Sunday, November 29, 2020

National Geographic Kids Books Holiday Gift Pack Giveaway!

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This holiday season, National Geographic Kids Books has something for every kid who is curious about the world around them. From big, beautiful, gift-worthy books about the weird, wild and wonderful to stocking stuffers that are, well STUFFED with cool facts, these books are sure to be a big hit and will keep kids engaged long after the batteries have run out on this season’s “it” toy.  Below please find six books that comprise the National Geographic Kids Books Holiday Gift Pack


National Geographic Kids The Coolest Stuff on Earth

“Did you know that dogs can shake off a pound of water in less than a second? That some sand dunes whistle and sing? That the U.S. dollar bill is full of hidden symbols related to the number 13? Our world is filled with strange, bizarre, and weird happenings. But what do they mean? WHY are they important? And what secrets are behind them?… Discover the secrets of sharkskin, the mysteries behind incredible island animals, the power behind lightning, how a rare gemstone changes color, and more. Kids will be captivated by this fresh way of looking at our amazing planet.” Ages 8-12 years, 192 pages.


National Geographic Kids Why?: Over 1,111 Answers to Everything 

The concept is simple. Got a question? Well now you have an answer! 1,111 of them, in fact. Want to know why your snot is yellow? Flip to the human body chapter. What’s on the inside of a turtle shell? The animal section’s got you covered. What’s in the deepest part of the ocean? Why doesn’t Earth just float off into space? …With hundreds of topics ranging from silly to serious, we’ve got the expert information you need in a fun and entertaining format that will keep kids digging for answers.” Ages 8-12 years, 192 pages



Linking to a popular feature in the super successful National Geographic Little Kids magazine, this book brings the browsable fun of the bestselling National Geographic Kids Almanac to a new audience: preschoolers! Using an interactive question-and-answer format and content grounded in a child’s immediate world, the Big Book of Why delivers lively information, hands-on games, simple recipes, crafts, and more. What makes a car go? How does mushy dough become a crispy cookie? What does the doctor see in my throat?…Highly photographic and playful, this big book is an adventure in exploration.” Ages 2 years – preschool, 128 pages



The latest installment of the New York Times best-selling almanac features brand-new amazing animal stories, explorer profiles, and outrageous attractions that kids know and love, plus more of the incredible inventions, awesome games, and fresh challenges for curious kids who want to learn all about the world and everything that’s in it! Kids can have fun keeping up with our rapidly changing planet with the world’s best-selling almanac for kids, packed with incredible photos, tons of fun facts, crafts, activities, and fascinating features about animals, science, nature, technology, conservation, and more. There’s a whole chapter full of fun and games, including activities, jokes, and comics.” Ages 8-12 years, 352 pages



Stunning photos of whales, dolphins, sharks, octopuses, clownfish, and other appealing sea animals introduce the very youngest explorers to the wonders of Earth’s ocean, from its depths to its shores. These sturdy pages showcase ocean life with amazing photographs, acts, and lively, age-appropriate language to keep babies and toddlers–and their grown-ups–fascinated by every colorful page. Designed to be the stepping-stone to the best-selling National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book series, the Little Kids First Board Book series takes similar subjects and distills them down to the simplest nonfiction concepts for the youngest audience. Not only will readers learn about the ocean and its creatures, they can also find recurring shapes and patterns in the design.” Ages baby-3 years, 26 pages.



Sometimes big nerdiness comes in a small package–and this little book is an animal nerd’s dream! Meet animals of all kinds–from sharks and moles to orangutans and okapis– in this quirky, jam-packed original from National Geographic Kids. If you thought you were brainy, take a look at the incredible critters in this book. Inside, you’ll find a spider that spends its whole life in a bubble and birds that build nests so big, they’re like avian apartment complexes!…In this little animal “Nerdlet” you’ll learn about the weirdest, coolest, most amazing creatures in the animal kingdom–and what makes them so complex. Plus, you’ll have some of your most burning animal questions answered, such as What’s the deal with crocodile tears?…You’ll also find personality quizzes, fun facts, animal superheroes, and even a Star Wars reference … or two.” Ages 8-12 years, 216 pages.

