The Geography Coloring Book

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HarperCollins, Jan 1, 1991 - Science - 48 pages
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For introductory courses in Geography. This unique educational tool introduces the countries of the world and the states of the United States to students. Each section begins with a plate containing a political map, a physical map, and regional maps. Through active participation, by coloring in countries, rivers, regions, etc. (and their respective names), students gain a broader understanding of the material and retain more information. A highly effective, but also enjoyable, way to learn.

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Contents

Preface C
The Countries
The Countries
Western Europe
Europe and Asia
The Countries
Southeast Asia
Oceania I
Western Africa
Eastern Africa
World Climate Regions
Copyright

About the author (1991)

Wynn Kapit graduated from the University of Miami, attended the Art Center School in Los Angeles, and received a Masters in Painting from the University of California at Berkley. He also took a class in human anatomy at San Francisco City College. While taking that class, he realized that he could coloring the subject's drawings helped him learn the topic. Kapit, a former graphic designer, and Lawrence Elson, the class instructor, created The Anatomy Coloring Book (1977) which also served as a foundation for The Physiology Coloring Book (1987) and The Geography Coloring Book (1991).

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