Tag Archives: National Geographic Kids

The Poetry of US

Welcome to day two of my National Geographic for Kids Holiday Wish List.  You can check out day one here. Poet J. Patrick Lewis had an idea. Compile the best poems about the United States and its territories, especially those … Continue reading

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My Holiday List from NGK!

National Geographic Kids offers the best in engrossing, colorful, and fun-filled titles. Over the next week I’ll be sharing five recommendations. Many are best gift wrapped and placed under the tree, but a few selections could be stuffed in that … Continue reading

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DOG SCIENCE UNLEASHED

This dog loving new title from National Geographic Kids was not one I could review alone. Fortunately, I had my canine companion, Tatum, nearby to give me a hand. She was more interested in sniffing the pages than reading, but … Continue reading

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TO THE MOON AND BACK

Next July marks the 50th anniversary of the historic first moon walk.  The televised event made our world stop for a moment and marvel at this stunning achievement. TO THE MOON AND BACK is an in your face way to … Continue reading

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SOLVE THIS!

Attention! All budding engineers should get a copy of this book. It will confirm you are on the right career path. It might even entice those who had never even thought about a career in engineering to give it a … Continue reading

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TWO NEW FREAKY & CREEPY TITLES FROM NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Get your costume ready and the candy bowl filled, then sit back and read these two thought provoking and at times scary non-fiction books. First up is HISTORIES MYSTERIES FREAKY PHENOMENA. Seven chapters cover mysterious events and discoveries in our … Continue reading

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FOOD FIGHT!

The fight might be more about who gets to first read this new book from National Geographic Kids. Food industry leader Tanya Steel has put together a five star look at the history of food and also a peek into … Continue reading

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