilling.

The Quest for the Northwest Passage and the North Pole, Pierre Berton 4. James R. Cook, Philip Edwards 4. The Epic Story of the First Crossing of North America. Paul Schneider 4. The Rise and Fall of Captain James Cook. Ray Bradbury 4. Orson Scott Card This is language that is meant, like ancient Anglo-Saxon alliterative verse, to be read aloud.

It contains its own music. It is music. The Epic Hunt for the Lost Franklin Expedition. Paul Watson 4. Valerie Hansen This is probably the most fun book. Each chapter is about explorers from a different country. The Life of Roald Amundsen. Stephen R. Bown 4. Featuring recommendations from Richard Branson, Barack Obama, Stephen King, and other experts.

Endurance Shackleton's Incredible Voyage Alfred Lansing 5. The harrowing tale of British explorer Ernest Shackleton's attempt to reach the South Pole, one of the greatest adventure stories of the modern age. In August , polar explorer Ernest Shackleton boarded the Endurance became locked in an island of ice.

Thus began the legendary ordeal of Shackleton and his crew of twenty-seven men. When their ship was finally crushed between two ice floes, they attempted a near-impossible journey over miles of the South Atlantic's heaviest seas to the closest outpost of civilization.

In Endurance , the In Endurance , the definitive account of Ernest Shackleton's fateful trip, Alfred Lansing brilliantly narrates the harrowing and miraculous voyage that has defined heroism for the modern age. Recommended by Ryan Holiday, Scott Belsky, Mark Moses, and 5 others.

Buy on Amazon. In the Kingdom of Ice The Grand and Terrible Polar Voyage of the USS Jeannette Hampton Sides 4. On July 8, , Captain George Washington De Long and his team of thirty-two men set sail from San Francisco on the USS Jeanette. Heading deep into uncharted Arctic waters, they carried the aspirations of a young country burning to be the first nation to reach the North Pole.

Two years into the voyage, the Jeannette's hull was breached by an impassable stretch of pack ice, forcing the crew to abandon ship amid torrents of rushing of water. Hours later, the ship had sunk below the surface, marooning the men a thousand miles north of Siberia, where they faced a terrifying march Hours later, the ship had sunk below the surface, marooning the men a thousand miles north of Siberia, where they faced a terrifying march with minimal supplies across the endless ice pack.

Enduring everything from snow blindness and polar bears to ferocious storms and labyrinths of ice, the crew battled madness and starvation as they struggled desperately to survive.

With thrilling twists and turns, In The Kingdom of Ice is a tale of heroism and determination in the most brutal place on Earth. Recommended by Brent Glass, and 1 others. The Lost City of Z A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon DAVID GRANN 4.

A grand mystery reaching back centuries. A sensational disappearance that made headlines around the world. A quest for truth that leads to death, madness or disappearance for those who seek to solve it.

The Lost City of Z is a blockbuster adventure narrative about what lies beneath the impenetrable jungle canopy of the Amazon. In , Fawcett ventured into the Amazon to find an ancient civilization, hoping to make one of the most important discoveries in history.

For centuries Europeans believed the world's largest jungle concealed the glittering kingdom of El Dorado. Thousands had died looking for it, leaving many scientists convinced that the Amazon was truly inimical to humans.

But Fawcett, whose daring expeditions inspired Conan Doyle's The Lost World , had spent years building his scientific case.

Captivating the imagination of millions round the globe, Fawcett embarked with his year-old son, determined to prove that this ancient civilisation--which he dubbed Z--existed. Then his expedition vanished. Countless have perished, been captured by tribes or gone mad.

Recommended by The Jupiter Girl, and 1 others. Undaunted Courage Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West Stephen E. This was a military expedition into hostile territory'.

In President Thomas Jefferson selected his personal secretary, Captain Meriwether Lewis, to lead a pioneering voyage across the Great Plains and into the Rockies. It was completely uncharted territory; a wild, vast land ruled by the Indians. Charismatic and brave, Lewis was the perfect choice and he experienced the savage North American continent before any other white man.

UNDAUNTED COURAGE is the tale of a hero, but it is also a tragedy. Lewis may have received a hero's welcome on his return to Washington in , but his discoveries did not match the president's fantasies of sweeping, fertile plains ripe for the taking.

Feeling the expedition had been a failure, Lewis took to drink and piled up debts. Full of colourful characters - Jefferson, the president obsessed with conquering the west; William Clark, the rugged frontiersman; Sacagawea, the Indian girl who accompanied the expedition; Drouillard, the French-Indian hunter - this is one of the great adventure stories of all time and it shot to the top of the US bestseller charts.

Drama, suspense, danger and diplomacy combine with romance and personal tragedy making UNDAUNTED COURAGE an outstanding work of scholarship and a thrilling adventure. Recommended by Jamie Dimon, Danielle Morrill, and 2 others. The River of Doubt Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey Candice Millard 4.

The River of Doubt—it is a black, uncharted tributary of the Amazon that snakes through one of the most treacherous jungles in the world. Indians armed with poison-tipped arrows haunt its shadows; piranhas glide through its waters; boulder-strewn rapids turn the river into a roiling cauldron.

After his humiliating election defeat in , Roosevelt set his After his humiliating election defeat in , Roosevelt set his sights on the most punishing physical challenge he could find, the first descent of an unmapped, rapids-choked tributary of the Amazon.

In the process, he changed the map of the western hemisphere forever. Along the way, Roosevelt and his men faced an unbelievable series of hardships, losing their canoes and supplies to punishing whitewater rapids, and enduring starvation, Indian attack, disease, drowning, and a murder within their own ranks.

Three men died, and Roosevelt was brought to the brink of suicide. The River of Doubt brings alive these extraordinary events in a powerful nonfiction narrative thriller that happens to feature one of the most famous Americans who ever lived. Recommended by Ryan Holiday, and 1 others. Into Thin Air A Personal Account of the Mt.

Everest Disaster Jon Krakauer 4. When Jon Krakauer reached the summit of Mt. Everest in the early afternoon of May 10, , he hadn't slept in fifty-seven hours and was reeling from the brain-altering effects of oxygen depletion. As he turned to begin his long, dangerous descent from 29, feet, twenty other climbers were still pushing doggedly toward the top.

No one had noticed that the sky had begun to fill with clouds. Six hours later and 3, feet lower, in knot winds and blinding snow, Krakauer collapsed in his tent, freezing, hallucinating from exhaustion and hypoxia, but safe.

The following morning, he learned The following morning, he learned that six of his fellow climbers hadn't made it back to their camp and were desperately struggling for their lives. When the storm finally passed, five of them would be dead, and the sixth so horribly frostbitten that his right hand would have to be amputated.

Into Thin Air is the definitive account of the deadliest season in the history of Everest by the acclaimed journalist and author of the bestseller Into the Wild. On assignment for Outside Magazine to report on the growing commercialization of the mountain, Krakauer, an accomplished climber, went to the Himalayas as a client of Rob Hall, the most respected high-altitude guide in the world.

A rangy, thirty-five-year-old New Zealander, Hall had summited Everest four times between and and had led thirty-nine climbers to the top. Ascending the mountain in close proximity to Hall's team was a guided expedition led by Scott Fischer, a forty-year-old American with legendary strength and drive who had climbed the peak without supplemental oxygen in But neither Hall nor Fischer survived the rogue storm that struck in May Krakauer examines what it is about Everest that has compelled so many people -- including himself -- to throw caution to the wind, ignore the concerns of loved ones, and willingly subject themselves to such risk, hardship, and expense.

Written with emotional clarity and supported by his unimpeachable reporting, Krakauer's eyewitness account of what happened on the roof of the world is a singular achievement. Into the Wild is available on audio, read by actor Campbell Scott. Recommended by Richard Branson, Katie Phang, Holger Seim, and 5 others.

Over the Edge of the World Magellan's Terrifying Circumnavigation of the Globe Laurence Bergreen 4. it is all here in the wondrous detail, a first-rate historical page turner.

Now in Over the Edge of the World , prize-winning biographer and Now in Over the Edge of the World , prize-winning biographer and journalist Laurence Bergreen entwines a variety of candid, firsthand accounts, bringing to life this groundbreaking and majestic tale of discovery that changed both the way explorers would henceforth navigate the oceans and history itself.

