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#Win National Geographic Kids Books Holiday Gift Pack for Curious Kids! #MEGAChristmas20 US Only Ends 12/5

While we may be a pack of dogs, we LOVE learning about all the animals of the world! And, what better way to do that than with National Geographic?!

Keep reading below to learn about this AMAZING gift pack and then we have a pawsome opportunity for you to win a gift pack for yourself!

Enter for a chance to #win a National Geographic Kids Books Holiday Gift Pack for Curious Kids!

This giveaway is sponsored by National Geographic Kids Books and hosted by Mom Does Reviews

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.  

The Coolest Stuff on Earth: A Closer Look at the Weird, Wild and Wonderful  (ages 8-12, hardcover, $19.99, 192 pgs)  This big, bright and photo-packed gift-worthy book digs into the details behind our planet’s most magnificent marvels, epic extremes, and astonishing animals. 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? These stories and much more are revealed through cool stories, action-packed photos, fantastic infographics, and exciting Q&As with in-the-field experts. 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. 

The Coolest Stuff on Earth

NG Kids Why?:  Over 1,111 Answers to Everything (ages 8-12, hardcover, $19.99, 192 pgs) – 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? Check, check, and check. With hundreds of topics ranging from silly to serious, this book has the expert information kids need in a fun and entertaining format that will keep them digging for answers. 

Why do we yawn?

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2021 (ages 8-12, paperback, $14.99, 352 pgs) – The latest installment of the New York Times best-selling almanac features 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!.  Tons of fun facts, crafts, activities, and fascinating features about animals, science, nature, technology, conservation, and more is why this is the number one selling kids almanac on the planet. There’s a whole chapter full of fun and games, including activities, jokes, and comics and the colorful compilation also includes an Almanac Challenge 2021 — which inspires kids to reduce their plastic waste and encourage others to do the same.

Little Kids First Big Book of Why (ages 3-7, hardcover, $14.99 , 128 pgs)— a #1 Besteller on Amazon! 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?

Nat Geo animal avitar infographic

Nerdlet: Animals (ages 8-12, paperback, $9.99) – Sometimes big nerdiness comes in a small package–and this little book is an animal nerd’s dream! 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? And you’ll meet people who get to be around animals for a living and travel to animal destinations around the world. You’ll also find personality quizzes, fun facts, animal superheroes, and even a Star Wars reference … or two. View the PDF HERE 

Nerdlet Animals

Little Kids First Board Book: Ocean (preschool, board book, $7.99) – Stunning photos of whales, dolphins, sharks, octopuses, clownfish, and other 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, super simple facts, and lively, age-appropriate language to keep babies and toddlers–and their grown-ups–fascinated by every colorful page.

These Nat Geo books are Bean approved!

Bean with Nat Geo book

ENTER TO WIN!

One lucky reader will win the
National Geographic Kids Books Holiday Gift Pack!
Includes all 6 titles listed above (total ARV $88)

The giveaway is open to US only, 18+

The giveaway ends 12/5 at 1159p est

Be sure to come back daily for more chances to win!

Good luck y’all!

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Dana M.

Saturday 5th of December 2020

BrainPop for science and IXL for math and reading.

Jason Cullum

Saturday 5th of December 2020

Youtube is super helpful, there is so much information on just about anything. Also printables.

Nancy

Saturday 5th of December 2020

Books are wonderful resources for home learning. National Geographic Kids books have great photos and illustrations. They are informative and well written. Information is delivered in child size chunks. Kids love National Geographic for Kids books.

Stephanie Grant

Saturday 5th of December 2020

The Photomath app has been a life saver this year. It gives step by step instructions on math problems so my son can learn better.

Candie L

Saturday 5th of December 2020

Ok, I am cheating. I am an online teacher; have been for 6 years. I love finding the interactive sites that have the students do stuff instead of just hanging out listening to me talk boring. Thank you

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