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Living Wild - Bear Grylls

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Author: Bear Grylls / Format: Paperback / Genre: Sports / Subcategory: Outdoor Pursuits General /Title: Living Wild / ISBN 13: 9781905026654 / ISBN 10: 1905026654 / 256 Pages / Book is published 2010-05-27 by Channel 4 / Alternative title: Living Wild: The Ultimate Guide to Scouting and Fieldcraft / Alternative ISBN 10: 190502665X

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      18.06.2012 19:32
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      Recommended if you're interested in this topic, very helpful from the information it provided

      Having read this book to prepare a little more for selection processes in the army I now know quite a lot more in terms of literally "Living Wild". The information gives you topics from being able to keep fit at the end of the book to how to tie specific knots for different functions. Of course coming from Bear Grylls you can trust all the information within from his own experiences and his story telling at the end of each chapter.

      He also stresses within the book the extended importance of being able to use a map and a compass and this should spur you on to do the same if you too are either joining the army, scouts or anything within this topic or even just exploring the world and so is the perfect book for a little background information on "Scouting and Fieldcraft". The fact that it is also related to Channel 4, with the logo in the top right you can tell that it's even more reliable in the sense of the content being from sources that you can trust and from Bear himself.

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