The National Geographic Kids Almanac 2015, a New York Times Best Seller – is a hit in my home. When it arrived as a review and giveaway item from my partnership with National Geographic Kids as an Insider, I set it on the kitchen counter where my son eats and didn’t say a word. I wondered how long it would take him to notice the book.
It wasn’t very long, maybe a matter of minutes! I caught him reading it but he never looked up at me. He didn’t say a word or notice I was even in the kitchen. He was entranced. I can understand why with the over 500 fun facts, games and digital photographs. Each page is captivating.
The National Geographic Kids Almanac 2015 has gone with my son to day camp, overnight camp, to his cousins, to his friends with him to share and he’s even read it to our dog, Ellie. Surprisingly it doesn’t look beat up with all the sharing and page turning! This is one book that as a mother and educator I can truly stand behind. After all, who doesn’t want their child exploring maps, learning facts about dinosaurs and taking fun quizzes and learning while having fun? It’s easily a book you can leave on the coffee table and pick up a week later to learn again something new.
Win a Copy of the National Geographic Kids Almanac 2015 – Giveaway has ENDED (winner announced in comments below)
It’s super easy to enter because I hate complicated giveaways on blogs. I’ll choose one lucky winner on Friday, August 8th at 12 pm EST. To enter you must leave me a comment telling me why you’d love to win a copy of the National Geographic Kids Almanac 2015. Who will you give it to? Will it help you’re student in school? You must also be 18 years older and a U.S. resident. National Geographic Kids will be sending the winner a copy.
Two entries possible!! So good luck and I promise if you win you won’t be disappointed. If you don’t win make sure you pick up a copy or TWO! I’m grabbing few for birthday and holiday gifts because they’ll delight kids of all ages and it’s something I know they’ll enjoy. All net proceeds support vital exploration, conservation, research, and education programs.
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