Tag Archives: National Geographic Kids

HISTORY’S MYSTERIES

I love a good mystery, especially when they’re real. This new title from National Geographic KIDS reveals many of the mysteries that still stump scientists and archaeologists. There were many I had not heard of before. You’ll find the mysteries … Continue reading

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1,000 FACTS ABOUT THE WHITE HOUSE

Did you know… There are 132 Rooms and 6 Levels in the White House Residence. First Daughter Susan Ford held her school’s senior prom in the East Room of the White House in 1975. President Andrew Jackson once hosted an … Continue reading

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS

YIKES! We’re down to just 10 shopping days until Christmas. No need to panic with these last minute gifts from the talented folks at NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS. First up is a fun page-turner: Weird But True! Christmas: 300 Festive Facts … Continue reading

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DON’T READ THIS BOOK BEFORE BED

This new book from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS is especially spine tingling during the season of spooks and goblins. The tales here though dare to explain some of the odder places, animals, and occurrences in our world. Just in case you … Continue reading

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UNITED STATES ATLAS

The fifth edition from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS is a treasure for any boy or girl studying our great country. It’s divided into five geographical areas along with a special section for the territories. Each state gets its own colorful two-page … Continue reading

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WEIRD BUT TRUE! DAILY PLANNER

You see it every school year. Potential success spoiled by a lack of organization. This new and fun Daily Planner from National Geographic Kids could be the first step to uncluttering the mess. Spiral bound so it can lay flat, … Continue reading

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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN’S WISE WORDS

I couldn’t think of a better way to wrap up this patriotic week than to feature this new title from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS. In today’s world of political infighting and rhetoric not only should our future leaders read this book … Continue reading

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