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What's the windiest place in the world? (Commonwealth Bay in Antarctica.) What is the largest river in the United States? (The Mississippi River.) What is the surface area of the earth? (197 million square miles!) Learn these facts and more with Color Yourself Smart: Geography, a revolutionary new coloring book for grown-ups! With 52 maps for you to color, you'll improve your memory and display your artistry on pages featuring continents, countries, rivers, mountains, and oceans of the world. - Learn about the 50 U.S. states, including capitals and national parks; each of the 7 continents, from Africa to South America; world population density and population growth; and member countries of the United Nations and the European Union. - Don't stop when you finish coloring! Test yourself with a quiz, check out the full-color, completed maps at the end of the book, and start asking your own questions about our world. - Includes 52 pages to color and 8 studio-quality Faber-Castell pencils, an eraser, and a sharpener. With 10 fascinating facts on every page, you'll soon know more than you ever thought possible-and by the time you finish Color Yourself Smart: Geography, you'll have colored yourself smart!
Dan Cowling currently teaches Geography and is Head of Year at Charters School in Sunningdale. He is a recognized Chartered Geographer (Teacher) by the Royal Geographical Society and a member of the Geographical Association. He has taught Geography for 15 years, has written numerous text books, and works as a senior examiner for Edexcel.Mark Franklin joined the prestigious School of Technical Illustration at Bournemouth & Poole College of Art & Design in 1981 and was introduced to the Photo-Realist movement in Pop Art. Influenced by Philip Castle and Michael English, amongst others, he mastered the art of airbrush illustration, along with the exacting geometry of perspective theory. Graduating in 1985, Mark moved to London to work as a freelance illustrator. Mark has been providing airbrush and digital art to a variety of media, print, publishing and advertising clients for over 20 years. He lives and works in London.