The Field of Ice: Easyread Large Bold Edition
An exhilarating narrative of an obsessed British expediter by Jules Verne. This northward excursion led by Captain Hatteras is full of life-threatening adventures and hair-breadth escapes of him and his crew. As he discovers the truth about the polar terrain, this work presents amazing possibilities. A bitter-sweet ending awaits the readers in this mind-boggling thriller!
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THE DOCTORS INVENTORY
A SEVENTEEN DAYS MARCH
THE SEAL AND THE BEAR
AN IMPORTANT DISCUSSION
COLD AND HEAT
TRACES OF BEARS
AN ARCTIC SPRING
THE OPEN SEA
THE ENGLISH FLAG
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