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No Summit Out of Sight

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Madeleine Student

on 13 May 2016

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Transcript of No Summit Out of Sight

Jordan Romero- curly, brown/blonde hair; once he gets focused on something he gets hooked
Dad- adventure racer; short, brown hair
Karen (Stepmother)- brown, strait hair; adventure racer
He climbed all over the world but his hometown is Big Bear, CA. He practiced on a hill out in his backyard.
To be the youngest person ever to climb the seven summits.
Other people saying he can't
Altitude sickness
Who should read it
I think if you liked I will Always Write Back you would like No Summit Out of Sight because both are about dreams that don't seem to be real
The Seven Summits
No Summit out of sight is about a boy (Jordan Romero) who is the youngest person ever to climb the seven summits. He set the goal when he was 9, after he saw a poster of the seven summits at school. This book is about his journey to reach the goal that seems impossible. Most people doubted him but he pushed though it making sure he climbed to the highest peak at every continent. Never be afraid to reach to overcome your goal.
No Summit Out of Sight
by: Jordan Romero

I give this book 4.5 stars because it isn't my favorite book but it shows how a kid at 9 can make an dream that doesn't seem possible to adults come true. Anything is possible if you don't give up
At 9
At 15
Fun Facts
He became the youngest person to climb Everest on my birthday in kindergarten
No one will probably beat his record because they are a making restriction that say kids under 16 can't get a climbing licenses
Point of View:
1st person; Jordan's
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