The Worst Journey In The World Apsley CHERRY-GARRARD 4. In his introduction to the harrowing story of the Scott expedition to the South Pole, Apsley Cherry-Garrard states that 'Polar Exploration is at once the cleanest and most isolated way of having a bad time which has been devised.

One of the youngest members of Scott's team, the author was later part of the rescue party that eventually found the frozen bodies of Scott and three men who had accompanied him on the final push to the Pole. Prior to this sad denouement, Cherry-Garrard's account is Prior to this sad denouement, Cherry-Garrard's account is filled with details of scientific discovery and anecdotes of human resilience in a harsh environment, supported by diary excerpts and accounts from other explorers.

Summing up the reasons for writing the book, Cherry-Garrard says 'To me, and perhaps to you, the interest in this story is the men, and it is the spirit of the men, "the response of the spirit", which is interesting rather than what they did or failed to do: except in a superficial sense they never failed-It is a story about human minds with all kinds of ideas and questions involved, which stretch beyond the furthest horizons.

Recommended by Paul Theroux, Sara Wheeler, and 2 others. The Lost City of the Monkey God A True Story Douglas Preston 4. NAMED A NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK OF 1 New York Times and 1 Wall Street Journal bestseller!

A Best Book of from the Boston Globe One of the 12 Best Books of the Year from National Geographic Included in Lithub 's Ultimate Best Books of List A Favorite Science Book of from Science News A five-hundred-year-old legend.

An ancient curse. A stunning medical A stunning medical mystery. And a pioneering journey into the unknown heart of the world's densest jungle.

Since the days of conquistador Hernán Cortés, rumors have circulated about a lost city of immense wealth hidden somewhere in the Honduran interior, called the White City or the Lost City of the Monkey God. Indigenous tribes speak of ancestors who fled there to escape the Spanish invaders, and they warn that anyone who enters this sacred city will fall ill and die.

In , swashbuckling journalist Theodore Morde returned from the rainforest with hundreds of artifacts and an electrifying story of having found the Lost City of the Monkey God-but then committed suicide without revealing its location.

Three quarters of a century later, bestselling author Doug Preston joined a team of scientists on a groundbreaking new quest. In he climbed aboard a rickety, single-engine plane carrying the machine that would change everything: lidar, a highly advanced, classified technology that could map the terrain under the densest rainforest canopy.

In an unexplored valley ringed by steep mountains, that flight revealed the unmistakable image of a sprawling metropolis, tantalizing evidence of not just an undiscovered city but an enigmatic, lost civilization. Venturing into this raw, treacherous, but breathtakingly beautiful wilderness to confirm the discovery, Preston and the team battled torrential rains, quickmud, disease-carrying insects, jaguars, and deadly snakes.

But it wasn't until they returned that tragedy struck: Preston and others found they had contracted in the ruins a horrifying, sometimes lethal-and incurable-disease.

Suspenseful and shocking, filled with colorful history, hair-raising adventure, and dramatic twists of fortune, THE LOST CITY OF THE MONKEY GOD is the absolutely true, eyewitness account of one of the great discoveries of the twenty-first century.

p1 {margin: 0. s1 {font-kerning: none} less. Into the Wild Jon Krakauer 4. Librarian's Note: An alternate cover edition can be found here In April, , a young man from a well-to-do family hitchhiked to Alaska and walked alone into the wilderness north of Mt.

His name was Christopher Johnson McCandless. Four months later, a party of moose hunters found his decomposed body. How McCandless came to die is the unforgettable story of Into the Wild.

Immediately after graduating from college in , McCandless had roamed through the West and Southwest on a vision quest like those made by his heroes Jack London and John Muir.

In the Mojave Desert he abandoned his car, stripped it of its license plates, and burned all of his cash. He would give himself a new name, Alexander Supertramp, and, unencumbered by money and belongings, he would be free to wallow in the raw, unfiltered experiences that nature presented.

Craving a blank spot on the map, McCandless simply threw away the maps. Leaving behind his desperate parents and sister, he vanished into the wild. Recommended by Holger Seim, and 1 others. Don't have time to read the top Exploration books of all time?

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Sign Up for Free Book Summaries. Alone on the Ice The Greatest Survival Story in the History of Exploration David Roberts 4. The dogs were gone. Now Mawson himself plunged through a snow bridge, dangling over an abyss by the sledge harness.

A line of poetry gave him the will to haul himself back to the surface. Mawson was sometimes reduced to crawling, and one night he discovered that the soles Mawson was sometimes reduced to crawling, and one night he discovered that the soles of his feet had completely detached from the flesh beneath.

South The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition Sir Ernest Shackleton, Peter King 4. In , as the shadow of war falls across Europe, a party led by veteran explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton sets out to become the first to traverse the Antarctic continent.

Their initial optimism is short-lived, however, as the ice field slowly thickens, encasing the ship Endurance in a death-grip, crushing their craft, and marooning 28 men on a polar ice floe.

In an epic struggle of man versus the elements, Shackleton leads his team on a harrowing quest for survival over some of the most unforgiving terrain in the world. Icy, tempestuous seas full of gargantuan waves, mountainous Icy, tempestuous seas full of gargantuan waves, mountainous glaciers and icebergs, unending brutal cold, and ever-looming starvation are their mortal foes as Shackleton and his men struggle to stay alive.

What happened to those brave men forever stands as a testament to their strength of will and the power of human endurance. This is their story, as told by the man who led them. The Endurance Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Expedition Caroline Alexander 4.

In August , days before the outbreak of the First World War, the renowned explorer Ernest Shackleton and a crew of twenty-seven set sail for the South Atlantic in pursuit of the last unclaimed prize in the history of exploration: the first crossing on foot of the Antarctic continent.

Weaving a treacherous path through the freezing Weddell Sea, they had come within eighty-five miles of their destination when their ship, Endurance, was trapped fast in the ice pack. Soon the ship was crushed like matchwood, leaving the crew stranded on the floes. Their ordeal would last for twenty months, Their ordeal would last for twenty months, and they would make two near-fatal attempts to escape by open boat before their final rescue.

Drawing upon previously unavailable sources, Caroline Alexander gives us a riveting account of Shackleton's expedition--one of history's greatest epics of survival.

And she presents the astonishing work of Frank Hurley, the Australian photographer whose visual record of the adventure has never before been published comprehensively.

Together, text and image re-create the terrible beauty of Antarctica, the awful destruction of the ship, and the crew's heroic daily struggle to stay alive, a miracle achieved largely through Shackleton's inspiring leadership. The survival of Hurley's remarkable images is scarcely less miraculous: The original glass plate negatives, from which most of the book's illustrations are superbly reproduced, were stored in hermetically sealed cannisters that survived months on the ice floes, a week in an open boat on the polar seas, and several more months buried in the snows of a rocky outcrop called Elephant Island.

Finally Hurley was forced to abandon his professional equipment; he captured some of the most unforgettable images of the struggle with a pocket camera and three rolls of Kodak film. Published in conjunction with the American Museum of Natural History's landmark exhibition on Shackleton's journey, The Endurance thrillingly recounts one of the last great adventures in the Heroic Age of exploration--perhaps the greatest of them all.

The Martian Andy Weir 4. Note: Alternate-Cover Edition for this ASIN can be found here Six days ago, astronaut Mark Watney became one of the first people to walk on Mars.

Now, he's sure he'll be the first person to die there. Chances are, though, he won't have time to starve to death. The damaged machinery, unforgiving environment, or plain-old "human error" are much more likely to kill him first.

But Mark isn't ready to give up yet. Drawing on his ingenuity, his engineering skills—and a relentless, dogged refusal to quit—he steadfastly confronts one seemingly insurmountable obstacle after the next.

Will his resourcefulness be enough to overcome the impossible odds against him? Recommended by Ev Williams, Craig Barrett, Dan Christensen, and 5 others. What really happened to Dr. David Livingstone? The New York Times bestselling coauthor of Survivor: The Ultimate Game investigates in this thrilling account.

