Go Wild with National Geographic – #Review

 

From pre-school to middle school, National Geographic Kids books offers a book for every reader, whether they’re reluctant readers or voracious book lovers. Now kids can go WILD with these latest additions to some of National Geographic’s most in-demand series, all featuring animals children love:

Lions

NG Readers: Lions —  Part of the National Geographic Readers series, this level one reader ($3.99) is perfect for those just starting to read.   Joining the many dozens of titles in this series, Lions, features beautiful photos of lions and cubs accompanying the simple but informative text, fun facts and jokes to make kids ROAR with laughter:).

Kangaroos to the rescue

Chapters: Kangaroo to the Rescue! — This chapter book series picks up where the Readers series leaves off.  This title ($5.99) features three incredible true stories of animal heroics, including Lulu the kangaroo, two dogs named Maggie and Pilot and three amazing pigs, each a hero in its own way.

Look & Learn Bears

Look & Learn Bears — Developed in association with child education experts, the newest addition ($6.99) to the Look & Learn board book series features bears of every variety and introduces concepts with context reinforcement so learning sticks.

Everything Birds of Prey

Everything Birds of Prey — The Everything series is perfect for kids ages 8-12.  In Everything Birds of Prey ($12.99), readers can swoop in for seriously fierce photos and fantastic info on some of the fastest and largest flying animals in the world.

Horses & Pony Sticker Book

Ponies & Horses Sticker Activity Book  — Packed with mazes, spelling and pattern games, drawing activities and more, this title ($12.99) is perfect for the horse-obsessed and a terrific boredom buster!

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National Geographic Kids has developed a fantastic Super Reader site to complement their Readers series.  It has prizes to reward their reading effort, printable posters to help track their progress, activities, quizzes, games and a whole lot more.

What we thought of National Geographic Kids Books

We received “Ponies & Horses,” “Everything Birds of Prey” and “Kangaroo to the Rescue, ” and as usual Evey was the first to pounce claiming “Ponies & Horses” for herself before the package was even open. The next 2 hours (yes really two hours!) were spent finding the correct stickers, using some of the extras to create our own images and decorating various items with the spare stickers.

The “Kangaroo to the Rescue” chapter book was enjoyable – even our older boys sat down to listen to the stories. It wasn’t all Kangaroo stories and, without giving anything away, the piggy story is excellent!

Finally, e had “Everything Birds of Prey”. This is very simply written and the pictures are spectacular. Evey wanted to cut some of them out and put them up on her wall. We will definitely be seeking out the other titles in the series!

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5 COMMENTS

  1. I bought a couple of these National Geographic Animal Books for my grandkids. They love all kinds of animals. These books are easy to read and has some awesome pictures in them. Children should know about all kinds of nature. After all this is their world too.

  2. I really love these books. They are bright, fun, and teach all at the same time. I want to win!

  3. My grandchildren love these books, I can see why. I know growing up I use to read these also.
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