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National Geographic Kids Holiday Gift Ideas: Book Giveaway

National Geographic Kids Holiday Gift Ideas: Book Giveaway

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This post is brought to you in partnership with National Geographic Kids. Prizing and samples were provided. Opinions are my own.

The holidays are right around the corner. One of my favorite gifts to give is books!! Each year my kids receive a “Something to Read” gift, as well as multiple books in their stocking. This year, I’m excited to give them books from National Geographic Kids. (And I know they’re going to LOVE them!!)


National  Geographic Kids is the #1 publisher of nonfiction books for kids, producing more than 100 titles per year. From board books to leveled readers to almanacs to their wildly popular Weird but True series, they’ve got books for every young reader on your list. With a goal of teaching young people about the world and how it works, National Geographic produces scientific, educational, and high-interest books for kids of all ages.

 I was able to preview three of their new titles, all of which are recommended for kids ages 8-12. Each of these books is high-interest, engaging, and presents TONS of information in a creative way. Kids will spend hours poring over the pages, taking in the beautiful images, facts, and captions. There is so much to learn and discover in the pages of these books.


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)


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)

The second annual Almanac Newsmaker Challenge invites kids create a time capsule for kids in 2050 that shows what life is like today. Just gather up to 10 “artifacts,” photograph it, and share it on My Shot, the Nat Geo Kids online photo community. Get the details at:


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)



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Learn more about these titles and even more terrific books from National Geographic Kids by visiting: is a book for every child on your list! Happy shopping!

One of my very lucky readers is going to win all three of these great books! Get those entries in and good luck!!

Happy Holidays from National Geographic Kids!

One (1) winner receives:

  • a copy of 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3
  • a copy of Weird but True 8
  • a copy of National Geographic Kids Almanac 2017


Giveaway open to US addresses only.

Prizing and samples provided by National Geographic Kids.
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  1. Weird But True sounds interesting.

  2. I love them all but I am most excited about the National Geographic Kids Almanac 2017
    Thank You for the chance

  3. I think Weird But True would be interesting to read.

  4. 5000 Awesome Facts sounds interesting.

  5. I think the 5,000 awesome facts (about everything) book looks the most interesting! I hope I win. I really think my kids would love it too!

  6. I think the 5,000 Awesome Facts book sounds the most interesting. I bet the adults are going to learn a few things as well!

  7. Oh these are all so neat! Our little one came home from scool with an older Almanac he had checked out at the library. He was glued to it reading all the facts and quizzing us. 🙂 He would really enjoy all of these, but I think his favorite would be the 2017 Almanac!

  8. 5000 awesome facts sounds interesting

  9. I think that the 5,000 amazing facts is the most interesting book to me!

  10. I’m most interested in ,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3

  11. The Weird but True looks really interesting.

  12. 5000 Awesome Facts looks like fun reading

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