With the utterance of a single line--"Doctor Livingstone, I presume? But the true story behind Dr. David Livingstone and journalist Henry Morton Stanley is one that has escaped telling.

Into Africa is an extraordinarily researched account of a thrilling adventure--defined by Into Africa is an extraordinarily researched account of a thrilling adventure--defined by alarming foolishness, intense courage, and raw human achievement.

In the mids, exploration had reached a plateau. The seas and continents had been mapped, the globe circumnavigated. Yet one vexing puzzle remained unsolved: what was the source of the mighty Nile river? Aiming to settle the mystery once and for all, Great Britain called upon its legendary explorer, Dr.

David Livingstone, who had spent years in Africa as a missionary. In March , Livingstone steered a massive expedition into the heart of Africa. In his path lay nearly impenetrable, uncharted terrain, hostile cannibals, and deadly predators.

Within weeks, the explorer had vanished without a trace. Years passed with no word. While debate raged in England over whether Livingstone could be found--or rescued--from a place as daunting as Africa, James Gordon Bennett, Jr.

He would send a young journalist, Henry Morton Stanley, into Africa to search for Livingstone. A drifter with great ambition, but little success to show for it, Stanley undertook his assignment with gusto, filing reports that would one day captivate readers and dominate the front page of the New York Herald.

Tracing the amazing journeys of Livingstone and Stanley in alternating chapters, author Martin Dugard captures with breathtaking immediacy the perils and challenges these men faced. Woven into the narrative, Dugard tells an equally compelling story of the remarkable transformation that occurred over the course of nine years, as Stanley rose in power and prominence and Livingstone found himself alone and in mortal danger.

The first book to draw on modern research and to explore the combination of adventure, politics, and larger-than-life personalities involved, Into Africa is a riveting read. Packing for Mars The Curious Science of Life in the Void Mary Roach 4.

The best-selling author of Stiff and Bonk explores the irresistibly strange universe of space travel and life without gravity. Recommended by Deborah Blum, and 1 others.

In the Heart of the Sea The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex Nathaniel Philbrick 4. With a tremendous cracking and splintering of oak, it struck the ship just beneath the anchor secured at the cat-head on the port bow In a harrowing page-turner, Nathaniel Philbrick restores this epic story to its rightful place in American history.

In , the ton Essex set sail from Nantucket on a routine voyage for whales. Fifteen months later, in the farthest reaches of the South Pacific, it was repeatedly rammed and sunk by an eighty-ton bull sperm whale.

Its twenty-man crew, fearing cannibals on the islands to the west, made for the 3,mile-distant coast of South America in three tiny boats. During ninety days at sea under horrendous conditions, the survivors clung to life as one by one, they succumbed to hunger, thirst, disease, and fear.

Philbrick interweaves his account of this extraordinary ordeal of ordinary men with a wealth of whale lore and with a brilliantly detailed portrait of the lost, unique community of Nantucket whalers. Impeccably researched and beautifully told, the book delivers the ultimate portrait of man against nature, drawing on a remarkable range of archival and modern sources, including a long-lost account by the ship's cabin boy.

At once a literary companion and a page-turner that speaks to the same issues of class, race, and man's relationship to nature that permeate the works of Melville, In the Heart of the Sea will endure as a vital work of American history.

Recommended by Richard Branson, Ryan Holiday, and 2 others. Longitude The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of His Time Dava Sobel, Neil Armstrong 4.

Anyone alive in the eighteenth century would have known that "the longitude problem" was the thorniest scientific dilemma of the day—and had been for centuries. Lacking the ability to measure their longitude, sailors throughout the great ages of exploration had been literally lost at sea as soon as they lost sight of land.

Thousands of lives, and the increasing fortunes of nations, hung on a resolution. The scientific establishment of Europe—from Galileo to Sir Issac Newton—had mapped the heavens in both hemispheres in its certain pursuit of a celestial answer.

In stark contrast, In stark contrast, one man, John Harrison, dared to imagine a mechanical solution—a clock that would keep precise time at sea, something no clock had ever been able to do on land. Longitude is a dramatic human story of an epic scientific quest and Harrison's forty-year obsession with building his perfect timekeeper, known today as the chronometer.

Full of heroism and chicanery, it is also a fascinating brief history of astronomy, navigation, and clock-making, and opens a new window on our world.

On its 10th anniversary, a gift edition of this classic book, with a forward by one of history's greatest explorers, and eight pages of color illustrations.

Recommended by Richard Branson, and 1 others. Sea of Glory America's Voyage of Discovery, the U. Exploring Expedition, Nathaniel Philbrick 4.

In this New York Times Notable Book and bestseller, the National Book Award-winning author of In the Heart of the Sea writes about one of the world's most ambitious voyages of discovery--the U. Exploring Expedition of that included six sailing vessels and a crew of hundreds who set out to map the Pacific Ocean.

Kon-Tiki Thor Heyerdahl 4. Kon-Tiki is the record of an astonishing adventure -- a journey of 4, nautical miles across the Pacific Ocean by raft.

Intrigued by Polynesian folklore, biologist Thor Heyerdahl suspected that the South Sea Islands had been settled by an ancient race from thousands of miles to the east, led by a mythical hero, Kon-Tiki. He decided to prove his theory by duplicating the legendary voyage.

On April 28, , Heyerdahl and five other adventurers sailed from Peru on a balsa log raft. After three months on the open sea, encountering raging storms, whales, and sharks, they After three months on the open sea, encountering raging storms, whales, and sharks, they sighted land -- the Polynesian island of Puka Puka.

Translated into sixty-five languages, Kon-Tiki is a classic, inspiring tale of daring and courage -- a magnificent saga of men against the sea. Washington Square Press' Enriched Classics present the great works of world literature enhanced for the contemporary reader.

This edition of Kon-Tiki has been prepared by an editorial committee headed by Harry Shefter, professor of English at New York University. It includes a foreword by the author, a selection of critical excerpts, notes, an index, and a unique visual essay of the voyage. Recommended by Ovidiu Drugan, and 1 others.

Go 20, Leagues Under the Sea with Sterling's Illustrated Classics series, and see Jules Verne's fantastic water-world as never before: through more than 70 stunning steampunk images illustrated by the incredible William O'Connor. Come on board the Nautilus and plunge below the waves with Captain Nemo on a voyage of exploration and imagination.

Recommended by Richard Branson, Alan Kay, Jan Zalasiewicz, and 3 others. The White Nile Alan Moorehead 4. Relive all the thrills and adventure of Alan Moorehead's classic bestseller The White Nile -- the daring exploration of the Nile River in the second half of the nineteenth century, which was at that time the most mysterious and impenetrable region on earth.

Capturing in breathtaking prose the larger-than-life personalities of such notable figures as Stanley, Livingstone, Burton and many others, The White Nile remains a seminal work in tales of discovery and escapade, filled with incredible historical detail and compelling stories of heroism and drama.

Recommended by Dan Morrison, and 1 others. Recommended by Adam Conover, Scott Keyes, Colin Calloway, and 3 others. Frozen in Time The Fate of the Franklin Expedition Owen Beattie 4. The international bestseller revealing the fate of the doomed Franklin Expedition—now with a new afterword on the discovery of Erebus and Terror, and a new section of color photos.

The Last Place on Earth Scott and Amundsen's Race to the South Pole Exploration Roland Huntford, Paul Theroux 4. At the beginning of the twentieth century, the South Pole was the most coveted prize in the fiercely nationalistic modern age of exploration.

In the brilliant dual biography, the award-winning writer Roland Huntford re-examines every detail of the great race to the South Pole between Britain's Robert Scott and Norway's Roald Amundsen. Scott, who dies along with four of his men only eleven miles from his next cache of supplies, became Britain's beloved failure, while Amundsen, who not only beat Scott to the Pole but returned alive, was largely forgotten.

This account of their race is a This account of their race is a gripping, highly readable history that captures the driving ambitions of the era and the complex, often deeply flawed men who were charged with carrying them out.

THE LAST PLACE ON EARTH is the first of Huntford's masterly trilogy of polar biographies. It is also the only work on the subject in the English language based on the original Norwegian sources, to which Huntford returned to revise and update this edition.

