3 National Geographic Kids Books To Collect

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We’re excited to partner with National Geographic Kids as Brand Ambassadors for the next few months. The Princess Fairy wanted to be a contributor give kid’s perspective. This is her first post in this series!

Hi, I like to be called Cheetah because I love cheetahs but you may know me as The Princess Fairy. My brother and I got some books from National Geographic Kids and I’d love to tell you about them and why I really like them. I like to read to my dolls, my brother and to my mom.

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1.  How Things WorkUnplugged, Unraveled, and Revealed

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How Things Work is my favorite because you learn cool things like why people don’t fall off roller coasters. I’ve never been on a roller coaster before because I am too small but my dad went on them and he had fun.

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Mom Tip: There are experiments in the book that you can do with your children.

2. Weird But True 8

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I like the Weird But True 8 book because it teaches me about things that I didn’t know. I was surprised when I found out a brown bat can eat 1,000 mosquitos in an hour and that octopus has blue blood. I never knew that blood came in different colors. I also like to listen to the Weird But True radio show on Kids Place Live. It’s the same types of things that I read in my book. I think other kids would like this book because they would learn about new things that are really cool that they can tell their friends and teachers.

3. Ultimate Oceanpedia

I like this book because I learned more about my favorite turtle, the Leatherback Turtle. I like to watch videos of the Leatherback Turtles with my mom. They go to Grenada, where my mom grew up to lay their eggs. They are very big and can swim in really cold water but their muscles make them feel warm. I have muscles but they don’t make me feel really warm so the Leatherback Turtles are really lucky. My brother and I like to discover new animals that live in the ocean with my mom when we read this book.

Have you read any of these books?

 

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