Geography Quest: Journey into the Earth

John Townsend, illustrated by Tatio Viana
AUD $14.99
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Step inside for an earth shattering expedition!

An urgent phone call comes in, it's Doctor Ludmila Popplecracker, the famous volcanologist! Drill down to the centre of the Earth to determine whether the supervolcano is about to erurpt. It's a dangerous mission but you're being depended on to collect vital information! Readers must use their problem-solving skills and geographical knowledge to navigate their way through the thrilling adventure, learning more about geography with every page turned. 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. Clues are dotted along the way, and wrong turns will direct readers towards the right answer! A glossary explains geographical words and provides added reference material.

Author bio:

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. Tatio Viana, a self-taught artist from Madrid, left a decade-long career in advertising to follow his passion for illustration in 2000. Since then, he has breathed life into the pages of math, history, science, and literature textbooks with his rich, vivid illustrations. Outside of the studio, you'll most likely find Tatio swaying to jazz, devouring a book, or laughing with his four-year-old son.

Category: Graphic novels
ISBN: 9781784930097
Publisher: Quarto UK
Imprint: QED
Series: Geography Quest
Pub Date: May 2015
Page Extent: 48
Format: Paperback
Age: 0 - 0
Subject: Graphic novels