11/30/16

Giveaway! 6 Big, Bold, Beautiful Books from National Geographic Kids

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
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Merry Christmas Giveaway Hop
December 1-14, 2016

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I'm giving away
Six National Geographic Books
that kids (and adults) will love!
- ARV $120 -
Books make the best gifts! A thoughtfully selected book will hold a child's interest long after the new toys have been tossed aside, and books are also very budget-friendly. National Geographic Kids Books is featuring SIX new titles that are perfect for gift giving. They are big, bold, and beautiful hardcovers! They cater to book enthusiasts and reluctant readers alike! They are also fun, inspiring, AND educational (but don't tell your kids that last part!).
5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3 
(ages 8-12, $19.99) - Did you know that one-third of the earth is a desert, that beets are sometimes used to give red velvet cake its color, or that there are more caribou than people in Alaska? Well, that's only the beginning...5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3 features gross facts about toilets and edible insects, gravity-defying facts about things that fly, awesome new dino-discoveries, facts about newborn octopi, and how many oranges it takes to make one glass of OJ - just to name just a few! This book is the ultimate boredom buster and is perfect for curious kids who love to learn about the weird, wild and wacky!
Get it HERE!
Ultimate Oceanpedia 
(ages 7-10, $24.99) - Perfect for the ocean-obsessed, this book is the most complete ocean reference ever! Ultimate Oceanpedia is overflowing with amazing facts, photos, art, and diagrams that take the reader on a journey through the ocean. Whales, dolphins, porpoises, turtles, sharks, fish, crustaceans, sponges - from the weird to the wonderful - they are all featured in breathtaking photographs with easy to read captions. Wild weather, underwater exploration, and tips and pointers on how to help keep our oceans thriving round out this thick, keepsake volume.
Get it HERE!
Tales from the Arabian Nights: 
Stories of Adventure, Magic, Love and Betrayal
by Donna Jo Napoli - (ages 8-12, $24.99) - Do you have a child who loves magical stories about far away places? Classic stories and dazzling illustrations of princesses, kings, sailors, and genies come to life in a stunning retelling of the Arabian folk tales from One Thousand and One Nights and other collections, including those of Aladin, Sinbad the Sailor, and Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. In this beautiful, gift-worthy book, beloved author Donna Jo Napoli not only brings timeless tales of royalty, adventure, and love to life, but also includes sidebars that connect the stories to history, culture, and geography. A perfect storytime selection for bedtime or anytime. "A brilliant tapestry woven not of yarn but of stories, both fresh and faithful to its historical routes" - starred review, Kirkus.
Get it HERE!
The Book of Heroines 
(ages 8-12, $14.99) - In The Book of Heroines it's all about Girl Power! Looking for a leading lady? How about more than 100 of them? True stories of superstars, war heroes, world leaders, ladies in lab coats, and everyday people who all have two things in common - they were girls and they changed the world. From Michelle Obama, Jane Goodall, and Wonder Woman to Susan B. Anthony, Gloria Steinem, and Katie Ledecky, The Book of Heroines not only highlights how girls are just as tough as boys, but also challenges the reader to be a heroine herself and provides tips on how to unleash her inner heroine.
Get it HERE!
The Book of Heroes
(ages 8-12, $14.99) - The Book of Heroes highlights 100 guys who had the boldness, bravery, and brains to meet the challenges of their day. Featuring a very diverse array of amazing minds, heroes from history, sports stars and even action heroes - like Abraham Lincoln, Mark Zuckerberg, Stephen Hawking, and Steve Irwin - boys will be sure to find more than just a few role models in the pages of this book and also perhaps inspire them that they, too, are capable of extraordinary things.
Get it HERE!
How Things Work
(ages 7-10, $19.99) - Discover the secrets and science behind bounce houses, hovercraft, robotics, and everything in between in this book that provides both the quick answers AND complete explanations for all things high tech, low tech, and no tech (how DOES glue work?). Detailed diagrams, revealing photos, hands-on activities, and fascinating facts all help to demystify many common items - like how a microwave works, how an eraser makes pencil marks disappear, and how an iPad or tablet can do so much - and also delves into the more futuristic, but very real inventions like bionics, invisible cloaks, and tractor beams. "Tales from the Lab" and profiles of talented engineers, inventors, and scientists provide plenty of inspiration. How Things Work is perfect for the kid who thinks "just because" isn't a REAL answer.
Get it HERE!

