National Geographic Kids Books Holiday Prize Pack Giveaway


The holidays are here and books are a great gift for family, teachers, and more. I love giving books. 
I am so happy to host this giveaway from National Geographic. There is something for everyone here. 8 books of fun, education, colorful pictures, loads of information and more.

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To the Moon and Back: My Apollo 11 Adventure A Pop-Up Book by Buzz Aldrin with Marianne J. Dyson (ages 8-12, hardcover, $32.00) — In celebration of the Apollo 11 Mission’s 50th Anniversary and punctuated by intricate pop ups and paper folds, in To The Moon and Back Buzz Aldrin shares his personal stories and reflects upon what historians call “humanity’s greatest adventure.” Never-before-published anecdotes from Aldrin and his family run the range of emotions — funny, sad, dangerous, hair raising, heartwarming and inspiring — and provide a truly unique, behind-the-scenes look at the mission to the moon.  Additionally, vivid photos, clearly marked diagrams and elaborate pop ups illustrate and explain the fascinating science behind this incredible story of human achievement and a build-your-own Apollo 11 lunar module is also included.


Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secret by Trudi Trueit — NEW FICTION SERIES! — ($16.99, hardcover, ages 8-12)  Adventure, danger, and a thrilling global mission await 12-year-old Cruz Coronado as he joins an elite school for explorers. Cruz leaves his tranquil home in Hawaii to join 23 talented kids from around the globe to train at the Explorer Academy with the world’s leading scientists to become the next generation of great explorers. But for Cruz, there’s more at stake. No sooner has he arrived at the Academy than he discovers that his family has a mysterious past with the organization that could jeopardize his future. In the midst of codebreaking and cool classes, new friends and augmented reality expeditions, Cruz must tackle the biggest question of all: Who is out to get him, and why? Readers can get in on the excitement with puzzles and codes embedded throughout and book two in this seven book series, The Falcon’s Feather, comes out this March! Learn more @ ExplorerAcademy.com.  See the Book Trailer HERE, and win a once-in-a lifetime trip through the Explorer Academy Alaskan Cruise Sweepstakes!




Ultimate Secrets Revealed: A Closer Look at the Weirdest, Wildest Facts on Earth  (ages 8-12, hardcover, $19.99) — Did you know that caterpillars liquefy when they turn into butterflies? That humans shed eight pounds of skin every year? That there’s a funky forest in Poland where all the trees are mysteriously crooked? That space smells like burnt plastic? Our world is filled with strange, bizarre, and weird realities. But what do they mean? WHY are they important? And what exactly is the secret behind them? With Q&As with in-the-field experts, fantastic infographics and exciting stories, this book takes readers behind the scenes of the  truly bizarre, to reveal the truth behind our planet’s wildest and wackiest. Meet the mind-boggling bacteria that make Yellowstone National Park’s Morning Glory Pool pop with radiant color, discover the mysteries behind the Sphinx of ancient Egypt, learn how tornadoes are so powerful, and so much more!


Dog Science Unleashed: Fun Activities to Do With Your Canine Companion (ages 8-12, paperback, $12.99)  Dog Science Unleashed shows kids how they can learn about science with the most faithful lab partner they’ll ever have, their dog! Twenty-two safe and pup-friendly activities let young scientists discover how their canine companions think, move, drink, stay warm, get clean and cool off. From determining your dog’s favorite smell, to figuring out if your dog is a righty or a lefty, to making a stethoscope to listen to your hound’s heart, Dog Science Unleashed explores the science behind dogs’ senses, how they move, how they learn and much more.   Each activity is paired with step-by-step instructions, clear and interesting scientific explanations, and photographs that illustrate important elements of the experiments and observations. Hands-on activities and fun information for budding scientists prompt further learning and offer a look at current, groundbreaking canine research. Dog Science Unleashed is a Hands-on Science Book finalist for the AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science.


Just Joking Jumbo 2 (ages 7-10, paperback, $14.99) –– Kids will laugh their tail off with a jumbo-size, jam-packed joke book featuring 1,000 jokes and 1,000 photos. With silly facts that are strangely true, laughable lists, conversation jokes, and long-story jokes with hilarious endings, this full-color, supersize book include funny stuff about pets, technology, spooky sensations, adventures, around-the-world wonders, animals, myths and legends, dinosaurs, music, and treasure hunting. It’s the perfect combination of laughing, learning, and maybe jump-starting a career in comedy!


