This inspiring story of Ernest Shackleton, whose men called him 'The Boss', involved four expeditions to Antarctica between 1901 and 1922. His incredible adventures included a breathtaking march to within a few miles of the South Pole and the amazing saga of hardship and survival on the famous Endurance expedition. * Also by Michael Smith: Tom Crean, Ice Man.
Publisher: The Collins Press
Number of pages: 126
Weight: 177 g
Dimensions: 210 x 148 x 10 mm
'Inspiring story of courage and perseverance'* Sunday Independent *
'A must-have for all school libraries'* Inis *
'For true-life adventure not many can match The Boss'* Sunday Tribune *
'Gripping, very tense and exciting'* Irish Examiner *
'If you see this book you should get it'* Evening Echo *
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