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The Boy Who Biked the World – Part 2

£5.99

Young Tom continues his journey round the world, sailing across the Atlantic Ocean then cycling through the Americas from Patagonia to Alaska.
SIGNED by the Author!
Read a sample chapter here.

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Alastair Humphreys spent four years cycling 46,000 miles round the world. in 2012, he was named as a National Geographic Adventurer of the year. Read about his journey through the eyes of Tom, a boy with a mind for adventure’¦

Tom dreamed of being an adventurer. But people told him he was crazy, so he decided to prove them wrong by cycling round the world! The first book followed Tom across Europe and through the mysterious landscapes of Africa.

In Part Two, Tom pedals north from the tip of South America up through the Americas towards Alaska. He must contend with deserts, jungles and the massive mountains of the Andes. He meets grizzly bears, fascinating locals, and even a memorable guinea pig. Tom learns about the world, and himself, as he tackles this epic journey.

Based on the author’s personal experiences and with engaging illustrations, maps and handwritten journal entries throughout, this book provides an immersive experience for any young adventurer.

  • 128 pages. Black and white illustrations.

  • Signed by the Author.

  • Have a sneak preview inside the first book by clicking here.

  • Overseas customers please click here.

  • Discount for bulk purchases (>20 copies): ideal for schools (enquire here).

Tom’s journey bears uncanny similarities to the author’s own ride round the world.

Alastair Humphreys is a qualified teacher. Each year he gives talks in schools to many thousands of children. Over time he has learned exactly which aspects of his own experiences resonate most with children. The Boy Who Biked the World is a fun, educational account of Tom’s journey round the world, riding the length of Africa. Its SMOG readability is 12.
Have a sneak preview inside the first book by clicking here.

Bulk purchases (20 or more) are subject to discount ‘“ [email for info]: perfect for classes to read in schools following a talk from Alastair.

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