Blue Latitudes Boldly Going Where Captain Cook Has Gone Before Tony Horwitz 4. Boldly Going Where Captain Cook Has Gone BeforeTwo centuries after James Cook's epic voyages of discovery, Tony Horwitz takes readers on a wild ride across hemispheres and centuries to recapture the Captain's adventures and explore his embattled legacy in today's Pacific.

Horwitz, a Pulitzer Prize-winner and author of Confederates in the Attic, works as a sailor aboard a replica of Cook's ship, meets island kings and beauty queens, and carouses the South Seas with a hilarious and disgraceful travel companion, an Aussie named Roger. He also creates a brilliant portrait of Cook: an impoverished He also creates a brilliant portrait of Cook: an impoverished farmboy who became the greatest navigator in British history and forever changed the lands he touched.

Poignant, probing, antic, and exhilarating, Blue Latitudes brings to life a man who helped create the global village we inhabit today. Into the Silence The Great War, Mallory and the Conquest of Everest Wade Davis 4.

A magnificent work of history, biography and adventure. If the quest for Mount Everest began as a grand imperial gesture, as redemption for an empire of explorers that had lost the race to the Poles, it ended as a mission of regeneration for a country and a people bled white by war.

Of the twenty-six British climbers who, on three expedtions , walked miles off the map to find and assault the highest mountain on Earth, twenty had seen the worst of the fighting. Six had been severely wounded, two others nearly died of disease at the Front, one was hospitalized twice with Six had been severely wounded, two others nearly died of disease at the Front, one was hospitalized twice with shell shock.

Three as army surgeons dealt for the duration with the agonies of the dying. Two lost brothers, killed in action. All had endured the slaughter, the coughing of the guns, the bones and barbed wire, the white faces of the dead.

In a monumental work of history and adventure, ten years in the writing, Wade Davis asks not whether George Mallory was the first to reach the summit of Everest, but rather why he kept on climbing on that fateful day. His answer lies in a single phrase uttered by one of the survivors as they retreated from the mountain: "The price of life is death.

They were not cavalier, but death was no stranger. They had seen so much of it that it had no hold on them. What mattered was how one lived, the moments of being alive.

For all of them Everest had become an exalted radiance, a sentinel in the sky, a symbol of hope in a world gone mad. The Invention of Nature Alexander von Humboldt's New World Andrea Wulf 4.

The acclaimed author of Founding Gardeners reveals the forgotten life of Alexander von Humboldt, the visionary German naturalist whose ideas changed the way we see the natural world—and in the process created modern environmentalism.

Alexander von Humboldt — was an intrepid explorer and the most famous scientist of his age. In North America, his name still graces four counties, thirteen towns, a river, parks, bays, lakes, and mountains. His restless life was packed with adventure and discovery, whether he was climbing the highest volcanoes in the world or racing His restless life was packed with adventure and discovery, whether he was climbing the highest volcanoes in the world or racing through anthrax-infected Siberia or translating his research into bestselling publications that changed science and thinking.

Now Andrea Wulf brings the man and his achievements back into focus: his daring expeditions and investigation of wild environments around the world and his discoveries of similarities between climate and vegetation zones on different continents. She also discusses his prediction of human-induced climate change, his remarkable ability to fashion poetic narrative out of scientific observation, and his relationships with iconic figures such as Simón Bolívar and Thomas Jefferson.

With this brilliantly researched and compellingly written book, Andrea Wulf shows the myriad fundamental ways in which Humboldt created our understanding of the natural world, and she champions a renewed interest in this vital and lost player in environmental history and science.

Mawson's Will The Greatest Polar Survival Story Ever Written Lennard Bickel 4. Mawson's Will is the dramatic story of what Sir Edmund Hillary calls "the most outstanding solo journey ever recorded in Antarctic history.

Sir Douglas Mawson is remembered as the young Australian who would not go to the South Pole with Robert Scott in , choosing instead to lead his own Sir Douglas Mawson is remembered as the young Australian who would not go to the South Pole with Robert Scott in , choosing instead to lead his own expedition on the less glamorous mission of charting nearly 1, miles of Antarctic coastline and claiming its resources for the British Crown.

His party of three set out through the mountains across glaciers in mile-per-hour winds. Six weeks and miles out, one man fell into a crevasse, along with the tent, most of the equipment, all of the dogs' food, and all except a week's supply of the men's provisions.

Mawson's Will is the unforgettable story of one man's ingenious practicality and unbreakable spirit and how he continued his meticulous scientific observations even in the face of death. When the expedition was over, Mawson had added more territory to the Antarctic map than anyone else of his time.

Thanks to Bickel's moving account, Mawson can be remembered for the vision and dedication that make him one of the world's great explorers. Recommended by Chelsea Handler, and 1 others. A Man on the Moon The Voyages of the Apollo Astronauts Andrew Chaikin, Tom Hanks 4.

This acclaimed portrait of heroism and ingenuity captures a watershed moment in human history. The astronauts themselves have called it the definitive account of their missions.

On the night of July 20, , our world changed forever when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon. Based on in-depth interviews with twenty-three of the twenty-four moon voyagers, as well as those who struggled to get the program moving, A Man on the Moon conveys every aspect of the Apollo missions with breathtaking immediacy and stunning detail.

Recommended by Marcus Chown, Christopher Riley, Philip Plait, and 4 others. Arabian Sands Wilfred Thesiger 4. Educated at Eton and Oxford, Thesiger was repulsed by the softness and rigidity of Western life-"the machines, the calling cards, the meticulously aligned streets.

Lawrence, he set out to explore the deserts of Arabia, traveling among peoples who had never seen a European and considered it their duty to kill Christian infidels. His now-classic account is invaluable to understanding the modern Middle East.

Recommended by Bernard Haykel, Jo Tatchell, and 2 others. In the Land of White Death An Epic Story of Survival in the Siberian Arctic Valerian Albanov, Alison Anderson, Jon Krakauer, David Roberts 4.

In , six months after Robert Falcon Scott and four of his men came to grief in Antarctica, a thirty-two-year-old Russian navigator named Valerian Albanov embarked on an expedition that would prove even more disastrous.

In search of new Arctic hunting grounds, Albanov's ship, the Saint Anna, was frozen fast in the pack ice of the treacherous Kara Sea-a misfortune grievously compounded by an incompetent commander, the absence of crucial nautical charts, insufficient fuel, and inadequate provisions that left the crew weak and debilitated by scurvy.

For nearly a year and a half, For nearly a year and a half, the twenty-five men and one woman aboard the Saint Anna endured terrible hardships and danger as the icebound ship drifted helplessly north. Convinced that the Saint Anna would never free herself from the ice, Albanov and thirteen crewmen left the ship in January , hauling makeshift sledges and kayaks behind them across the frozen sea, hoping to reach the distant coast of Franz Josef Land.

With only a shockingly inaccurate map to guide him, Albanov led his men on a mile journey of continuous peril, enduring blizzards, disintegrating ice floes, attacks by polar bears and walrus, starvation, sickness, snowblindness, and mutiny. That any of the team survived is a wonder.

That Albanov kept a diary of his ninety-day ordeal-a story that Jon Krakauer calls an "astounding, utterly compelling book," and David Roberts calls "as lean and taut as a good thriller"-is nearly miraculous. First published in Russia in , Albanov's narrative is here translated into English for the first time.

Haunting, suspenseful, and told with gripping detail, In the Land of White Death can now rightfully take its place among the classic writings of Nansen, Scott, Cherry-Garrard, and Shackleton.

The Journals of Lewis and Clark Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, Bernard DeVoto, Stephen E. The Journals of Lewis and Clark are "the first report on the West, on the United States over the hill and beyond the sunset, on the province of the American future" Bernard DeVoto.

In , the great expanse of the Louisiana Purchase was an empty canvas. Keenly aware that the course of the nation's destiny lay westward—and that a "Voyage of Discovery" would be necessary to determine the nature of the frontier—President Thomas Jefferson commissioned Meriwether Lewis to lead an expedition from the Missouri River to the northern Pacific coast and back.

