The Girl Who Rowed the Ocean
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The Girl Who Rowed the Ocean

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'An inspirational ocean adventure'- Bear Grylls; Lucy wants to explore the world, and do something daring and difficult. But people laugh at her when she hatches a plan to row across the Atlantic Ocean. So her family rallies round to help prepare for the journey, loading her boat with supplies for 3,000 miles of rowing. Her school friends follow her from afar, learning about the ocean, its wildlife and pollution. Alone at sea, Lucy faces seasickness, storms and a very sore bottom, not to mention close encounters with ships and a humpback whale. Yet there are also the joys of wandering seabirds, shooting stars and magical sunsets, as she finds she is capable of more than she ever imagined. Step aboard and join Lucy on her life-changing adventure to become the girl who rowed the ocean.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 18.29mm | 258.55g
  • Lightning Books
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • 50
  • 1785633325
  • 9781785633324
  • 1,020

Review quote

An inspirational ocean adventure' - Bear Grylls; 'Lucy's epic voyage brought back happy memories of my own ocean crossings. It's a realistic and inspiring tale of adventure at sea' - Sarah Outen; 'The perfect handbook for anyone young or old in search of adventure' - Steve Backshall; 'Rowing the Atlantic and caring for our wild places are very close to my heart. Well done, Lucy!' - Ben Fogle; 'We need more young people like Lucy getting active and having adventures in the freedom of nature' - Helen Glover
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About Alastair Humphreys

'Alastair Humphreys is a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year. He has cycled around the world, rowed the Atlantic Ocean and walked a lap of the M25 - one of his pioneering microadventures.

He is the best-selling author of 14 books, including Great Adventurers, which won the Stanford's Children's Travel Book of the Year and the Teach Primary Award for Non-Fiction.

He has written eight books for Eye including the best-selling The Boy Who Biked the World trilogy, a series of novels for 9-12-year-olds based on the real-life adventures he recounted in Moods of Future Joys, Thunder and Sunshine and Ten Lessons from the Road. His more recent The Girl Who Rowed the Ocean is a similarly novelised version of his transatlantic crossing.

He is a qualified teacher.
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