The Top of the World
Climbing Mount Everest

by Steve Jenkins

Why would anyone brave avalanches, frostbite, gale-force winds, and limited oxygen just to climb a mountain?  Cut-paper collages create visual images for this descriptive, informative history of the highest mountain on earth and those who climbed it.*
Mt.Everest Math Puzzles
National Geographic:  Measure of a Mountain

Mt. Everest--Nova

MtEverest.com

The Biggest Mountain

Denali for Kids

Mountain Zone

Everest News

Preventing Cold Feet

Ski Jumping
*(From Forged in the Fire, Bluebonnet CelebrationsSM #6, © 2000, Suzy Red, Lockhart, Texas)
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