Shackleton [DVD] 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.
Shackleton 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.