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James Cook —McCarthy, Shaun, 1953-

Presents an account of Cook's life and explorations and examines their impact on history and the world.

The remarkable voyages of Captain Cook —Blumberg, Rhoda.

An account of the historic adventures and achievements of the great British explorer and discoverer of Australia, Hawaii, and other Pacific Ocean lands and peoples.

Stowaway —Hesse, Karen.

A fictionalized journal relates the experiences of a young stowaway from 1768 to 1771 aboard the Endeavour which sailed around the world under Captain James Cook.

The voyages of Captain James Cook : the illustrated accounts of three epic Pacific voyages —Cook, James, 1728-1779, author.

"The first-ever illustrated account of Captain James Cook's epic eighteenth-century voyages, complete with excerpts from his vivid journals. This is history's greatest adventure story. In 1766, the Royal Society chose pr...

Captain Cook & his exploration of the Pacific —Morriss, Roger.

With hundreds of facts about the famous explorer and the Age of Discovery and Exploration in the Pacific, this book offers a comprehensive, informative. and highly readable introduction to the world of Captain Cook. Feat...

Captain James Cook and the Search for Antarctica —Hamilton, James C., author.
EBook
2020

"Two hundred and fifty years ago Captain James Cook, during his extraordinary voyages of navigation and maritime exploration, searched for Antarctica -- the Unknown Southern Continent. During parts of his three voyages i...

James Cook : the voyages —Frame, William, 1972- author.

"The twenty-fifth of August 2018 marks the 250th anniversary of the departure of the Endeavour from Plymouth, England, and the first of three voyages by James Cook that would nearly complete the map of the world. Interwe...

Blue latitudes : boldly going where Captain Cook has gone before —Horwitz, Tony.
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During a time when most didn't roam five miles from their birthplace, Captain James Cook mapped the modern world, sailing 200,000 miles, reaching every continent and every ocean. Tony Horwitz explores the discoveries of ...

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