I was sent a copy of three National Geographic Kids Books to review. All opinions are our own.
This year we are focusing on having gifts that meet needs rather than solely wants. We need healthy readers in our house. We need to learn more. We need to have more experiences as a family. So we need more of National Geographic Kids Books in our lives. I fell in love with National Geographic as a kid because of the beautiful photography. I didn’t have a clue what the articles were about or what they stood for but I knew that photo of the woman in Africa was stunning. The photo of the wolf on the mountain made me feel like I was actually there. When I went to Moms Meet, I was able to hear from some of the ladies from National Geographic Kids division and I loved their mission. The mission was for them to help grow explorers. They may not be hiking mountains but they’re getting curious about the world around them.
Big, Gifty & Glitzy: 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3
Find fascinating knowledge nuggets on all kinds of cool topics, from bubble gum and ice cream to the outer space and the North Pole! This book offers hours of unplugged fun for curious kids who love to be the trivia expert in the family. (Ages 8-12)
· Best Gift Book for the New Year: National Geographic Kids Almanac 2017
Get inspired for the year ahead with the most popular kids’ almanac on the planet! It features 350+ pages of incredible photos, fun facts, news, activities, and features about animals, science, exploration, technology, culture, and more. (Ages 8-12)
· Something a Little Weird: Weird but True 8
Kids love Weird But True! The latest, greatest in this endlessly fascinating series – now with more than 20 titles — is full of 300 all-new wild and wacky facts and pictures. (Ages 8-12)
Rachael has fallen in love with the Weird but True! book. She’s read it and reread it. I love that she has a nonfiction book on her reading list for school!
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