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The Top of the World: Climbing Mount Everest Paperback – April 29, 2002
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In a few pages, this book clearly tells about climbing the earth's highest peak, provides a lot of really interesting factoids about Mt. Everest, maps the way up the mountain and displays some of the equipment high mountain climbers must carry. The reader will also learn about how mountains are formed, a bit about the Sherpas and their reverence for the mountain and many other interesting things.
Both my son and I have enjoyed this very much. It is a good basic book for kids who have learned to read and are moving to more challenging subjects. That this subject is interesting as well is a plus.
I couldn't decide if I liked the illustrations or not. No photos, just Eric Carle-style cut-outs (but much more realistic and finely detailed than Carle's work). The illustrations work well and are detailed, but I would have enjoyed a couple of photographs of the mountain.
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Waste of money. Don't buy. Not interesting at all and very low budget. SCAM.Published 13 months ago by tripeee
High interest for students ages 8-10, and great for teaching nonfiction text features such as pictures, subheads, and inferring meaning.Published 23 months ago by areid
This is a beautiful book with lots of details about climbing Mt. Everest. I actually bought it for my mother because Mt. Read morePublished on August 14, 2013 by Randee Baty
My children, ages 4 and 7, love this book. It is beautifully illustrated with collages (do not expect photographs). Read morePublished on June 22, 2000 by Thomas Flotte