We almost always have a subscription to the National Geographic KidsMagazine. Most recently though, my girls have spent a lot of time of the past few weeks checking out two awesome books from National Geographic Kids.
- Weird But True: 300 Outrageous Facts (National Geographic Kids)
- National Geographic Kids Almanac 2011
The Weird But True: 300 Outrageous Facts (National Geographic Kids) is filled with tons of fun facts that kids will enjoy learning and sharing. This is a great reference book for kids.
As with all National Geographic publications, the images are amazing! Some of the greatest photographers are featured in these publications. The talent is great! These photos keep my kids interested, from my 4 year old all the way up to my 12 year old.
The National Geographic Kids Almanac has more than 500 photographs and over 300 pages of detailed information, crafts, games, jokes, and recipes. It has everything kids want to know about everything.
- Your World 2011 —What’s hot and what’s ahead for 2011
- Awesome Adventure — Modern-day adventurers, survival techniques and true stories of harrowing escapes
- Amazing Animals — More than 75 pages devoted to animals, their habitats and what makes each one unique
- Culture Connection — Food, currency, literature and lots more from around the world
- Geography Rocks — Maps, travel and famous or unusual landmarks. Take a wacky road trip to see “Mac the Moose” and a giant trumpet.
- Going Green — Eco-lingo, our threatened planet and steps we can take to help save it
- History Happens — Mummies! Wars! American heroes! Secret spies! The people, places, governments and events that make us who we are today.
- Wonders of Nature — From the highest mountains to the depths of the ocean floor — and everything in between.
- Future World – Investigate and predict future careers, smart clothes, robots and holographic technology.
- Super Science — Space, health and the human body
If you are looking for something educational that will grab any kids attention you will want to check out the National Geographic Kids books and magazines. I pretty much guarantee they will love it. I mean, who doesn’t love animals and adventure???
I received copies of Weird But True: 300 Outrageous Facts (National Geographic Kids)and National Geographic Kids Almanac 2011 to facilitate my review. No compensation was received.
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