Remember Me

Science on Shackleton's Expedition
Children's - 3rd-6th Grade, Age 8-11 
48 p. ; 
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ISBN 9781496696922
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Shackelton's story of survival and rescue is amazing enough on its own, but understanding the science involved makes the tale even more interesting. Fascinating details with scientific explanations accompany the brief retelling of Shackelton's expedition, which found success but not in the way the adventurer intended.
Publisher Summary
Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton led an expedition across Antarctica in 1914. Did you know that science played a big role in this dangerous journey? Learn how weather patterns affected the explorer in Antarctica. Find out the science behind Shackleton's ship, The Endurance. And discover how modern technology is being used to find out even more about this adventure more than 100 years later.
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