Tom Crean: Ice Man: The Adventures of an Irish Antarctic

Tom Crean: Ice Man: The Adventures of an Irish Antarctic
  • Paperback
  • 127 pages
  • Tom Crean: Ice Man: The Adventures of an Irish Antarctic Hero
  • Michael Smith
  • English
  • 24 May 2019
  • 1905172311

Tom Crean: Ice Man: The Adventures of an Irish Antarctic Hero[KINDLE] ❦ Tom Crean: Ice Man: The Adventures of an Irish Antarctic Hero ➚ Michael Smith – Essayreview.co.uk Tom Crean Ice Man Tom Crean was no ordinary man He saved comrades from drowning in frozen waters, and rescued others from freezing snow, whilst following his leaders Captain Scott and Ernest Shackleto Tom Crean Ice Man: PDF ↠ Ice Man Tom Crean was no ordinary man He saved comrades from drowning in frozen waters, and rescued others from freezing snow, whilst following his leaders Captain Scott and Ernest Shackleton, the famous Polar explorers Written by Crean s biographer, this boy s Tom Crean: ePUB Ì story of courage, strength and determination is aimed at young readers Full description.


About the Author: Michael Smith

Librarian Note Ice Man: PDF ↠ There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name See this thread forinformation Michael Smith gave up a year career as a leading business and political journalist to write the bestselling biography, An Unsung Hero Tom Crean He was formerly Tom Crean: ePUB Ì Political Correspondent and Industrial Editor of the Guardian, City Editor of the London Evening Standard and Business Editor of the Observer He has a long standing interest in Polar expedition and this is his second historical biography He lives in East Sussex.


10 thoughts on “Tom Crean: Ice Man: The Adventures of an Irish Antarctic Hero

  1. says:

    This was a really interesting awe inspiring account of the explorations of Tom Crean What an admirable man The book is aimed at young readers and has ignited my interest in readingof Michael Smith sdetailed books on Tom Crean.

  2. says:

    This was my sons book from school that i picked up and read i really enjoyed it and is a very easy read for children.

  3. says:

    Thoroughly enjoyed reading this to my 8 year old and gave me a quick synopsis of his life and achievements Looking forward to popping in for a quiet one at The South Pole Inn next time I m home

  4. says:

    This is not the best written book and I found a few typos including printing South Africa when South America was what was meant But in many ways it is still riveting and great picture of what the men went through to explore the Antarctic I loved the maps They were very helpful and I referred to them often We will be using this book for a geography class I am leading.

  5. says:

    Decent children s account of tom Crean s adventures in the Antarctic Includes a simple telling of the Shackelton expedition and Tom Crean s part in their survival.

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