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Everest Book Two: The Climb

by Gordon Korman
In Book Two, the unexpected happens, and the climbing contest becomes a life-or-death rescue mission. 153 pages, Ages 8-12

Item Number: 1081
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $17.00
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5Dominic Alexis, who grows up in a climbing family, is trying out for the team that is going to climb Everest. As the number of candidates thin out, the competition heats up. This will be the youngest group to climb Everest. Who will be ready for the challenge? Dominic is by far the smallest of the group and is constantly being bullied by another kid named Tilt. Chances of making the team look dim because of Dominic's size. He later proves that size is not a factor. This book can be compared to a staircase. The excitement builds and builds until the final climax. In this way the author keeps you reading to find out what will happen next. All the characters have unique personalities that will soon have to work together to reach the tallest mountain in the world. Not only will it be physically challenging, it will be hard keeping the team together. This is a good book for people who like adventure. I would recommend this book for teens and below.
2011-08-12

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