National Geographic Kids Books

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Gifts have been given and received, the holidays are finally winding down. Wrapping paper recycled and unfortunately some stuff returned. Now is the time to use some gift cards.
Today I am going to tell you about a few National Geographic Kids books which deserve your attention.

pic1First up is National Geographic Little Kids Magazine is a bi-monthly magazine which is geared toward kids aged 3 to 6 and as such is full of sharp huge pictures, short stories, picture games, and more.  The magazine is run by National Geographic so picture quality is out of this world and is an incredible wealth of information.  Its so great to come home to an excited little guy who seams to know everything possible about parrots.  Each subscription costs $15 for 6 issues.

pic 1For the bigger kids is National Geographic Kids Magazine, which is geared to ward kids 6-12 years old and has 10 issues a year, roughly monthly.  Sporting more in depth articles and features while still including tons of picture and illustrations.  This magazine is great for kids who are nature and animal lovers as well as lovers of science.  Both magazines are great fun but adults will find it more informative to read through the regular kids magazine. a subscription of 10 issues retails for $15.

Next up we take a step back in time with Treasury of Egyptian Mythology.  This book takes Egyptian lore and presents it to readers along with fully illustrated drawings, historical references, background, etc.  This book is packed with Egyptian mythology and is perfect for your little Indiana Jones or Joan.  The stories themselves are written by Donna Jo Napoli who retells the tales in a modern tongue perfectly well. The book is geared toward readers 8-12 years old and retails for $24.95.

pic10The Space Encyclopedia is meant for kids 10+.  This encyclopedia is a wealth of information presented in a kid friendly manor with simple articles, full color pictures and illustrations.  The book is a blast for space fanatics.  Little Man had a space faze that included learning, ‘something new about space, every night’.  This may sound daunting, but his mind is a sponge and this book is the perfect dish soap in this particular analogy.  Each page full of new information and easy to present to the little guy.  Space Encyclopedia retails for $24.95.


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