Tag Archives: National Geographic Kids

WEIRD BUT TRUE! NEW YORK CITY

The always popular WEIRD BUT TRUE! series is out with another great selection. This time it’s a look at one of my favorite cities to visit—The Big Apple, otherwise known as New York City. You can see all the previous … Continue reading

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WORLD ATLAS

When opening up an atlas you expect maps like you do here in the sixth edition of National Geographic Kids World Atlas—Both a physical and political color coded map for seven regions. More than 120 total. But what makes this … Continue reading

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ExplorerAcademy: The Dragon’s Blood Blog Tour-Day 4

Welcome back to the Explorer Academy! and… The Explorer Academy: The Dragon’s Blood Blog Tour! To celebrate the release of Explorer Academy: The Dragon’s Blood by Trudi Trueit on October 5th, blogs across the web are featuring exclusive guest posts … Continue reading

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THE ULTIMATE BOOK OF AFRICAN ANIMALS Blog Tour

Welcome to the Ultimate Book of African Animals Blog Tour! Looking to get away? Spend the week on a virtual safari with Emmy Award-Winning Filmmakers Beverly and Dereck Joubert as your guides! Featuring exclusive excerpts from their latest title, Ultimate … Continue reading

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Weird but True! OCEAN

Dive into these fishy facts: Did you know that the prehistoric shark, megalodon, had jaws so big that it could swallow a car? Or that goats, pigs, dogs, cats, and even an alpaca have all learned how to surf? And … Continue reading

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ALMANAC 2022

We’re not quite through the first half of 2021, but already the number one best selling kids almanac is yours to savor in NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS ALMANAC 2022. It’s a curl up in the bed kind of book or one … Continue reading

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Fantastic Summer Reading from Nat Geo Kids!

Summer is right at our doorstep with pools opening and trips planned. Let’s not forget reading. It’s a life long skill not to forget when away from the classroom and homework. Reluctant readers and anyone else interested in hacks and … Continue reading

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TOP SECRET

National Geographic KIDS and authors’ Crispin Boyer & Suzanne Zimbler hit the mark with this new title. I was fascinated throughout the 192 pages. The hardback is one of those hard to put down books you’ll be going back to … Continue reading

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BENEATH THE WAVES

Happy Earth Day! What better way to recognize this important date than by introducing a new book from National Geographic KIDS. Beneath the Waves is a true celebration of our most precious resource. The ocean is full of mystery and … Continue reading

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KIDS vs. PLASTIC

Plastic is everywhere, but where it eventually ends up is a huge world problem. Unique solutions are being created by individuals. More often than not, it is our youth leading way in solving this crisis. National Geographic for the past … Continue reading

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