From to From to , accompanied by co-captain William Clark, the Shoshone guide Sacajawea, and thirty-two men, Lewis mapped rivers, traced the principal waterways to the sea, and established the American claim to the territories of Idaho, Washington, and Oregon. Together the captains kept this journal: a richly detailed record of the flora and fauna they sighted, the native tribes they encountered, and the awe-inspiring landscape they traversed, from their base camp near present-day St.

Louis to the mouth of the Columbia River, that has become an incomparable contribution to the literature of exploration and the writing of natural history. Recommended by Tim White, and 1 others. Wild From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail Cheryl Strayed 4.

An alternate cover for this ISBN can be found here. At twenty-two, Cheryl Strayed thought she had lost everything.

Four years later, with nothing more to lose, she made the most impulsive decision of her life. With no experience or training, driven only by blind will, she would hike more than a thousand miles of the Pacific Crest Trail from the Mojave Desert through California and Oregon to Washington State — With no experience or training, driven only by blind will, she would hike more than a thousand miles of the Pacific Crest Trail from the Mojave Desert through California and Oregon to Washington State — and she would do it alone.

Told with suspense and style, sparkling with warmth and humor, Wild powerfully captures the terrors and pleasures of one young woman forging ahead against all odds on a journey that maddened, strengthened, and ultimately healed her. Recommended by Emma Watson, Nancy Goldstone, and 2 others. A Voyage Long and Strange Rediscovering the New World Tony Horwitz 4.

Did nothing happen in between? Determined to find out, he embarks on a journey of rediscovery, following in the footsteps of the many Europeans who preceded the Pilgrims to America. An irresistible blend of history, myth, and misadventure, A Voyage Long and Strange captures the wonder and drama of first contact.

Vikings, conquistadors, French voyageurs — these and many others roamed an unknown Vikings, conquistadors, French voyageurs — these and many others roamed an unknown continent in quest of grapes, gold, converts, even a cure for syphilis.

Though most failed, their remarkable exploits left an enduring mark on the land and people encountered by late-arriving English settlers. Tracing this legacy with his own epic trek — from Florida's Fountain of Youth to Plymouth's sacred Rock, from desert pueblos to subarctic sweat lodges, Tony Horwitz explores the revealing gap between what we enshrine and what we forget.

Displaying his trademark talent for humor, narrative, and historical insight, A Voyage Long and Strange allows us to rediscover the New World for ourselves. Touching the Void The True Story of One Man's Miraculous Survival Joe Simpson 4. Touching the Void is the heart-stopping account of Joe Simpson's terrifying adventure in the Peruvian Andes.

He and his climbing partner, Simon, reached the summit of the remote Siula Grande in June A few days later, Simon staggered into Base Camp, exhausted and frost-bitten, with news that that Joe was dead.

What happened to Joe, and how the pair dealt with the psychological traumas that resulted when Simon was forced into the appalling decision to cut the rope, makes not only an epic of survival but a compelling testament of friendship.

Recommended by Simon Cole, Penny Smith, and 2 others. Voyage of the Beagle Charles Darwin 4. It was to last five years and transform him from an amiable and somewhat aimless young man into a scientific celebrity. Even more vitally, it was to set in motion the intellectual currents that culminated in the arrival of The Origin of Species in Victorian drawing-rooms in His journal, reprinted here in a shortened version, is vivid and immediate, showing us a naturalist making His journal, reprinted here in a shortened version, is vivid and immediate, showing us a naturalist making patient observations, above all in geology.

Recommended by Tom Clarke, Tim White, and 2 others. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance An Inquiry Into Values Robert M. This lyrical, evocative, thought-provoking journal of a man's quest for truth - and for himself - has touched and changed an entire generation, and is ready to reach out to a new one.

At its heart, the story is all too simple: a man and his son take a motorcycle trip across America. But this is not a simple trip at all, for around every corner, through mountain and desert, wind and rain, and searing heat and biting cold, their pilgrimage leads them to new vistas of self-discovery and renewal.

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance is an elemental work that has helped to Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance is an elemental work that has helped to shape and define the past years of American culture.

This special audio edition presents this adventure in an exciting new way - for the millions who have already taken this journey and want to travel these roads again, and for the many more who will discover for the first time the wonders and challenges of a story that will change the way they think and feel about their lives.

Unique to audio, this edition features a new introduction by the author. Recommended by Brad Feld, Ev Williams, Drew Houston, and 10 others. Read Full Book Summary Buy on Amazon. Astoria: Astor and Jefferson's Lost Pacific Empire A Tale of Ambition and Survival on the Early American Frontier Peter Stark 4.

In the tradition of The Lost City of Z and Skeletons in the Zahara , Astoria is the thrilling, true-adventure tale of the Astor Expedition, an epic, now forgotten, three-year journey to forge an American empire on the Pacific Coast.

Peter Stark offers a harrowing saga in which a band of explorers battled nature, starvation, and madness to establish the first American settlement in the Pacific Northwest and opened up what would become the Oregon trail, permanently altering the nation's landscape and its global standing.

Six years after Lewis and Six years after Lewis and Clark's began their journey to the Pacific Northwest, two of the Eastern establishment's leading figures, John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson, turned their sights to founding a colony akin to Jamestown on the West Coast and transforming the nation into a Pacific trading power.

Author and correspondent for Outside magazine Peter Stark recreates this pivotal moment in American history for the first time for modern readers, drawing on original source material to tell the amazing true story of the Astor Expedition.

Unfolding over the course of three years, from to , Astoria is a tale of high adventure and incredible hardship in the wilderness and at sea. Of the more than one hundred-forty members of the two advance parties that reached the West Coast—one crossing the Rockies, the other rounding Cape Horn—nearly half perished by violence.

Others went mad. Within one year, the expedition successfully established Fort Astoria, a trading post on the Columbia River. Though the colony would be short-lived, it opened provincial American eyes to the potential of the Western coast and its founders helped blaze the Oregon Trail.

A Walk in the Woods Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail Bill Bryson 4. The Appalachian Trail stretches from Georgia to Maine and covers some of the most breathtaking terrain in America—majestic mountains, silent forests, sparking lakes.

He introduces us to the history and ecology of the trail and to some of the other hardy or just foolhardy folks he meets along the way—and a couple of bears.

Already a classic, A Walk in the Woods will make you long for the great outdoors or at least a comfortable chair to sit and read in. River of Darkness Francisco Orellana's Legendary Voyage of Death and Discovery Down the Amazon Buddy Levy 4.

With cinematic immediacy and meticulous attention to historical detail, here is the true story of a legendary sixteenth-century explorer and his death-defying navigation of the Amazon—river of darkness, pathway to gold. Soon hopelessly lost in the swampy labyrinth, their numbers diminishing daily through disease, starvation, and Indian attacks, Pizarro and Orellana made a fateful decision to separate.

While Pizarro eventually returned home barefoot and in rags, Orellana and fifty-seven men, in a few fragile craft, continued downriver into the unknown reaches of the mighty Amazon, serenaded by native war drums and the eerie cries of exotic predators.

Theirs would be the greater glory. Levy gives a long-overdue account of the native populations—some peaceful and welcoming, offering sustenance and life-saving guidance, others ferociously hostile, subjecting the invaders to gauntlets of unremitting attack and intimations of terrifying rituals.

And here is the Amazon itself, a powerful presence whose every twist and turn held the promise of new wonders both natural and man-made, as well as the ever-present risk of death—a river that would hold Orellana in its irresistible embrace to the end of his life.

Overflowing with violence and beauty, nobility and tragedy, River of Darkness is both riveting history and a breathtaking adventure that will sweep readers along on an epic voyage unlike any other. Pale Blue Dot A Vision of the Human Future in Space Carl Sagan 4. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Carl Sagan traces our exploration of space and suggests that our very survival may depend on the wise use of other worlds.

This stirring book reveals how scientific discovery has altered our perception of who we are and where we stand, and challenges us to weigh what we will do with that knowledge. Photos, many in color. Shadow Divers The True Adventure of Two Americans Who Risked Everything to Solve One of the Last Mysteries of World War II Robert Kurson 4.

