The world-renowned Royal Geographical Society(with the Institute of British Geographers) is the UK's learned society and professional body for geography, founded in 1830 for the advancement of geographical science. Nathan Joyce is a former editor of wildlife books and is now a freelance writer based in Brighton, UK. He has written several books including The History of Insults (Ryland Peters & Small, 2017), A Celebration of David Attenborough: The Activity Book (Pavilion Books, 2018) and The Big Book of Trump (Blink, 2018) and contributed to many others, including Chronologica: The Incredible Years that Defined History (Bloomsbury, 2016) and Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards (Blink, 2017).
Here's another reason to love geography! The Royal Geographical Society Puzzle Book is the subject at its most exciting. * Nicholas Crane, Immediate Past President of the RGS and author of The Making of the British Landscape * A wonderful collection of fiendish puzzles, tricky quizzes and extraordinary stories about some of the greatest explorers to have ever travelled the world. This is the perfect book for aspiring geographers, curious historians and map-lovers everywhere! * Alastair Humphreys, adventurer and author of The Boy Who Biked the World * This is a great puzzle book, for budding explorers and young adventurers. There's no better way to test your exploration skills without leaving the house! * Levison Wood, explorer and author of Walking the Nile and Walking the Himalayas *