Wednesday, March 22, 2023

National Geographic Kids' "Hop Into Spring Giveaway"

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Whether you're looking for candy-less Easter basket ideas or fun Spring reads, the National Geographic Kids' "Hop Into Spring Giveaway" features six books for kids of all ages that are filled with fuzzy animals, fun facts, and all things sports -- a perfect fit for Easter and the celebration of Spring!

That's Fact-tastic! Mind-Blowing, Eye-Popping, Jaw-Dropping Stuff About Our World (Hardcover, $19.99, ages 8-12,192 pgs)

Did you know that a giraffe’s eye is as big as a Ping-Pong ball? Or that about 19 million hot dogs are sold at major league baseball games every year? Or that there is only one bone in your body that’s not connected to another one?  This book is chock-full of fascinating facts, silly stats, and catchy little knowledge nuggets in all kinds of awesome categories, from amphibians to black holes to the gold rush.

Special features include Extreme Weirdness, Strange Places, What's the Difference, and more. Bold, colorful photographs in a supersize format and spectacular information create a winning combination for curious kids who can't wait to learn more about the world.

Little Kids First Board Book: Becoming a Butterfly  (Board Book, $7.99) Follow one of nature's most fascinating creatures from egg to caterpillar to butterfly in this vibrantly illustrated board book that introduces babies and toddlers to these incredible insects.

Bursting with vivid photos and featuring super-simple facts, this charming board book explores how a butterfly becomes a butterfly.  Little readers will be dazzled by the variety of colorful butterflies they meet as they learn how these beloved insects develop from egg to caterpillar to chrysalis to an adult ready to spread its wings and fly.


Little Kids First Big Book of Sports (Hardcover, $14.99, ages 4-8, 128 pgs)
Climb, dive, skate and race into the wide world of sports! This lively reference book, co-branded with ESPN, introduces young readers to a variety of sports from across the globe and explores how they are played.

Whether a sport needs a ball or a stick, a pool or a field, a racquet or a ski pole, young readers can explore each sport’s history and the rules and skills that make that sport unique. From basketball to soccer, lacrosse to cricket, archery to diving, bowling to skateboarding, snowboarding to playground games, this lively reference book covers a variety of team and individual sports. Special sections look at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Whether you’re interested in team sports, solo sports, or watching from the stands, this book has something for everyone. Let’s play!

Features include:
  • Age-appropriate descriptions of dozens of sports, and the rules and skills that make each sport unique
  • Activities that encourage interactive learning and exercise
  • Simple text for reading aloud or for beginning readers
  • Fun facts on every spread
  • More than 200 incredible photos
  • Parent tips that extend the experience beyond the book


Zeus the Mighty: The Voyage on the Oddest Sea (Hardcover, $12.99, ages 8-12, 192 pgs)

Join Zeus the overconfident hamster, Athena the wise cat, Ares the treat-loving pug, Poseidon the proud pufferfish, Demeter the loyal grasshopper, and Hermes the daring chicken on another laugh-out-loud adventure through Greek mythology.

Plunge into stormy waters with Zeus the hamster and his gaggle of gods as they meet a shape-shifting soothsayer and uncover the mysteries of the deep in the spellbinding fifth book in this hilarious romp through Greek mythology.

After an earthquake rocks the Aegean Sea, Zeus and Demeter set sail in a not-so-seaworthy vessel to find out what really happened. When their ship is capsized by a slithering sea monster, the duo find themselves trapped in a mystifying underwater realm. The other Olympians mount a rescue mission, only to encounter enchanting mermaidlike creatures with hypnotic songs and a tentacled shape-shifter who tells tales of the future. His uncanny abilities make the Olympians question themselves―and each other. Can the god squad stick together, or will the strange currents of this underwater world tear them apart? www.zeusthemighty.com


5-Minute Baby Animal Stories (Hardcover, $14.99, ages 6-8, 208 pgs)

If baby animals make you go aww, this collection of stories is the book for you!  Curl up with 12 true tales about some of the most adorable baby animals on the planet.  Each story is the ideal length to be read aloud in five minutes, perfect for bedtime, story time, or anytime.

From inspiring tales of baby manatee and baby wombat rescues to irresistible stories of how panda cubs, penguin chicks, and more babies grow up, this nonfiction 5-minute storybook will engage and enchant animal lovers of all ages. Illustrated with colorful photographs, these true stories are perfect for any time you need a little boost of cute!

My Favorite Animals Super Sticker Activity Book  (Paperback, $12.99, ages 4-8, 112 pgs)

Chock-full of kids' favorite animals: dogs, cats, bunnies, hamsters, birds, cows, sheep, pigs, and many more! With a colorful design and loaded with tons of games and activities--such as mazes, matching, drawing, and counting -- kids are sure to love these pages of 2,000 stickers!

Giveaway

The National Geographic Kids' "Hop Into Spring Giveaway" (consists of all 6 books listed above, ARV $76, US only and ends on April 10th. Good Luck!

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18 comments:

  1. National Geographic books are great to read and learn all about interesting facts.

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  2. I think they look nice and that my kids would really enjoy them!

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  3. I think this looks like a great set of books that my niece and nephew would love.

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  4. We oftentimes enjoy reading National Geographic literature with kids.

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  5. I've been a fan of National Geographic for years, I love their magazine. The books look interesting.

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  6. These books look awesome, I love National Geographic Books! I homeschool my kids and these would be perfect for our collection. They love how colorful and engaging they are.

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  7. My kids and I love these books. We learn so many cool facts!

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  8. My daughter loves the national geographic books, these look like so much fun!

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  9. This looks just perfect for a gift for my grandchildren.

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  10. We love National Geographic Kids books and we would especially love the My Favorite Animals Super Sticker Activity Book.

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  11. These are such cute books and I love the pictures

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  12. They look like a lot of fun. My kids love natgeo books.

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  13. We love these books. We get them for my grandkids

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  14. I would like to share the butterfly book with my classrom.

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  15. The Nat Geo Kids books are great for my students. They enjoy reading these books and looking at the colorful pictures.

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