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One Step at a Time

Erling Kagge



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17 March 2020
A joyful ode to the enormous benefits of this most simple of activities, from one of the world's greatest explorers From the bestselling author of Silence comes an illuminating examination of the joy of walking.

From those perilous first steps as a toddler, to great expeditions, from walking to work to trekking to the North Pole, Erling Kagge explains that he who walks goes further and lives better.

Walking is a book about the love of exploration, the delight of discovery and the equilibrium that can be found in this most simple of activities.
By:   Erling Kagge
Imprint:   Penguin
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 172mm,  Width: 122mm,  Spine: 16mm
Weight:   255g
ISBN:   9780241357705
ISBN 10:   0241357705
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   17 March 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Erling Kagge is a Norwegian explorer who was the first in history to reach the 'three poles' - North, South and the summit of Everest. He now lives in Oslo where he runs a publishing house. He is the author of multiple books, including Silence, which is published in 38 languages, and Walking.

Reviews for Walking: One Step at a Time

A thought-proving and enjoyable book that revels in seeing the global in the local. Erling Kagge reveals new ways to view home and homo sapiens, and, as he travels leisurely, we grow slowly wiser. -- Tristan Gooley, author of 'The Walker's Guide to Outdoor Clues and Signs' 'If you are a walker this book will resonate with you, if you have seldom or never walked this book should be compulsory reading' -- Rosamund Young, author of 'The Secret Life of Cows' Erling Kagge is a philosophical adventurer - or perhaps an adventurous philosopher * New York Times * A thoughtful book-length essay on a taken-for-granted human activity. * Kirkus * Drawing on the experiences of Kagge's extraordinary life in wild places, this is a book of great concentration * Robert Macfarlane, on Silence * Fascinating * The Times, on Silence * [Walking is] much more subtle than a typical self-help . . . Erling Kagge uses his acquaintance with extreme environments to reflect on the mental and physical benefits of walking * Economist * Part rumination, part walking coach and companion . . . and one that might just do more for your health and happiness than your treadmill alone ever could * New York Journal of Books *

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