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Valentine’s Day has always been special for me. I like to carry that feeling to the younger generation by giving them small but meaningful gifts that not only educate but expand their minds. I was thrilled when the review opportunity presented itself to review the National Geographic Kids Books which included: We Love Babies! (ages 2-5), Turn it Up!: A Pitch-Perfect History of Music that Rocked the World (ages 8-12) and 1,000 Facts About Dinosaurs, Fossils and Prehistoric Life (ages 8-12).
About The National Geographic Kids Books~
1) We Love Babies! (ages 2-5, National Geographic Kids Books, Hardcover, $17.99)
Love + adorable baby animals = a MUST for Valentine’s Day and baby shower gift giving. This hilarious picture book with rollicking, rhyming text reads like a crowd-pleasing call, pumping up readers’ excitement for the cutest baby animals ever. Illustrated with lively National Geographic photography, We Love Babies! presents furred, feathered, and finned baby animals of all shapes and sizes, celebrating their glorious diversity, from “paws and claws and little flippers” to “feet that look like fuzzy slippers!”. Whimsical cartoon cheerleaders add to the fun, popping up throughout the book to lead fans in the irresistible refrain: “We love babies, yes we do, we love babies, how about you?”
2) Turn it Up!: A Pitch-Perfect History of Music that Rocked the World (ages 8-12, National Geographic Kids Books, Hardcover, $19.99)
Rock On! The high notes and biggest moments in music history are covered in this big, bright, hardcover- from Bach to the Beatles to Beyonce, and beyond. Many major music genres are playfully explained, from tribal, classical, jazz, folk, opera, rock … all the way to today’s modern forms, such as k-pop, hip-hop, and rap. Instruments and sounds are explored, along with places and events in history that inspired the evolution of music. Kids will also get a sense of music theory, instrumentation, and the artistry of distinctive musical styles. Song recommendations help readers open their ears to what they’ve learned and a rockin’ glossary of musical terms as well as a timeline that plots each genre on its path from ancient history to today make this book one that is bound to top the charts.
3) 1,000 Facts About Dinosaurs, Fossils and Prehistoric Life (ages 8-12, National Geographic Kids Books, Hardcover, $14.99)
T. rex, triceratops, pterosaurs, saber-toothed cats! This eye-catching, comprehensive, and “browsable” title is jam-packed with 1,000 fascinating facts about what these prehistoric creatures looked like, how they lived, and the evidence they left behind. Uncover amazing fossil facts about the first four-legged creatures; find out what it’s like to be on a dinosaur dig; and marvel at some of the fiercest, most fascinating claws and teeth. Learn how dinosaurs and birds are connected, find out the biggest prehistoric mysteries that scientists are still trying to crack, and sink your teeth into some seriously supersize dino stats.
The National Geographic Kids Books have made such a difference in my household. My older kids have read all 3 books and even read books 2 and 3 to my younger kids. They have been taking care of each other which puts a smile in my heart. I even read my youngest book and I loved everything about it. Everyone in my house loves anything National Geographic. My kids were over the moon to find that there is a Kids National Geographic just for them. They could have not been happier. As a Mom, I could not have been happier to have them fall in love with something that is educational for them.
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