Inspired by those who have gone before her - and especially Kay Cottee and Jesse Martin - this is a quest and a story that will capture the hearts and imaginations of all who admire an adventurous spirit. TRUE SPIRIT covers everything that rea... read more
2012. First edition, first printing. A very good copy.
National Geographic, 1974. First edition. A fine copy in a very good d/w.
1987. Fifth edition. A near fine, unmarked copy.
Take a unique journey to 100 of Earth's record breaking places, from swimming in the deepest lake to stepping foot on the largest sand island or spending a night in the largest ice hotel. Find out exactly where the lowest point on dry land, the furthest p... read more
2015. First edition, first printing. A near fine copy only marked by a previous owners details to the title page.
Twenty years ago, Frances Mayes - widely published poet, gourmet cook and travel writer - introduced readers to a wondrous new world when she bought and restored an abandoned villa called Bramasole in the spectacular Tuscan countryside. With glorious descriptions of the vibrant ... read more
1955. Ninth impression. A near fine copy only marked by very light age tanning to the edges and endpapers and a previous owners marks to the front endpapers. The d/w is unclipped and good. Now in a protective cover.
2005. A proof copy in very good condition.
|Author:||WILLIAM R GRAY|
National Geographic, 1981. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy in a very good d/w with some panel rubbing and repaired edge wear and tears.
Recounting the epic and often tragic journeys of French explorers--Bougainville, Lap#65533;rouse, D'Entrecasteaux, Baudin, Freycinet, d'Urville, and others--to Australia, this account encompasses a remarkable period of French and Australian history, when for many yea... read more
2007. First edition. A near fine copy only marked by a previous owners details to the front free endpaper. The d/w is also near fine.
|Author:||Andrea Di Robilant|
In the 14th century, Nicolò and Antonio Zen journeyed from Venice up the North Atlantic, encountering warrior princes, fighting savage natives and, just possibly, reaching the New World a full century before Columbus.... read more
2011. First edition, first printing. A fine, unmarked copy in a fine, unclipped d/w.
In 1997, Miles Hordern sailed alone in a 28-foot sloop across the Southern Ocean from New Zealand to Patagonia and back - a voyage of 13,000 nautical miles across the largest uninterrupted stretch of water on earth, a region of icebergs, gales and high seas. Six weeks aft... read more
2002. A very good copy only marked by creasing to the spine and a previous owners details to the front page.