Author(s): Bear Grylls
The fourth in the fun new 12-book collectible series for young readers from survival expert and Chief Scout BEAR GRYLLS. Chloe is enjoying activity camp and all the outdoor fun - what's not to like? But she can't understand why everyone goes on and on about "leaving things the way you found them". After all, what's the big deal about a bit of litter in the middle of the woods? The world is big enough for a bit of rubbish not to matter. But when she's given a mysterious compass with a fifth direction she's transported to a tropical island beach and has to brave the extreme conditions with the help of survival expert Bear Grylls. It's not like a typical trip to the seaside! First there's a shipwreck to escape through raging surf, fresh water to source, not to mention quicksand and sea urchins...Will Bear persuade her to change her ways when she sees how much non-degradable litter still washes up, and the damage it does to wildlife? And who will get the compass next? Each book in this fun new 12-book series from BEAR GRYLLS follows a different child on the outdoor activity camp. Once they are given the magical compass, they meet the inspirational adventurer in an amazing place and learn new skills and facts they can take with them back to their real life.
The fourth in the fun new 12-book collectible series for young readers from survival expert and Chief Scout BEAR GRYLLS.
Bear Grylls (Author) Bear and his wife Shara live on a barge on the River Thames in London and on a small remote Welsh island. They have three sons: Jesse, Marmaduke and Huckleberry. You can find out more about Bear Grylls on his official website: www.beargrylls.com. Follow him on Twitter @BearGrylls (1.3 million followers), Facebook @RealBearGrylls (6.7 million likes) and Instagram @BearGrylls (1.2 million fans!) Emma McCann (Illustrator) Based in Brighton, Emma studied illustration at Kingston University and has since illustrated many titles for a wide variety of publishers. Her first children's book was long-listed for the Kate Greenaway award. Check out her work at www.emmamccann.co.uk or follow on Twitter @cooliobeanz