• Trapped in Antarctica!

  • Nickolas Flux and the Shackleton Expedition
  • By: Nel Yomtov, Mark Simmons
  • Narrated by: anonymous
  • Length: 27 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

When a spontaneous time leap sends Nickolas Flux back to Ernest Shackleton's ill-fated Endurance Expedition to Antarctica, what's a teenage history buff to do? Try to avoid becoming stranded at the bottom of the world, of course! 

From the crushing of the Endurance by ice to the heroic lifeboat journey to South Georgia Island, Nick must survive one of the most amazing expeditions of the early 1900s.

©2015 Nel Yomtov, Mark Simmons (P)2019 Capstone Publishers, Inc.

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good for kids that like history

this story is particularly good to listen to right now because we just found the wreckage of The Endurance.
the story is dramatized with minimal foley. educational. has a narrator pop-in with facts throughout the story.
leaves out that they killed the cat, but does include the fact that they had to kill the dogs. (seems like they let you think that some of the dogs may have survived, but none of them really made it out alive. so, you can decide whether or not now is the right time for your child to know the gritty details. they don't even mention the cat and I'm ok with it. they mention the fact that they ate seals and penguins. trigger warnings for you)
just a little simplistic adventure that feels like it all takes place in one afternoon.
nice intro to the story of The Endurance.