Below I’ll give you my selections for the best Explorer books by a few categories. I will cover these and other great books more in depth later.
- 1. Explorer: The Mystery Boxes (2012)
- 2. The Explorer (2018)
- 3. Explorer 2: The Lost Islands (2013)
- 4. The Hidden Doors (Explorer) (2014)
- 5. How to Be an Explorer of the World: Portable Life Museum (2008)
- 6. Explorer (Foreigner) (2003)
- 7. The Explorers (The Seafarers) (1920)
- 8. Grammar Explorer 2: Grammar Explorer 2 Student Book (2014)
- 9. The Explorers: The Door in the Alley (2018)
- 10. Grammar Explorer 3: Split Edition B (Summer School) (2014)
- 11. The Explorers: The Reckless Rescue (2019)
- 12. Grammar Explorer 1: Student Daphne Mackey (2014-07-03) (2001)
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1. Explorer: The Mystery Boxes (2012)
Seven clever stories answer one simple question: what’s in the box? Funny, fantastic, spooky, and suspenseful, each of these unique and beautifully illustrated short graphic works revolves around a central theme: a mysterious box and the marvels—or mayhem—inside. Artists include middle school favorites Kazu Kibuishi, Raina Telgemeier (Smile), and Dave Roman (Astronaut Academy), as well as Jason Caffoe, Stuart Livingston, Johane Matte, Rad Sechrist (all contributors to the groundbreaking comics anthology series Flight), and upcoming artist Emily Carroll. Praise…
2. The Explorer (2018)
Fred, Con, Lila, and Max are on their way back to England from Manaus when the plane they’re on crashes and the pilot dies upon landing. For days they survive alone, until Fred finds a map that leads them to a ruined city, and to a secret….
3. Explorer 2: The Lost Islands (2013)
The highly anticipated second volume to the critically acclaimed Explorer series, The Lost Islands is a collection of seven all-new stories written and illustrated by an award-winning roster of comics artists, with each story centered around the theme of hidden places. Edited by the New York Times bestselling comics creator Kazu Kibuishi, this graphic anthology includes well-written, beautifully illustrated stories by Kazu (the Amulet series), Jason Caffoe (the Flight series), Raina Telgemeier (Drama and Smile), Dave Roman (the Astronaut Academy…
4. The Hidden Doors (Explorer) (2014)
A bullied boy discovers a door guarded by a sly monster . . . A painting of a door opens in a forgotten Egyptian tomb . . . A portal in the park promises to turn you into a much cooler version 2.0—if you can just get the bugs out . . . Edited by New York Times bestselling comics creator Kazu Kibuishi, who is also a contributor, the third volume in this highly praised series gathers some of the foremost and fastest-rising talents in comics for kids: Jen Wang (Koko Be Good), Johane Matte (Explorer: The Mystery Boxes), Steve Hamaker (colorist of Jeff Smith’s Bone series), Faith…
an interactive guide for exploring and documenting the art and science of everyday life.Artists and scientists analyze the world around them in surprisingly similar ways, by observing, collecting, documenting, analyzing, and comparing. In this captivating guided journal, readers are encouraged to explore their world as both artists and scientists. The mission Smith proposes? To document and observe the world around you as if you’ve never seen it before. Take notes. Collect things you find on your travels. Document findings. Notice…
6. Explorer (Foreigner) (2003)
It has been nearly ten years since the starship Phoenix returned to Alpha, the station orbiting the world of the atevi, which had been abandoned following a rift between a faction of the station’s inhabitants and the spacers’ Pilot’s Guild. The unexpected return of the Phoenix has forever changed the lives of both atevi and Mospheirans, for over the ensuing decade, the captains of the Phoenix have brought both species into space. Their motivation seemed simple: Reunion Station, a human station in another sector of space, had been destroyed by aliens. But on his deathbed, the senior captain of the Phoenix…
7. The Explorers (The Seafarers) (1920)
Series: Seafarers Paperback: 176 pages Publisher: Time Life UK; First Edition edition (January 1, 1920) Language: English ISBN-10: 0705406229 ISBN-13: 978-0705406222 Package Dimensions: 11.1 x 9.3 x 0.8 inches Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,205,805 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #23812 in Travelogues & Travel Essays Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?…
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9. The Explorers: The Door in the Alley (2018)
This is one of those stories that starts with a pig in a teeny hat. It’s not the one you’re thinking about. (This story is way better than that one.) This pig-in-a-teeny-hat story is filled with adventure and danger. There are missing persons, hired thugs, a mysterious box, a hidden key, famous explorers, a risk-averse boy, and a girl on a rescue mission. Not to mention secrets that are not meant for the faint of heart. But if you are feeling bold, or maybe even a little italic, and if you enjoy derring-dos (and doing dares), this just might be the story for you! “[A] . . . . Animals in teeny…
About the Author Amy Cooper has over twenty years of experience in ELT publishing, and she has worked on textbooks in all skill areas. She holds graduate degrees in Theoretical Linguistics and Applied Linguistics from Cornell University and Teacher’s College, Columbia University. Samuela Eckstut-Didier is a Senior Lecturer at Boston University’s Center for English Language and Orientation Programs (CELOP) in Boston, Massachusetts. She holds an M.Ed. degree in TESOL from Teachers College, Columbia University, as well as a Royal Society of Arts Certificate in TEFL. She taught for many years in Athens, Greece, and…
11. The Explorers: The Reckless Rescue (2019)
Reader! Your attention is greatly needed. We have left things unresolved! What began as your average story of a boy stumbling upon a pig in a teeny hat and a secret international explorers society has turned into an adventure of epic proportions. • The bad news: The boy (Sebastian) has been kidnapped by a trio of troublesome thugs. • The good news: His new friend Evie has promised to rescue him! • The bad news: Sebastian has been taken halfway around the world. • The good news: Evie has…
New updated Grammar Explorer. Better graphics and format. Follows same style as the previous Grammar Explorer series….
Best Explorer Books Everyone Should Read
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The Explorer Race
Author(s): Robert Shapiro
ID: 2182637, Publisher: Light Technology Publishing, Year: sep1,2013, Size: 30 Mb, Format: epub
Origins and the Next Fifty Years
Author(s): Robert Shapiro
ID: 2162514, Publisher: Light Technology Publishing, 1998, Year: March 1, 1998, Size: 8 Mb, Format: epub
The Explorer Race and Jesus
Author(s): Robert Shapiro
ID: 2216059, Publisher: Light Technology Publishing, Year: Jun 1, 2002, Size: 6 Mb, Format: epub
Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are really hot items according to Los Angeles Times, others are written by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.