Gold book America Continent
Continently, North America contains 41 countries and South America 14 countries and together they share 13.13 population of the world. North America was named after the explorer Americo Vespucci and is also known as the "New World". The largest freshwater lake in the world -- Lake Superior - is located in this continent and the world's third longest river - the Mississippi (3778 km) - is located in North America. Interestingly, the world's smallest owl - the Elf - is found on this continent while the South America continent houses the world's highest waterfalls -- the Angel Falls. The continent boasts of having the world's largest river as per water volume and the second-longest - the Amazon.
The Gold Book America would contain profiles of personalities who have created an impact on their commitments for the betterment of society for promoting the cause of education, health, environment, human rights, woman empowerment, humanity, business, music, literature, fine arts, entertainment, politics, science & technology and other domains. The editorial Jury would select 20 personalities from both continents with showcasing their contribution and dedicated work to serve humanity or innovative thinking made the world progressive in terms of social, cultural, educational, political and technological development of the world.