To the Top of Mount Everest

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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • To the Top of Mount Everest
  • Valerie Bodden
  • English
  • 09 April 2017
  • 9780898126686

About the Author: Valerie Bodden

.She is the author of than 300 children s books Her books have received critical acclaim from Booklist, Children s Literature, ForeWord Magazine, Horn Book Guide, VOYA, and School Library Journal Valerie lives in Wisconsin with her husband, four children, one dog, two cats, a growing collection of fish, and miscellaneous bugs that her children have rescued from the outdoors She spends most of her time writing or wrangling children and animalsFind her online at

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10 thoughts on “To the Top of Mount Everest

  1. says:

    This review is for the PDF ebook I checked it out from the library and was shocked it wasn t available in epub or kindle format The PDF format is truly annoying to read, because the size of print at 100% is too small to read, so I had to jack it up to 150% and then I had to move the text all around the page to see it in the two column format used on some pages, and to see the images I was lucky I was reading it on my Kobo Aura with a touch screen, so I could manipulate the pages pretty easily On my old Kindle with the keyboard and arrow pad I would have just given up The B W photo images rendered pretty good on my Kobo, and all indicators are that this was a top quality print book Bodden s text is engaging to read, and interspersed with primary sources from the 1953 expeditioners journals I m not sure what this book tells us about the first ascent that we wouldn t get in almost any other book It s competing with Steve Jenkins 2002 book The Top of the World Climbing Mount Everest, and others I expect a book like this to offer a new take on the existing information The presence of the primary sources not scans, but transcriptions begs for some interpretation of the event This a theoretical, no stance approach has been done before, and for a high quality print production I expected The photo credits are all there is for sourcing in the book A timeline, short extension bibliography, glossary, and index are all there is for back matter I expected Bodden to at least tell where she got the journal entries, even if from a secondary source It would be disappointing if she hadn t seen at least facsimiles of the original journals.

  2. says:

    This book offers a look at the peak of Mount Everest and what goes into making a climb to the top Good book sparking interest in what is possible in this world.

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