Enter to win ALL 6 National Geographic Books!
One lucky winner will received these big, bold, beautiful books from National Geographic. To enter, just fill in the giveaway form below. Giveaway is open to US residents, ages 18 and up. Giveaway ends on 12/14/2016. Good luck!

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62 comments:

  1. I think she will like the Ocean one the best. I'm looking forward to reading them myself, though.

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  2. I think he would love the one about facts, 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3. I would love reading it with him.

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  3. My girl would love to read them all! But I think she'd pick up the 5,000 Awesome Facts book first.

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  4. Love the Heroine book. Looks great!

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  5. My son would love How Things Work.

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  6. My daughter would love the 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3 book, and my son would love the Ultimate Oceanpedia book! :) This is definitely an awesome collection, I love National Geographic!

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  7. My son would love the Ultimate Oceanpedia!! He loves anything and everything under the sea!! ;)

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  8. I think mine would enjoy How Things Work.

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  9. I would want to read the book about Peace Hero's the most, sounds like a good read.

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  10. My son is a bit too old, but I would put them in our Rural Book Club Box for other kids to read! :)

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  11. My daughter would love the 5000 awesome facts book.

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  12. I like their How Things Work book!

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  13. My grandson would love the 5,000 Awesome Facts

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  14. My daughter would like the 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3 book the most.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  15. I think the Ultimate Ocean-pedia would be a favorite.

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  16. I think they would read the 5,000 Awesome Facts. This sounds interesting to me also!

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  17. My daughter would like 5000 Awesome Facts

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  18. My son would love How Things Work!

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  19. They'd probably want to read all of them, but for my daughter, 5000 facts about everything!

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  20. my grandson would like the Ultimate Oceanpedia

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  21. My son would be thrilled with the How Things Work Book.

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  22. They would love the Tales from the Arabian Nights: They love to read!

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  23. I think he would enjoy the Oceanpedia!! He enjoys reading about water and how it reacts.

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  24. I think my son would most like to read the 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3.

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  25. My granddaughter would love them all, but I think she'd really like the Heroines.
    Sherry Compton
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  26. My son would like 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3

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  27. They would like the 5,000 Awesome Facts book. Awesome 😃

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  28. My daughter would love the Ultimate Oceanpedia book!

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  29. My son would like ultimate oceanpedia book.

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  30. She will love the 5,000 facts book. She love learning about different info.

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  31. I think my girls would most enjoy the 5,000 Awesome Facts the most!

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  32. I think the Tales from the Arabian Nights just sounds so adventurous to read to kiddos!

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  33. I think my granddaughter would enjoy the Book of Heroines the most

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  34. My niece would love the 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!)

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  35. i think my grandson would love the book how things work

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  36. Tales From the Arabian Nights would be especially appealing, but they all look great!

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  37. My son would love the How Things Work and 5000 Amazing Facts

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  38. I think the book 5000 Amazing Facts would be fun to read to my great niece and great nephew :)

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  39. My granddaughter would love the 5000 Awesome facts book.

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  40. My family would like How Things Work!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  41. My daughter would love Ultimate Oceanpedia! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  42. I would love to read Arabian Nights to my sons!

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  43. My kids would like the 5,000 Awesome Facts. They like interesting tidbits.

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  44. my daughter would love the book of heroines. she is very into real girl power!

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  45. I think he would like 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3. He is always asking so many questions and I don't know the answers.

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  46. All of these are great, but I think How Things Work is the favorite.

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  47. My grandson would love the How Things Work book.

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  48. Our family would enjoy reading the 5,000 Awesome Facts book the most.

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  49. I think my daughter would really love The Book of Heroines.
    ALONA Y.

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  50. While my grandson doesn't read yet, I know he would love to hear all the stories of Tales from the Arabian Nights:
    Stories of Adventure, Magic, Love and Betrayal

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  51. I think she'd most like The Book of Heroines. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  52. I like their How Things Work book!

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  53. My daughter would love How Things Work.

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  54. My son will love the ocean one the best! He loves fish an stuff

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  55. The How things work book!!!

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  56. Ultimate Oceanpedia

    My son LOVES the water and sea creatures!

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  57. The Ultimate Ocean-Pedia would be LOVED in this house! My youngest is a shark fanatic, my middle son loves all sea adventure stories, and my daughter plans on being an oceanic robotic designer.

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  58. I think my daughter would go for the 5,000 facts book first! So many different things in there!

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