Explorer Wood's Himalayan journey to Hodder

Hodder & Stoughton will publish a new book by explorer Levison Wood, to accompany a television series. Wood’s Walking the Himalayas sees him explore five countries along the mountain range. Wood will present a Channel 4 series about his journey in spring 2016. Hodder and Little, Brown US acquired world rights, including translation and serial through Jo Cantello of Wolfsong Media. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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