Summary and Book Reviews
No Horizon Is So Far: Summary and book reviews of No Horizon Is So Far by Ann Bancroft, plus links to an excerpt from No Horizon Is So Far and a biography of Ann Bancroft.
The writing style of this book would appeal to older children (grades 4 and above) and teens – but don’t write it off as a teen book per se – it should be of interest to people of any age who are interested in reading about people who challenge themselves to the limit – both in body and spirit.
Recent Reader Reviews
Rated of 5
Rated of 5
by Charlie - age 40
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