In volume two of this marvelous cycling adventure, Tom a young English boy who decides cycling solo around the world would be a better classroom than the confines of school heads north from the tip of South America
Having cycled the depth of Europe and the length of Africa, Tom now decides to make his way through the Americas. With a long "uphill" struggle facing him, Tom has the massive Andes and raging Amazon to contend with in South America, deserts and grizzly bears in North America, and a colorful array of characters all along the way. With engaging illustrations, maps, and handwritten journal entries throughout, this book provides an immersive experience for any young adventurer."
This is Book 1 in the The Boy Who Biked the World Series. See all The Boy Who Biked the World books here.
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