The Worst-Case Scenario Ultimate Adventure: Everest: You Decide How to Survive! (Hardcover)

Everest: You Decide How to Survive!

By Bill Doyle, David Borgenicht, David Morton

Chronicle Books (CA), 9780811871235, 204pp.

Publication Date: March 16, 2011



An interactive adventure like no other On this epic climb up Mount Everest, readers are part of the youngest team ever to climb the world's tallest peak. Only YOU can make the right choice about your own survival and then experience the consequences of those choices. Will you summit Mount Everest and return to base camp safely? Will you be forced to turn back earlyor worse? Only you can determine your own fate Highly illustrated in comic book style, and based on real, true-life facts about mountain climbing, Mount Everest, and Himalayan culture, this book will be a surefire hit with anyone craving adventure and a fun, visual reading experience.

About the Author

David Borgenicht is a writer, editor, publisher, and co-author of all the books in the Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook series. He lives in Philadelphia. Bill Doyle was born in Lansing, Michigan, and wrote his first mystery when he was eight. He loved seeing the shock on people's faces when they discovered the identity of the story's villain-and knew then that he was hooked on writing. Bill has written for Sesame Workshop, LeapFrog, Scholastic, Rolling Stone, TIME For Kids and the Museum of Natural History. He lives in New York City with a mysterious dachshund named Esme. David Morton advised the author about mountain climbing from the base camp of Mount Everest. He has summited it five times! He lives in Seattle, Washington. Yancey Labat got his start with Marvel Comics and has since been illustrating children's books. He lives in New York.

Praise For The Worst-Case Scenario Ultimate Adventure: Everest: You Decide How to Survive!

"A fascinating, thoughtful book. ...Everest is an excellent read for someone who doesn't find reading a thrill and gratifying accomplishment for someone who does!" - Kids Books blog

"The format and subject matter will be especially appealing to reluctant readers. A fun as well as informative addition." - School Library Journal

"Quick, clean fun." - Kirkus Reviews