Give the Gift of National Geographic Kids

  • Did you know that kids grow faster in the springtime?
  • Did you know that scientists have discovered how to unboil and egg?
  • Also did you know that pumpkins almost went extinct?

These are just a few example of the cool and interesting facts found in 3 National Geographic Kids books. All three of these books have been devoured by my kids since they received copies. After all, things like this is fascinating. They love sharing what they’ve learned from these books to others, proud to know things that most people don’t! 

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2017

National Geographic Kids teaches kids about the world and how it works, empowering them to succeed and make it a better place. It is the only kids brand with a scientific, education, and conservation organization at its core.

 Weird but True 8

National Geographic Kids is the #1 publisher of nonfiction books for kids, producing more than 100 titles per year. From board books to levelled readers to almanacs to our wildly popular Weird but True series, they’ve got books for every young reader on your list.





Big, Gifty & Glitzy: 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3

Find fascinating knowledge nuggets on all kinds of cool topics, from bubble gum and ice cream to the outer space and the North Pole! This book offers hours of unplugged fun for curious kids who love to be the trivia expert in the family. (Ages 8-12)



Best Gift Book for the New Year: National Geographic Kids Almanac 2017

Get inspired for the year ahead with the most popular kids’ almanac on the planet! It features 350+ pages of incredible photos, fun facts, news, activities, and features about animals, science, exploration, technology, culture, and more. (Ages 8-12)



Something a Little Weird: Weird but True 8

Kids love Weird But True! The latest, greatest in this endlessly fascinating series – now with more than 20 titles — is full of 300 all-new wild and wacky facts and pictures. (Ages 8-12)


All three of these title would make excellent holiday gifts. Not only are they fun to read {I fully admit to diving into them myself from time to time}, but there’s so much education within these fun books as well. I also like that the ages mean that multiple kids can value this book – it’s not often that my youngest daughters and my oldest reach for the same books.


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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, all opinions are my own.



  1. My kids love National Geographic Kids books, they are fascinated by all the different countries and animals in the world.

  2. I would add these to my classroom library! What a treat for the kids when they return in the new year.

  3. My two boys would love these books!!! No book at bedtime is the harshest punishment in our house 🙂 Thanks for the chance!

  4. My son loves these books, he’s a science kids and is always asking why so this is a great way to get him to read.

  5. my son is an avid reader and loves to learn facts so this would be perfect for him!

  6. My daughter would love this..she can spend hours going over national geographic magazines. I can only imagine how much she would love this book.

  7. My nephew would really enjoy these, he is at the age when he wants to know everything.

  8. Because you learn so much about things going on in other countries. The stories keep everyone’s attention reading them.

  9. My twin six year old girls would love this book! It will answer many WHY questions! Thanks so much for this great giveaway!

  10. My tween would love these books. He’s not too keen on reading novels but loves non-fiction.

  11. My 8yr old son would love them very much. He loves reading interesting and weird facts

  12. My son would love these books, I can see being followed around with the 5000 facts book hearing “did you know”.

  13. Both of my kids absolutely love National Geographic Kids books! We are always looking for them at the library. Love that they love these books so much! Thanks so much for the chance! 🙂

  14. My daughter would really enjoy these! She reads a lot of weird facts books about interesting things in the world!

  15. My granddaughter would love these, she’s turning into a bookaholic just like her grandma 🙂

  16. My son would love these books – he is loves reading National Geographic! He really enjoys reading about nature and science.

  17. My nephews would love these books! I’m always looking for fun and educational gifts for them.

  18. Any of my 3 boys would, I actually sit and read national geographic kids magazine with my 5 year old.

  19. So. Before I tell you which of the kidlets in my life would like these (hint – they are human), I guess I need to watch more NatGeo (I mean, more than their cat documentaries), because you had me at post opening:

    Did you know that kids grow faster in the springtime?
    Did you know that scientists have discovered how to unboil and egg? (WHAT??)
    Also did you know that pumpkins almost went extinct?

    Pretty awesome. Anyways, I have a very bright, very precocious niece who I know would LOVE these. She’s such a red smarty.

  20. I would love to gift these to my Grandson , he would really enjoy these books , thanks for the chance 🙂

  21. My daughter would love all these books – she’s a voracious reader! Books are amazing because they inspire people and conversation!

  22. My husband would love them I am sure(he loves quick read facts & trivia books) but probably for the kids!!

  23. My son is all about the non fiction national geographic magazines and books right now.

  24. My youngest granddaughter would love these books. She is always looking to read and learn something new.

  25. My daughters love National Geographic and anything to do with animals. They also love to read.

  26. Oh our little one would love these! He came home from school a couple weeks ago with an Almanac he checked out of the library. He has been having so much fun reading all the facts…and quizzing us. 🙂 I think he would really enjoy these

  27. My son loves this books and gets them from the library all the time. Would be great to win a set for him.

  28. My 7 year old daughter would love these these books! She loves reading and learning new things.

  29. My kids definitely would. They have a love of learning and aways want to know about the things I know nothing about!

  30. My 10 yoa niece, Imani, would be thrilled to have these books. Thanks.

  31. My eleven year old daughter would absolutely LOVE these books and it would be great for her to read to her two year old brother as I am sure he would be just as interested in them. 😀

  32. My darling grandson, Cameron Isenor, who loves the outdoors and going on woodsy adventures with his “Nannie”, would absolutely be thrilled to have these National Geographic books and I would love to be able to give them to him, as well as win the $100 Visa gift card to take him on an adventure.

  33. So much to learn from National Geographic, definitely support them! Would be lucky to win!

  34. This would be a perfect gift for my daughter and husband, they love reading books like these!

  35. Our entire family would love these books. Perfect for reading and exploring together!

  36. My daughter would love this!!! She loves getting the national geographic books on animals

  37. My son is crazy about Nat Geo! He gets the magazine subscriptions (Nat Geo Jr and the adult version) & watches Nat George wild every chance he gets! These books would be an amazing gift.

  38. My friends child or would donate to the library . They look like a great read for all.

  39. My grandson loves National Geographic Kids books, they have fascinating pictures and are very informative.

  40. Oh My Gosh, my lovely grandaughter would LOVE these books, she is such a big reader. Thanks for the lovely chance.

  41. My friends grandson doesn’tget a lot of gifts. He loves school and these would be great

  42. I think my nieces would love Weird But True, and they love anything to do with animals.

  43. I have some grand kids who would love these books – great and fun for learning!
    thank you

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