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How Does Chocolate Taste on Everest?: Explore Earth's Most Extreme Places Through Sight, Sound, Smell, Touch and Taste

Hardback

Main Details

Title How Does Chocolate Taste on Everest?: Explore Earth's Most Extreme Places Through Sight, Sound, Smell, Touch and Taste
Authors and Contributors      By (author) Leisa Stewart-Sharpe
Illustrated by Aaron Cushley
Physical Properties
Format:Hardback
Pages:64
Dimensions(mm): Height 319,Width 248
Category/GenreNovember Childrens Books
November Childrens - Non-Fiction
ISBN/Barcode 9781526363077
ClassificationsDewey:915.4961
Audience
Children's (6-12)

Publishing Details

Publisher Hachette Children's Group
Imprint Wren & Rook
Publication Date 3 March 2022
Publication Country United Kingdom

Description

Don't get too comfortable. This isn't the type of book you can snuggle up with under the covers. Not even close! You're off on the expedition of a lifetime to experience the sights, sounds, smells, feelings and tastes of the world's most extreme places. Have you ever wondered what the buzz of the rainforest sounds like on a trek through the Amazon? Or how it would feel to experience the biting cold as you voyage across Antarctica? Or how about how chocolate would taste on Mount Everest? From every heart-bursting sight to tummy-lurching bite, this is a truly immersive round-the-world adventure, where YOU are the explorer.

Author Biography

Leisa Stewart-Sharpe (Author) Leisa Stewart-Sharpe is a trained journalist turned children's author, who writes stunning non-fiction and picture books. Originally from Australia, Leisa's childhood has inspired her love for the natural world and its strange and wonderful creatures. Her first book, Blue Planet II, is part of a major new children's non-fiction series in collaboration with BBC Earth and published by Puffin. Leisa also has a handful of exciting nonfiction titles and picture books coming soo Aaron Cushley (Illustrator) Aaron is an illustrator and doodler of dogs. From Belfast, he studied Illustration and Graphic design at the University Of Ulster Belfast School Of Art & Design. Aaron's work stems from his inner child and the innocence and creativity that emerges when he takes a pencil in his hand.