Very little space given over to the role of Tom Crean but it remains the best screen adaptation of Shackleton's attempt to cross Antarctica
|South: The Illustrated Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917||
An updated version of Shackleton's own account of his failed attempt to cross Antarctica - an epic story of rescue and survival.
|Tom Crean's Rabbit||
Introducing Tom Crean and his love for animals to children, this is base on true events and is a beautifully illustrated book.
|Crean - The Extraordinary Life of an Irish Hero||
Yes, a little self indulgent maybe but I am so proud of this piece of work that brings a whole new light to the story of a great hero.
|Shackleton's Boat Journey||
No story of Antarctic history would be complete without the perilous journey of the James Caird and the astonishing rescue.
|Harvey Slumfenburger's Christmas Present||
No-one can deny this book has a Polar theme and for children I can personally vouch, having read it many times to my own children, that they will love this book
|The Worst Journey in the World: Apsley Cherry-Garrard||
Consistently voted the best of all Polar history books, I don't disagree. This classic is a first hand account of the fateful Terra Nova expedition.
A warts and all biography that is a well-referenced representation of the life of Sir Ernest Shackleton
|South with Endurance - Shackleton's Antarctic Expedition 1914-1917 - the Photographs of Frank Hurley||
The photographs of Frank Hurley who gave us so many memorable and iconic and images, are showcased in this pictorial history of the Endurance expedition.
|With Scott to the Pole: The Terra Nova Expedition, 1910-1913||
A wonderful photographic history of the fateful Terra Nova expedition.