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Recently I was given a variety of National Geographic books to review with my kids here of Frugal and Fun Mom.
I was excited to have this opportunity because as a child National Geographic was a publication that my grandparents always had, and I read the articles and hung the maps up all over my walls.
National Geographic high quality images and content are a perfect addition to our book-case, and I hope in the process of reading these books, that my children have fun and learn at the same time.
A few of the book titles we received included Just Joking 4, Ultimate Weird But True 2, Everything Pets, and Meerkats Level 1 Reader.
Just Joking 4 is a funny kids book with 300 jokes, including tongue twisters, riddles, and knock knocks. The pictures are of animals up close and many appear to be laughing. This was the favorite of both of my kids.
Here is a joke sample from the book:
Water you saying? I don’t understand you!”
Ultimate Weird But True 2 is a hard cover book that covers a wide variety of topics and is not limited to animals. It covers space, volcanoes, sports, food, weather, and more.
This is a book that the entire family can appreciate and enjoy. I think it would be perfectly placed on a coffee table to encourage conversations with house guests.
Everything Pets contains photos and fun facts about dogs, cats, rodents, reptiles, and more. It has details about animal buddies, service animals, show dogs, and contains an interactive glossary.
Meerkats Level 1 Reader has everything your kids would want to know about those cute little animals. In addition, it has Meerkat jokes, cool facts, and a picture quiz in the back. It contains large font and basic words making it a great starter book for young children. This book was a close second for popularity for my daughter.
Does your child read National Geographic Books? If so what is their favorite one thus far?
National Geographic Books are available wherever books are sold. To learn more about these titles and other publications visit ngbooks.org/momsmeet and just in time for the holidays, enjoy a 30% off discount through 12/31/2013.
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