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Little Library 4 Tom Crean The Brave Explorer

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ISBN: 9780717186563
AuthorBurke, John
Pub Date14/02/2020
BindingHardback
Pages32
CountryIRL
Dewey910.92
Publisher: Gill
Quick overview A picture book that introduces children to Antarctic explorer Tom Crean, a key member of Captain Robert Scott and Ernest Shackleton's most famous expeditions - the fourth book in the Little Library series.
€9.99

Tom Crean was one of ten children who grew up on a farm near Anascaul in County Kerry. He loved adventure and, at the age of 15, he ran away to join the British Navy and sail around the world.



While his ship was moored in New Zealand, Tom met Captain Robert Scott. Scott's dream was to be the first person ever to reach the South Pole and he asked Tom to join his crew.



Get ready to discover epic tales of endurance, bravery and determination in this inspiring life story of Tom Crean.

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Tom Crean was one of ten children who grew up on a farm near Anascaul in County Kerry. He loved adventure and, at the age of 15, he ran away to join the British Navy and sail around the world.



While his ship was moored in New Zealand, Tom met Captain Robert Scott. Scott's dream was to be the first person ever to reach the South Pole and he asked Tom to join his crew.



Get ready to discover epic tales of endurance, bravery and determination in this inspiring life story of Tom Crean.

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