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Are you ready for an amazing adventure that will test your brain power to the limit, full of mind-bending puzzles, twists and turns? You've been called urgently to the Television Wildlife Centre where Lucinda Lavender, the TV Director General, is waiting for you. Reports of a terrifying yeti in the Towering Mountains have been made. Sir Digby Tweedhop, the top wildlife presenter, was sent up the mountain to capture the yeti on film – but he has disappeared without a trace! Only you, with your fantastic geography skills, will be able to find him. This is a life or death mission, create your own adventure and rescue Sir Digby Tweedhop from the mountain!
Geography Quest follows the popular Maths Quest, Rubik Quest, Science Quest and History Quest series. Questions are carefully chosen to address important geographical subjects for the age group. Finding the answers enables readers to advance through the story, learning more about geography with every step taken. A glossary explains geographical words and provides added reference material.
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After years of teaching geography in secondary schools, John Townsend realised that children were crying out for interesting, captivating and engaging reads – so he decided to write them! He has now written over 100 books and also works as a guest speaker – often visiting schools, writers' groups and libraries. He lives in Suckley, Worcester.
David Shephard has worked for numerous different publishers, magazines, newspapers, and design agencies. More recently, he has found himself more and more drawn to working on imagery for young children and has a clean and traditional style. He lives in Sussex with his wife, son and cat.
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