National Geographic Kids

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All books have been received for review in exchange for my honest opinion. I have placed those book I feel would be great holiday gifts in this guide.

I will always be an advocate for books. Books build knowledge, the imagination and takes us on adventures without leaving our chairs. Two great books are from National Geographic Kids.
Weird but True National Geographic for Kids
Ye Olde Weird But True! 300 outrageous Facts From History is recommended for children of Ages 6 and up.
It is a soft copy book with 208 pages.
This book is the latest in the series of the Weird But True series. Young and old a like will find these trivia tidbits fun and interesting. This book is filled with great information and photos. Books like this are always great in getting a child or adult to begin investigating more on subject matter of interest and leads on a journey of more knowledge. Also this is a great coffee table book and great facts for some conversation starters.
If you have purchased previous books from this series then you will be glad to know that Ye Olde Weird But True delivers 100 percent new content, with 500 more of the amazing facts and photos.

Nat Geo Space Encyclopedia
National Geographic Kids Space Encyclopedia A Tour Of Our Solar System And Beyond
This book is written & illustrated by David A. Aguilar. David Aguilar is the director of public affairs at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He’s an astronomy expert.
This book is recommended for ages Ages 10 and up. It is a hardcover book with 192 pages with 40 color photographs.
This book beautifully presents the latest exciting findings on space exploration and research. Also included in this book fantastic views of the universe through cutting-edge technology which is bringing back to Earth. with and all in one ultimate reference book. This book would be a great book to own and use for school research papers or just for the shelf or coffee table because of the valuable information it provides about space and the mysteries beyond our world.

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4 comments for “National Geographic Kids

  1. December 3, 2013 at 10:33 am

    I would love to put the N.G. Space book on our family bookcase. I know we would all enjoy it.
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  2. December 3, 2013 at 1:28 pm

    What a great book for kids! Thanks so much for sharing!
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  3. December 3, 2013 at 1:30 pm

    I think that my son would have tons of laughs and fun with the Ye Olde Weird But True book.
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  4. December 3, 2013 at 2:37 pm

    I’ve always been a NatGeo magazine lover, but had no idea they make books. I’ll have to check out the Weird But True series.

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