National Geographic Kids Why Not?: Over 1,111 Answers to Everything (ages 8-12, hardcover, $19.99) – The concept is simple. Got a question? Boy, do we have answers! Over 1,111 of them. Why don’t you keep growing your whole life? Check out the human body section. Why aren’t we traveling by jetpack yet? Tech has your answer. Why aren’t school buses red? Flip to the pop culture chapter. Why aren’t dinosaurs still alive? Why can’t you walk on clouds? It’s all there! With hundreds of topics ranging from silly to serious, we’ve got the expert information in a fun Q&A format that will keep kids digging for answers. Answers include all kinds of fascinating extra info like top 10 lists, weird-but-true facts, explorer profiles, and cool activities. Now, go stump your parents!




Fly With Me: A Celebration of Birds Through Pictures, Poems and Stories (ages 4-8, $24.99) is a family affair, created by the iconic Jane Yolen and her three adult children, Heidi, Adam and Jason Stemple.  This thoughtful and beautifully curated collection of our flying, feathery friends highlights the role birds play in human life from centuries ago to present day. While it’s beautiful and contains many original poems, it’s also full of valuable real science about these wondrous creatures. From history and behavior to spotting and photographing, there’s something for every bird fan in the flock. Young birders will learn all about migration and the importance of habitat conservation. They’ll find stories about bird rescues and fun facts about the fastest, strongest, and tiniest fliers. They’ll also discover the best bird nests, sweet songs to sing, ways to listen for and identify the birds around them, and more. Written by Jane and her children to honor the late David Stemple, a loving husband and father and avid birder, this treasury is  sure to become a classic for bird enthusiasts of all ages. Additionally, the release of Fly with Me is timed to Nat Geo’s celebration of the Year of the Bird, their 2018 initiative to bring awareness to  the plight of birds around the world.

Enter The Giveaway before 12/8/18

Disclaimer: I received complimentary books for my honest opinion. No monetary compensation was offered.

25 comments:

momo said...

I did notice that their are a lot of DVD's for kids on their site to order. Here are a couple of them that I would pick out for my grandson;National Geographic Bee 2014 DVD-R & Tales from the Wild: Tasha The Polar Bear DVD.

lfhpueblo said...

https://shop.nationalgeographic.com/collections/games-and-puzzles/products/kids-puzzle-collection Is something else I really like at their store. An activity to do and learning at the same time. Great for those days when outside weather says you need indoor activities for the kids.
Lauralee Hensley

mrsshukra said...

The National Geographic Bingham globe is a good one!

Anonymous said...

I like the cool animals, ocean animals and safari animals sticker books
Merry

Anonymous said...

I like the cool animals, ocean animals and safari animals sticker books
Merry

Shelly Leatham said...

They have Geno DNA kits which make great gifts!!

Isaiahsmom said...

I like the Animal Holiday DVD for my kids to see.

Isaiahsmom said...

I like the Home Alone game from the gift guide. We love Home Alone. I didn't know they had a game. This will be on my list for Christmas.

PhyllisGee said...

National Geographic Nicollet Illuminated Globe is enlightenin and also a good night light.

Ken Ohl said...

love the National Geographic Vintage Yellow T Shirt

Darlene said...

I also like the National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs

bison61 said...

I would like the World's Weirdest DVD-R

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Seyma Bennett Shabbir said...

I did not realize they sold so many products. I love the backpacks like Eagle Creek Utility Backpack 40L !

Jeremy said...

Like the animal holiday dvd.

Marilyn said...

I would like to get the National Geographic Rock Tumbler for my granddaughter.

Marilyn said...

The Razor Scooter would be a terrific gift for my youngest son -- he would have lots of fun running around on this.

AMY said...

I like the National Geographic Kingsley Globe.

Kristyn Martin said...

I like the National Geographic Globe S'well Bottle - Light Blue.

Terra Heck said...

I like the Benjamin Franklin's Wise Words book. Thanks.
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Heather! said...

I love maps, so I would really love the World Classic Mural Map! I only need to find a wall big enough for it....;)

Eloise Carlson said...

Even though it's not out yet, I love the Daily Gratitude-365 Days of Reflection book. Sounds amazing and something that I would really enjoy. Thanks so very much for the chance!

Terri said...

I think their Geno 2.0 DNA Kit is amazing.

kellyr78 said...

I think the The Photo Ark book is amazing.

Daniel M said...

National Geographic Kingsley Globe

Leela said...

National Geographic Kids Why?: Over 1,111 Answers to Everything.

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