For John Chatterton and Richie Kohler, deep wreck diving was more than a sport. Testing themselves against treacherous currents, braving depths that induced hallucinatory effects, navigating through wreckage as perilous as a minefield, they pushed themselves to their limits and beyond, brushing against death more than once in Testing themselves against treacherous currents, braving depths that induced hallucinatory effects, navigating through wreckage as perilous as a minefield, they pushed themselves to their limits and beyond, brushing against death more than once in the rusting hulks of sunken ships.

But in the fall of , not even these courageous divers were prepared for what they found feet below the surface, in the frigid Atlantic waters sixty miles off the coast of New Jersey: a World War II German U-boat, its ruined interior a macabre wasteland of twisted metal, tangled wires, and human bones—all buried under decades of accumulated sediment.

No identifying marks were visible on the submarine or the few artifacts brought to the surface. No historian, expert, or government had a clue as to which U-boat the men had found. In fact, the official records all agreed that there simply could not be a sunken U-boat and crew at that location.

Over the next six years, an elite team of divers embarked on a quest to solve the mystery. Some of them would not live to see its end. Chatterton and Kohler, at first bitter rivals, would be drawn into a friendship that deepened to an almost mystical sense of brotherhood with each other and with the drowned U-boat sailors—former enemies of their country.

The story of Shadow Divers often seems too amazing to be true, but it all happened, two hundred thirty feet down, in the deep blue sea. front flap less. Recommended by Ryan Holiday, Ryan Stephens, and 2 others. Erebus The Story of a Ship Michael Palin 4. He explores the intertwined careers of the men who shared its journeys: the organisational genius James Clark Ross, who mapped much of the Antarctic coastline and oversaw He explores the intertwined careers of the men who shared its journeys: the organisational genius James Clark Ross, who mapped much of the Antarctic coastline and oversaw some of the earliest scientific experiments to be conducted there; and the troubled Sir John Franklin, who, at the age of 60 and after a chequered career, commanded the ship on its final journey.

To help tell the story, he has travelled to various locations across the world — Tasmania, the Falklands, the Canadian Arctic — to search for local information, and to experience at first hand the terrain and the conditions that would have confronted the Erebus and her crew.

Illustrated with maps, paintings and engravings, this is a wonderfully evocative and epic account, written by a master explorer and storyteller. The Discoverers A History of Man's Search to Know His World and Himself Daniel J. An original history of man's greatest adventure: his search to discover the world around him.

Recommended by Lloyd Blankfein, Ryan Petersen, Thomas Hellmann, and 3 others. The Ice Master Jennifer Niven 4. The Karluk set out in in search of an undiscovered continent, with the largest scientific staff ever sent into the Arctic. Soon after, winter had begun, they were blown off course by polar storms, the ship became imprisoned in ice, and the expedition was abandoned by its leader.

Hundreds of miles from civilization, the castaways had no choice but to find solid ground as they struggled against starvation, snow blindness, disease, exposure--and each other. After almost twelve months battling the elements, twelve survivors were rescued, thanks to the heroic efforts of their captain, After almost twelve months battling the elements, twelve survivors were rescued, thanks to the heroic efforts of their captain, Bartlett, the Ice Master, who traveled by foot across the ice and through Siberia to find help.

Drawing on the diaries of those who were rescued and those who perished, Jennifer Niven re-creates with astonishing accuracy the ill-fated journey and the crews desperate attempts to find a way home.

The Terror Dan Simmons 4. The men on board HMS Terror have every expectation of triumph. As part of the Franklin Expedition, the first steam-powered vessels ever to search for the legendary Northwest Passage, they are as scientifically supported an enterprise as has ever set forth.

As they enter a second summer in the Arctic Circle without a thaw, though, they are stranded in a nightmarish landscape of encroaching ice and darkness. Endlessly cold, with diminishing rations, men fight to survive with poisonous food, a dwindling supply of coal, and ships buckling in the grip of crushing ice.

But their But their real enemy is far more terrifying. There is something out there in the frigid darkness: an unseen predator stalking their ship, a monstrous terror constantly clawing to get in. When the expedition's leader, Sir John Franklin, meets a terrible death, Captain Francis Crozier takes command and leads his surviving crewmen on a last, desperate attempt to flee south across the ice.

With them travels an Inuit woman who cannot speak and who may be the key to survival, or the harbinger of their deaths. But as another winter approaches, as scurvy and starvation grow more terrible, and as the terror on the ice stalks them southward, Crozier and his men begin to fear that there is no escape.

The incredible true story of the discovery of America before Columbus was even born. Gavin Menzies's extraordinary findings rewrite history.

On March 8, , the largest fleet the world had ever seen sailed from its base in China. The ships, huge junks nearly five hundred feet long and built from the finest teak, were under the command of Emperor Zhu Di's loyal eunuch admirals.

Their mission was "to proceed all the way to the end of the earth to collect tribute from the barbarians beyond the seas" and unite the whole world in Confucian harmony.

Their journey would last more than two years and circle the globe. When they returned in October , the emperor had fallen, leaving China in political and economic chaos. The great ships, now considered frivolous, were left to rot at their moorings and the records of their journeys were destroyed.

Lost in China's long, self-imposed isolation that followed was the knowledge that Chinese ships had reached America seventy years before Columbus and circumnavigated the globe a century before Magellan.

Also concealed were how the Chinese colonized America before the Europeans and transplanted to America, Australia, New Zealand and South America the principal economic crops that have fed and clothed the world.

Now, in a landmark historical journey, Gavin Menzies, who spent fifteen years tracing the astonishing voyages of the Chinese fleet, shares the remarkable account of his discoveries and the incontrovertible evidence to support them.

His compelling narrative pulls together ancient maps, precise navigational knowledge, astronomy and the surviving accounts of Chinese explorers and the later European navigators to prove that the Chinese had also discovered Antarctica, reached Australia three hundred and fifty years before Cook and solved the problem of longitude three hundred years ahead of the Europeans.

Our knowledge of world exploration as it has been commonly accepted for centuries must now be reconceived due to this classic work of historical detection. Recommended by Simon Sinek, and 1 others.

A deeply engaging new history of how European settlements in the post-Colombian Americas shaped the world, from the bestselling author of Presenting the latest research by biologists, anthropologists, archaeologists, and historians, Mann shows how the post-Columbian network of ecological and economic exchange fostered the rise of Europe, devastated imperial China, convulsed Africa, and for two centuries made Mexico City—where Asia, Europe, and the new frontier of the Americas dynamically interacted—the center of the world.

In this history, Mann uncovers the germ of today's In this history, Mann uncovers the germ of today's fiercest political disputes, from immigration to trade policy to culture wars.

In , Mann has again given readers an eye-opening scientific interpretation of our past, unequaled in its authority and fascination. Recommended by Harsh Gupta, Tim Realscientists, Louise Fresco, and 3 others. Barrow's Boys: The Original Extreme Adventurers A Stirring Story of Daring Fortitude and Outright Lunacy Fergus Fleming 4.

Barrow's Boys is a spellbinding account of perilous journeys to uncharted areas under the most challenging conditions. Re-creating the successes and harrowing failures of the original extreme adventurers, Fergus Fleming captures the incredibly brave, and often downright insane, passion for exploration that led a band of men into situations that would humble even the bravest adventurers today.

These men served under John Barrow, Second Secretary to the Admiralty, who, after the Napoleonic wars, launched the most ambitious program of exploration the world has ever seen.

For the next thirty For the next thirty years, his handpicked teams of elite naval officers scoured the globe on a mission to fill the blanks that littered the atlases of the day. From the first disastrous trip down the Congo, in search of the Niger River, Barrow maintained his resolve in the face of continuous catastrophes.

His explorers often died of sickness or at the hands of unfriendly natives, and they struggled under minuscule budgets that forced them to resort to pulling enormous ships across floating ice fields; to eating mice, raw meat, or their own shoes; and even to horrifying acts of cannibalism. While many of the journeys failed entirely, Barrow and his men ultimately opened Africa to the world, discovered Antarctica, and pried apart the mandibles of the Arctic.

Many of the missions have gone down among the greatest in history, yet they have never before been collected into one volume that captures the full sweep of Barrow's program.

