Mountaineering Adventures

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Capstone, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Dare your students to read and learn with this edge-of-your-seat series on record-setting, high-risk adventures. With vivid photography and intriguing text on journeys that battle fierce cold, sail through the clouds, dive into ocean depths, and or climb the highest mountain peaks, these books leave readers feeling as though they were tucked safely in the adventurer's backpack the whole time. Explanation of crucial safety gear, route maps, diagrams, and sidebars also are included.

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Matt Doeden received a BA in journalism from Mankato State University. After graduating, he worked as a sports writer for the Mankato newspaper, and then as an editor with a small children's publisher called Capstone Press. In 2003, he became a freelance writer and editor. He has written and edited hundreds of books on numerous topics including cars, sports, airplanes, geography, science, and math.

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