Enter below to win the National Geographic Kids Books Holiday Gift Pack that includes all the books listed above! Giveaway open to US/CA and ends on December 13, 2020.
 

44 comments:

  1. I think it is great and I know my 2 daughters would find it interesting enjoy it very much!

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  2. I love the Nat Geo books, they're always filled with interesting information and so fun to read!

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  3. I love the Nat geo books. They are amazing for young childrens minds. My kids LOVE to learn.

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  4. When I was a kid, I know I loved flipping through a book of natural history. I picked up a kids National Geographic book at my library’s tag sale a couple years ago and it became my toddlers favorite book! Their pattern book taught my son about patterns and I recommend it for littles.. They are beautiful books and it would be exciting to win!

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  5. My grandchildren love to read about about historical events that are on their level. I think these are great.

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  6. I really love the great info and the amazing pictures in nat geo

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  7. I think this is awesome and my son would en6this.

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  8. Such a fun combination of books! NatGeo is great.

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  9. A lot of good books that I Know my kids would enjoy

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  10. I'm sure my daughter would love this set of books. They are always filled with interesting information and are fun to read.

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  11. I think these books like really interesting. My kids would like them.

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  12. I think these are awesome, my grandkids would LOVE these.

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  13. They look like a colorful, fun way to learn about the world. I'm sure my nieces would enjoy them.

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  14. I think this is a great giveaway. My daughters would love these National Geographic books!

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  15. My grandson loves these books, would be a wonderful win for me. Thank you!

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  16. I believe that literacy matters and starts at a young age. I also think that non-fiction reading is super important to create a lifelong reader. Non-fiction for kids can and should be fun! National Geographic has done it with these books! My kids would love them!

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  17. My twin grandchildren will love reading these!

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  18. I love the colorful photos and the fun information.

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  19. they all look amazing

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  20. My kids love National Geographic books. The books have such a great picture to info ratio and my kids learn so much from them.

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  21. This pack looks great for curious kids.

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  22. I think they are wonderful for kids to learn new and interesting things

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  23. Wow! National Geographic has always been very informative. I love how they have books especially for kids. great to leisurely read, but also informative enough to write a school report.

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  24. I think it's amazing to learn all these great facts about animals. It's important for kids and adults to learn as much as possible and it's fun!

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  25. I think it's great! I love these books. They are very educational

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  26. I think they are amazing. I have noticed that even big kids (as in me) love them. Thank you

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  27. They're nice for a kids room table book. I think books are great gifting ideas.

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  28. I think these books look like a lot of fun, and I love that they are educational too.

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  29. This books are amazing!

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  30. I love Nat Geo and reading them with my 6 year old granddaughter.

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  31. I think that the National Geographic Kids Books Holiday Gift Pack is absolutely fabulous. National Geographic for Kids books are well written and have gorgeous photos and illustrations. They are designed with kid size chunks of new information. They are fun for children and enjoyable for adults as well.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  32. My kids would really enjoy this whole set.

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  33. My 2 boys would love these books. Why is my youngest's favorite question so those first two books would be perfect for him while my older son would love the other books.

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  34. i would give these to my kids, they would love them.

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  35. I think that they look very informative. I loved animal facts when I was little and my grandpa got me a subscription for animal cards when I was little. I usually didn’t get “just because” gifts, so it was very special. It looks like kids would absolutely love these. I would give them to niece and nephew.

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  36. I think they look very informative in a fun way.

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  37. I love their books. My daughter loves these little pieces of information that they give and even I tend to learn something new!

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  38. Tell us what you think of the National Geographic Kids Books Holiday Gift Pack. I think it's awesome! I'm always trying to get my grand kids interested in science and reading.

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  39. I think my boy would really dig this!

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  40. I like the Why? Book, maybe it will help me answer some of those constant questions.

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  41. I think these are amazing. I read some thing like them in school and I think it would help my niece learn a lot.

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  42. National Geo is the best. They have something for any kid

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  43. I love it. I love National Geographic books. There great for children and even adults. Thank you

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