Beyond their own renowned discoveries, Barrow's officers inspired scores of men, from Livingstone to Shackleton, to continue the incredible quest for knowledge well into the twentieth century. Never again would such a disparate and entertaining band of explorers stalk the world.

Arctic Dreams Barry Lopez 4. Barry Lopez's National Book Award-winning classic study of the Far North is widely considered his masterpiece. Lopez offers a thorough examination of this obscure world-its terrain, its wildlife, its history of Eskimo natives and intrepid explorers who have arrived on their icy shores.

But what turns this marvelous work of natural history into a breathtaking study of profound originality is his unique meditation on how the landscape can shape our imagination, desires, and dreams. Its prose as hauntingly pure as the land it describes, Arctic Dreams is nothing less than an Its prose as hauntingly pure as the land it describes, Arctic Dreams is nothing less than an indelible classic of modern literature.

Recommended by Robert Macfarlane, Sara Wheeler, Kate Marvel, and 3 others. The Right Stuff Tom Wolfe 4.

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How did you find out? c- tell your classmate where it lives. Bugs and insects are not the same. a- Insects have six legs and the following body parts: feelers, head, thorax, and abdomen. b- Bugs have two body parts and more than six legs.

Discuss with a classmate. Then omplete the sentences to find out whether spiders and ants are bugs or insects. Animals change the environment in different ways: a- Ants change the environment when they build their nests.

Task 12 Observe an animal that changes the environment. Draw a picture of that animal and the change it makes. Talk about it with your classmate.

Make a fact book about an animal that lives near you. The book should answer the following questions: a- What does it eat? b- What does it use as a shelter?

c- What covers its body? d- What do we get from that animals? e- Does it change the environment? If yes, in what way? Paste a picture of the animal here.

We have five senses: sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch. Most of them are in our head. a- How many senses are in your head? b- What are they? b- The sense of hearing. We use our sense of hearing to listen to sounds around us. Some sounds can be soft.

c- The sense of smell. We use our sense of smell to tell how things smell. Some things have a good smell. b- The teacher will give you cups of lemon juice, grape juice, coffee, potato chips, and chocolate.

c- Ask your classmate to smell the items one by one, then record their response in the Observation Sheet on the next page. d- After that, let them taste the items, and record their response in the Observation Sheet.

e- The sense of touch. We use our sense of touch to tell how things feel. Some things feel soft. a- Tell your classmate about two soft things, and two hard things you find at home. b- Draw a hard thing you find at home. Do animals have senses? What senses does a cat use when it searches for food?

Who has a better sense of smell, cats or humans? What other animals have a better sense of smell than humans? a- Tell your classmate how you take good care of your health.

b- What are your favorite sports activities? When and where do you exercise? a- What are some differences between these two places? b- Which one would you like to live in?

c- What do you usually do in a garden? a- Look at the picture and make a list of the things we can get from the farm. b- What would happen if there were no farms? c- What is your favorite farm animal? Select your store.

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All pages are included in color and black and white. This file now also contains printables which refer to Pre-K as "Junior Kindergarten" for those that go by that name.

Free Decodable Books Level K Unit 2 Fun Phonics SAMPLE Created by. Fun Phonics Decodable Readers for Level K Unit 2 sample. This is a short sample of the quality of work you will find in Unit 2 Decodable Readers.

These Science of Reading decodable texts provide students the opportunity to practice the phonics skills they are learning in real-time in their Fundations lessons.

The texts found in Unit 2 contain one word per page as students are just beginning to tap and blend words. I call these Pre-Readers. This text follows the Science of Reading SoR and.

Phonics, Reading. Also included in: Decodable Books Level K Ultimate Big Bundle Fun Phonics. Allow flexibility! Provide differentiation! Students pick their OWN novel or short story Instead of creating a test for every single story, assess students in a FUN way with BOOK TALKS!

Close Reading, Literature, Reading. Unit Plans, Assessment. Integers Children's Book Project and Sample Children's Book Created by. This is an activity that gives students the chance to use their creativity to create a children's book about integers!! This packet includes a detailed rubric broken down into sections for easy teacher grading.

This packet also includes an original children's book example about integers that can be used to teach your students about integers before they are ready to make their book! At the end of the book , there are eight problems for the students to try with an answer key for them to check their.

Basic Operations, Math, Writing. Projects, Lesson. Do you love the engagement interactive notebooks provide your students and how students can easily refer back to their learning, but dislike how time consuming they are to cut, fold, and glue?

This No Cut, Print and Fold Nouns Interactive Notebook Mini Book Resource allows students to practice skills in a variety of ways and keep them in their notebook for future reference. It is a SAMPLE set of a Nouns Bundle which you can find by clicking the link below.

Nouns BundleIncludes: Common and Proper. English Language Arts, Grammar. Activities, Printables. First Grade Keepsake Book with Samples from Beginning and End of School Year Created by.

This is a special First Grade keepsake book that parents will treasure forever! FREE Interactive Printable Mini Book - Weather Vocabulary Themed Sample Created by.

Provide your ELLs and visual learners with a fun, interactive way to practice thematic vocabulary. This mini reader is great for introducing weather vocabulary and building beginning reading fluency in your ELLs by encouraging them to read their book multiple times.

This is a simple book with repetitive sentence starters. Students cut out the pictures on the last page of their mini reader and glue them on their correct page. Sets 21 books can be found in the Interactive Mini Readers.

EFL - ESL - ELD, English Language Arts, Vocabulary. Activities, Guided Reading Books, Printables. FREEBIE: Sight Word Activity Book Sample Created by. Keep your students excited about learning and practicing their sight words! The first page has rebus sentences to help students focus on the sight words in that book.

Explore book samples - This sample pack contains everything you need to evaluate Epic Explorers. It includes 1 x Leader's Guide, 1 x Epic Scratch Pad (s) and 1 x Epic Logbook ( Exploring this kit will help familiarize you with the look and feel of nearly every option we offer. Sample books are a great sales I find a book in the store and click “download sample”. It confirms my ID and then the usual download icon shows progress until it is complete kredyty-pozyczki.net › ugaritpublishing › docs › explore_science_-_book_b_-_sample

Back to School, For All Subject Areas, For All Subjects. PreK - 12 th , Staff. Teacher Manuals, Printables, By TpT Sellers for TpT Sellers. Book Review: Digital Interactive Template and Sample Created by. Book reports are out and book reviews are in!

This digital, paperless Google Slide interactive notebook allows students to review a book they've read in an organized manner. It provides students with a template of what to include in the review as well as a page to write the full review.

This was inspired by Donalyn Miller's The Book Whisperer! Use this once a month for reading accountability. For my students, I have them fill this out whenever they want to recommend a book , then post the review.

Close Reading, Reading, Writing. Assessment, Interactive Notebooks. Also included in: Back to School: Digital Activities for Language Arts. Handwriting - Hand Lettering Practice Book - Lowercase Letters and Word Samples!

Created by. perfectsquaresaleThis is a booklet composed of my personal lettering style. I use it in all of my anchor charts and lettering around my classroom.

You can see some of my examples on my Instagram account: iteachalgebraThis is my first practice booklet that I have composed. The first 9 pages: includes the directions for lettering lower case letters in one motion and another line of work for creating thicker downstrokes.

The next 5 pages are sample words to practice lettering as well as making. Not Grade Specific. Kindergarten Keepsake Book with Samples from Beginning and End of School year Created by.

This is a special kindergarten keepsake book that parents will treasure forever! Makes a great end of year gift. It is SUPER easy to put together and you will be amazed seeing the growth of your little ones. This packet contains directions and printables needed to put each child's book together.

All materials are included in both color and black and white. Back to School, English Language Arts, Writing. Projects, For Parents. This FREE SAMPLE includes 4 Book Activities that can be used with any any text.

Each of these engaging, easy-to-prep activities can be printed on just one page, and can be used in a variety of ways:Use as a culminating activity for novels read as a class or in book clubs.

Have them available as enrichment activities for early finishers. Use with Fiction Texts: Create a Playlist Create a Wanted PosterUse with Non-Fi. English Language Arts, Reading, Reading Strategies. Worksheets, Activities, Graphic Organizers.

