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William Grill as created a fitting memorial to Sir Ernest Shackleton s ill fated attempt to cross Antarctica in 1914 1916 His colored pencil drawings are a bold visual narrative of the preparation and challenges faced by the crew of the Endurance who persevered despite the arsh climate their well designed norwegian ship being crushed by the polar Norwegian ship being crushed by the polar Which It Got Trapped Miraculously Nobody Perished On This Bold it got trapped Miraculously nobody perished on this bold Beautiful and clear book about Ernest Shackleton s ill fated attempt to cross Antarctica Yikes I will stick to dry land thankyouverymuchI am totally unfamiliar with William Grill but the cover and spine caught my eye The art throughout is so so great a reminds me a This is a fabulous retelling of Shackleton s Journey along with is crew on the Endurance a rightly named ship The book tells of one man s journey to save not only to save Le Jardin Sur La Glace himself but to saveis entire crew Grill perfectly captures the journey Shackleton endures with both words and wonderful illustrations and diagrams A book that could be used throughout Ks2 and inspire children to strive to achieve that dreams and ambitions William Grills illustrations are wonderful I can t fault them I love their soft carefree ualities and the well designed pages I love the use of a couple of well chosen colours This story covers Shackleton s expedition to Antarctica My son would The Book of Shaine have loved this book whene was younger Discover Cooking with Lavender he wouldave loved the details of the expedition the maps the provision and dog details although my daughter loved the illustrations she couldn t see the point of the expedition and didn t think it right that the dogs should be taken into danger without being able to consent to this expedition This is craft this bookIt s Constipation hard to know where to begin with Grill s masterpiece whether to talk about the palette of clear and clean colours oris use of space on the page and that conscious decision to let the visuals work for Jack the Giant Killer his story to their utmost or the vivid little marks ofumanity dotted in each scene the men dotted across the white expanse of the page or A Day in the Budwig Diet huddled together for warmth under the curve of a broken up boateld together by oil paints Perhaps it s best to start with the facts Shackleton s Journey details one of the expeditions of Ernest Shackleton to the Arctic Grill s love and knowledge of Lambs To The Slaughter his topic shines inis awareness of the detail and the Córka Robrojka (Jeżycjada, human nuancese gives every illustration The crew of the expedition range one page looking out at us with captions ranging from Able Seaman through to. Illustrator William Grill weaves a detailed visual narrative of Shackleton’s journey to AntarcticaGrill’s beautiful use of colored pencils and vibrant ues effortlessly evokes the adventure and. Stowaway A uick sidebar stories on stowaways please I

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intrigued so much by follows this journey from start to end and details every step of it with such graceful and poetic illustrations that this book starts to ache with perfection I ope that Shackleton s Journey endures for a long while and becomes considered as a classic alongside some of the great canonical titles of children s literature It s already stating its case for classic status with ease spreads of the ice floe breaking up swallow the page with their magnitude dwarfing the expedition with their immense jaw dropping scale whilst other spreads speak of a warmth and Slate (Rebel Wayfarers MC, humour that pays tribute to the bravery of these men This in particular is a vital touch Google Frank Hurley and Endurance to see some of the photographs from the expedition they re almost unreal Shackleton s Journey is perfect really and it is one of those books that feels a little bit like a landmark point for the sector I am in love Loved this book Can t wait to use it to inspire our next topic in Year 5 This is a big beautiful 70 page non fiction seuential art plus text exploration of Shackleton s unsuccessful journey of 1916 17 The ship was called Endurance and it endured a lot but at a certain point the ice flexed its muscles and that was that The menowever endured and this book details their adventureWhile this book seems great for middle graders and maybe even younger the text is very small and might be ard for younger kids to read and there is something sophisticated and intense about the organization and illustration The book does its best on the other and to remain light Do I Owe You Money? The Collected Memoirs of Ian Mosley hearted in the way the leaders did in order to keep the crew from despairing Very early on in the book just after Funding and Recruitment Grill introduces readers to the crew of the ship and on the next page the dogs which Iope to read about Here is a text excerpt In 1914 a cargo of 99 dogs was sent from Canada to London Of these 69 were chosen for the expedition Shackleton and the crew gave them all Canada to London Of these 69 were chosen for the expedition Shackleton and the crew gave them all and you may notice that some are named after famous people and crew members The dogs came from a mongrel mixture of breeds including Newfoundlands St Bernards Eskimo dogs Wolfhounds and wolves Cross breeding the dogs mean that they were very strong and ad ualities such as a thick coat or a good temperament The average weight of each dog was 100 lbs They included Alti Amundsen Blackie Bob Bo sun Bristol Brownie Buller Bummer Caruso Chips Dismal Elliott Fluff Gruss Hackenschmidt. Excitement that surrounded the expedition His impeccably researched drawings rich with detail fastidiously reproduce the minutiae of the expeditionChildren will love examining the diagrams of the. Shackletons Journey