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April 30, 2014

National Geographic Kids Books Review & Giveaway -- ENDED

*I received free books for review purpose. I did not receive any compensation from the company. All opinions are my own and not influenced in anyway. My reviews are not always positive, but they are my personal and honest opinions. Other people's views and experiences with the product or products might be different from mine.

Little kids and picture books go together like peanut butter and jelly.  But what happens when they feel they are too "big" for picture books -- what's next? Keeping kids ages 8-12 reading is critical to developing a lifelong passion for books. National Geographic Kids Books has mastered the art of keeping tweens' noses in a book with fun, high interest topics; big, bold graphics and pictures; and pages packed with cool information that they love to stump their parents with (I say this from personal experience!).  This Spring, National Geographic Kids debuts three tween-approved titles that are guaranteed to make kids want to turn off the device, crack open a book and look at the world around them in a whole new light: 

 Ultimate Globetrotting World Atlas  Discovering the world and all that's in it will take on a whole new level of excitement for kids with this bold and vibrant world atlas. It's full of fun facts, fascinating information, easy-to-read maps, lots of games, and vibrant pictures of everything from wacky hotels around the world to natural and man made wonders. Kids will be presented with people, places, and animals that span the globe while being engaged and entertained.
 What In the World?
Move over I Spy! National Geographic Kids What in the World? is a photographic game book the way that only National Geographic can do it. Kids can discover the world one amazing game at a time in this beautiful hardcover that turns cool photos into fun-filled visual games.  This workout for your brain will build brain power, strengthen visual skills and jog your memory (but don't tell the kids that!:).
 100 Things to Do Before You Grow Up 
This is THE to-do list for any adventurous kid who is not afraid to get his or her hands dirty! They always say time flies when you're having fun, maybe that's why your prime kid-years seem to sail by in a heartbeat. Are you living it to the fullest? Well, here's an awesome way to find out. In this book you'll find ideas, hints, and tips for things that you can (and should!) do before you're too old to get away with it. Ever snorkeled at a coral beach? Stayed up all night? Well, now's the time! It's also never a bad idea to apologize to a friend, make a new friend of a different race or religion, or start your own business! Complete with expert tips from real life adventurers, weird-but-true facts, and profiles of some of the coolest kid-jobs on the planet, this book is just the start of your amazing, exciting, wonderful life!
Long before DD was able to read on her own, we began to purchase books for her. Over the years, we have acquired quite a collection of books for her. Out of the hundreds of books she has in her little library, the books she reach for over and over again are the books published by National Geographic Kids. I must admit that I never thought these would be the books my daughter would enjoy so much, after all, she is not a kid who loves science. When I asked her why she liked these books so much, she explained that she thought that all of the National Geographic Kids books were so interesting. She enjoyed learning interesting facts and she was always really excited about sharing her new knowledge with her friends. She also liked to look at all of the amazing photos in these books. Not surprisingly, she was very happy to add 3 more National Geographic Kids Books to her little library. Personally, I think these books are great as well. If we are traveling long distance, I would pack one of two of them to keep my kids entertained. Of course, they also make great gifts for other kids. 
To buy the books we received to review, please visit National Geographic Store. Many thanks to the National Geographic Store, one of my lucky readers will receive the same set of books we received to review as giveaway prizes. This giveaway ends on May 14th.


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15 comments:

Linda Kish said...

I would like to check out Sublime Nature.

Jennifer Q. said...

I really like The Book of Animal Poetry.

Cryssie Cherry said...

True Food

Kimberly said...

I think my daughter would enjoy Ultimate Weird but True

JRFrugalMom and Family said...

Oh, there are so many that I would love to have. I would especially love to have the Ocean: An Illustrated Atlas, because we have an aspiring shark scientist in the family.

latanya t said...

National Geographic Traveler U.S. Delivery

Heather said...

My kids would love the Ultimate Weird but True book. they are all about weird facts lately.

ReggieMann said...

I would like to check out the National Geographic Kids Almanac 2014

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

Visited the site and another amazing book is National Geographic World Atlas for Young Explorers, 3rd Edition

Tylerpants said...

My son would *love* National Geographic Angry Birds! Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com

trixx said...

I like the Everything Big Cats book!

abedabun dawn said...

Another book I would like to check out it the US Atlas for Young Explorers - Revised 3rd Ed

lilyk said...

National Geographic Readers: Ponies looks very interesting!

katja9_10 said...

I would like to get the Everything Big Cats book for my daughter. She loves cats.

Les Johnson

Rebecca Parsons said...

I like the 5,000 Awesome Facts About Everything.