Sight Word Book Sample {preschool, prek, kindergarten} Created by. Download this FREEBIE to check out the highlighter sight word book : Let's catch A Fish! You can take a look at the complete unit HERE : Here's more information about the complete unit Teaching your early childhood kids sight words can be FUN and EASY!

I love my complete program that I use to help my students memorize their sight words. The best part all you need is a highlighter and the kids love them! You'll receive Handwriting, Reading, Writing. PreK - K. Word Walls, Printables. Decodable Books Science of Reading Decodable Readers Free Sample Decodable Text Created by.

You can watch a free 3 part webinar by clicking HERE. First of all, these decodable readers are loaded to Seesaw and Google Slides! All you have to do it click a link and they will be added to your library! Please note, this i. English Language Arts, Phonics, Reading. The Periodic Table of Elements Coloring Book Sample Created by.

A coloring book to familiarize the user with the Primary elements in the Periodic Table. The Periodic Table Coloring Book PTCB was received worldwide with acclaim.

It is based on solid, proven concepts. Basic Principles, Chemistry, Science. PreK - 12 th , Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff. Teacher Manuals, Homeschool Curricula. Make A Book Template - Free Sample Created by. This free Book Template is ready to print and go! Students can create their writing masterpieces with these simple lined writing pages.

Also included is the option of picture boxes for students to show off their creativity. Perfect for writing workshop! Creative Writing, English Language Arts, Writing. Worksheets, Handouts, Printables.

Charlotte Danielson New York Flip Book : Domains, Samples and Rubrics Created by. For All Subject Areas, For All Subjects, Professional Development. Rated 5. FREE Snowman Shape Book Sample {Made by Creative Clips Clipart} Created by. This little shape book is perfect for adding a fun touch to any writing prompt, reading response or creative writing project you might give in your classroom with a fun winter theme!

It is also a super fast way for you to create cute bulletin boards of student work with little prep! This sample shape book is a preview of my complete Creative Clips Shape Book line which will include multiple, no-prep shape books for multiple grade levels!

Simply print out the cover and select the pages with th. Pre-K Keepsake Book with Samples from Beginning and End of School Year Created by. This is a special Pre-K keepsake book that parents will treasure forever! All together, the book has samples of your PreKer's name writing, self-portrait drawing, number and letter writing.

All pages are included in color and black and white. This file now also contains printables which refer to Pre-K as "Junior Kindergarten" for those that go by that name.

Free Decodable Books Level K Unit 2 Fun Phonics SAMPLE Created by. Fun Phonics Decodable Readers for Level K Unit 2 sample. This is a short sample of the quality of work you will find in Unit 2 Decodable Readers.

These Science of Reading decodable texts provide students the opportunity to practice the phonics skills they are learning in real-time in their Fundations lessons. The texts found in Unit 2 contain one word per page as students are just beginning to tap and blend words. I call these Pre-Readers.

This text follows the Science of Reading SoR and. Phonics, Reading. Also included in: Decodable Books Level K Ultimate Big Bundle Fun Phonics. Allow flexibility! Provide differentiation! Students pick their OWN novel or short story Instead of creating a test for every single story, assess students in a FUN way with BOOK TALKS!

Close Reading, Literature, Reading. Unit Plans, Assessment. Integers Children's Book Project and Sample Children's Book Created by. This is an activity that gives students the chance to use their creativity to create a children's book about integers!!

This packet includes a detailed rubric broken down into sections for easy teacher grading. This packet also includes an original children's book example about integers that can be used to teach your students about integers before they are ready to make their book!

At the end of the book , there are eight problems for the students to try with an answer key for them to check their. Basic Operations, Math, Writing. Projects, Lesson.

Do you love the engagement interactive notebooks provide your students and how students can easily refer back to their learning, but dislike how time consuming they are to cut, fold, and glue?

This No Cut, Print and Fold Nouns Interactive Notebook Mini Book Resource allows students to practice skills in a variety of ways and keep them in their notebook for future reference. It is a SAMPLE set of a Nouns Bundle which you can find by clicking the link below.

Nouns BundleIncludes: Common and Proper. English Language Arts, Grammar. Activities, Printables. First Grade Keepsake Book with Samples from Beginning and End of School Year Created by. This is a special First Grade keepsake book that parents will treasure forever!

FREE Interactive Printable Mini Book - Weather Vocabulary Themed Sample Created by. Provide your ELLs and visual learners with a fun, interactive way to practice thematic vocabulary. This mini reader is great for introducing weather vocabulary and building beginning reading fluency in your ELLs by encouraging them to read their book multiple times.

This is a simple book with repetitive sentence starters. Students cut out the pictures on the last page of their mini reader and glue them on their correct page. Sets 21 books can be found in the Interactive Mini Readers.

EFL - ESL - ELD, English Language Arts, Vocabulary. Activities, Guided Reading Books, Printables. FREEBIE: Sight Word Activity Book Sample Created by. Keep your students excited about learning and practicing their sight words!

The first page has rebus sentences to help students focus on the sight words in that book. There are 3 additional engaging activities for children to practice the words. English Language Arts, Reading, Spelling. Worksheets, Printables. Yearlong Memory Book - FREE Sample Created by.

FREEBIE Yearlong Memory BookEnjoy this FREE 5 page sample from my Yearlong Memory Book to use in your classroom. Love these samples? Then please check out the full products. Click here for the Kindergarten Version. Click here for the 1st Grade Version. Click here for the 2nd Grade Version.

Click here for the 3rd Grade Version. Click here for the 4th Grade Version. Here is the description for the full product:Capture the activities, memories, and the learning experiences the children have acquired wi. Printables, Centers. Sentence Writing Book Sentence Structure Worksheets Sample Week Created by.

Is writing complete sentences or sentence structure a struggle for your students? This free sample features 6 sentence writing worksheets.

EFL - ESL - ELD, English Language Arts, Special Education. Sight Word Books - Kindergarten and 1st Grade Fluency - FREE SAMPLE PACK! Use these 3 free interactive sight word readers in your classroom to help your students learn their sight words, spell their sight words, and reinforce their sight word knowledge.

freeundertheseaEach of these sight word books uses only one sheet of paper but provides your students with 8 pages of activities! The sight word readers each focus on one word so your students can really focus on what they are learning.

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The store will not work correctly when cookies are disabled. Some things have a good smell. b- The teacher will give you cups of lemon juice, grape juice, coffee, potato chips, and chocolate. c- Ask your classmate to smell the items one by one, then record their response in the Observation Sheet on the next page.

d- After that, let them taste the items, and record their response in the Observation Sheet. e- The sense of touch. We use our sense of touch to tell how things feel. Some things feel soft. a- Tell your classmate about two soft things, and two hard things you find at home.

b- Draw a hard thing you find at home. Do animals have senses? What senses does a cat use when it searches for food? Who has a better sense of smell, cats or humans? What other animals have a better sense of smell than humans? a- Tell your classmate how you take good care of your health.

b- What are your favorite sports activities? When and where do you exercise? a- What are some differences between these two places? b- Which one would you like to live in? c- What do you usually do in a garden? a- Look at the picture and make a list of the things we can get from the farm.

b- What would happen if there were no farms? c- What is your favorite farm animal? d- What is your favorite farm food? e- What are some other animals that live on a farm? f- What fruit and vegetables are also grown on a farm? Look at the picture and answer the questions: a- Why do people build new houses?

b- What happens to the forest when people build new houses? c- What would happen to people if they did not build new houses? d- Where else can people build houses, other than forests? e- Can people build their houses without wood?

People change the environment in a good way when they build new houses. a- Look at the two pictures. What differences can you see? b- Do cars run smoothly in the same way in both pictures? c- Why do people build roads? d- Was it easy for people to travel in the past?

a- What are some chairs and tables made from? b- Where do we get wood from? c- What happens to forests when we cut down more trees? d- Will this affect the forest animals? Think of some examples. a- Why do you think there is a lot of litter in the picture?

b- Does this affect the animals on land and under water? c- What would you do to stop this? a- Where does the smoke come from? b- Where does it go? c- How does this affect people, animals, and plants?

d- What should we do to stop this? n o i t a g i t s e v In You need to change the land to build a school, a mall, and new houses. a- What would you remove?

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