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Biking Across The Antarctic Circle By Allen Johnson, Karen Johnson Jacot
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The book describes a trip south of the Antarctic Circle where the author encountered thousands of penguins, hundreds of seals, dozens of whales and a bunch of exotic icebergs.
Atacama The Driest Desert in the World By Allen Johnson
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Allen visited the high desert of Northern Chile to make astronomical observations and experience the driest desert in the world
Off the Beaten Path: My Roundabout Journey to Humanitarianism By Maya Annika Dayal
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Maya Dayal is a (fairly) normal American teenager. There is one thing, however, that sets her apart from other teenagers: her global travels. Since she was a young girl, she has been traveling with... More > her family to remote destinations, including the North Pole, the South Pole, the Galapagos Islands, the Amazon Rainforest, French Polynesia, and the jungles of Uganda and Rwanda. Every trip she takes compels her to question the status quo: Why do social inequalities exist? To what extent is it her responsibility to bring awareness to these issues? What exactly is her place in the world? As she becomes shaped by the things she’s seen and the people she’s met, she begins to work on creating awareness of the global issues she has seen firsthand. Her travels inspire her to create presentations, start clubs, launch websites, and establish a socially-conscious company that donates profits to charities. Her inspirational story can serve as an example to young people around the world.< Less
Between East and West: A Historical-Cultural Saga By Abidullah Ghazi
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"LACHHMI’S RUNNING AWAY with an Englishman sent shock waves throughout the town of Angapur. Her elopement, in a sense, was an assault against the honor of both Hindus and Muslims. A... More > protest meeting was organized in town with the aim of censuring Christians. Setting aside old political rivalries from the era of the Muslim League and Congress, Rao Malkhan Singh and Khan Bahadur Hamid Zaman Khan spoke on the issue while sharing the same platform. Local youths marched in processions. As there was no British High Commission or US Embassy in such a small town, the demonstration was held outside the Christian Mission Hospital. Munna Ram and Nannhi led the protest. The throng set fire to an effigy of US President Eisenhower, for they had heard through the local educated people that Eisenhower was a representative of the farangi race."< Less