Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Moms Meet and National Geographic.
How do you get your kids reading and loving it? You find books that interest them! It’s not always easy to find books that they are interested in AND you are interested in letting them read. Am I right? But when you start mentioning animals or weird stuff, you have their attention.
We had the chance to review some National Geographic books over the last month and it has been fabulous. Why? Because, I keep finding my boys curled up with one of the books reading or quizzing me on facts about animals or interesting things they have learned. I love this, even though I have failed many of the quiz’s they have thrown at me! That means that Mom is learning new things too.
Backed by the global resources and expertise of the National Geographic Society, National Geographic Kids Books are packed with kid-friendly features, photos, facts and fun inspired by their award-winning National Geographic Kids magazine.
Ultimate Weird But True 2
The world is a wacky place filled with the weirdest animals, freakiest foods, extremely odd sports, mind-ending inventions, and so much more. The funtastic facts and outrageous photos in this book prove that truth really is stranger than fiction.
This book was my little guys favorite, he reads and “study’s” it all the time. He has even taken it to school to share with his class. Reading about weird things that are actually true is right up his alley.
Where You Can Buy
You can find National Geographic books where ever books are sold. You can also order online at National Geographic and receive a 30% discount now through December 31, 2013. If you would like your order in time for Christmas be sure to order by December 6, 2013.
These would make great gifts for kids of all ages! Be sure to check them out! I know my boys will be getting a few more under the tree this year!