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Friday, May 8, 2015

Win Your National Geographic Kids Summer Boredom Busters!


I never ever pass up an opportunity to review National Geographic Kids items. My oldest son is fascinated with any and all Nat Geo, and that has been passed on to my toddler son. As a matter of a fact, he refuses to read any other books except his big brothers National Geographic Kids. I was jsut asked to review five new titles and I was just thrilled.


NG Readers: Lions --  Part of the National Geographic Readers series, this level one
reader ($3.99) is perfect for those just starting to read.   Joining the many dozens of titles in this series, Lions, featues beautiful photos of lions and cubs accompanying simple but informative text, fun facts and jokes to make kids ROAR with laughter:). 



Chapters: Kangaroo to the Rescue! -- This chapter book series picks up where the Readers series leaves off.  This title ($5.99) features three incredible true stories of animal heroics, including Lulu the kangaroo, two dogs named Maggie and Pilot and three amazing pigs, each a hero in its own way.



Look & Learn: Bears -- Developed in association with child education experts, the newest addition ($6.99) to the Look & Learn board book series features bears of every variety and introduces concepts with context reinforcement so learning sticks.



Everything Birds of Prey -- The Everything series is perfect for kids ages 8-12.  In Everything Birds of Prey ($12.99) readers can swoop in for seriously fierce photos and amazing info on some of the fastest and largest flying animals in the world.



Ponies & Horses Sticker Activity Book  -- Packed with mazes, spelling and pattern games, drawing activities and more, this title ($12.99) is perfect for the horse-obsessed and a terrific boredom buster!  
Both of my sons and I have spent so much time reading all of these books! My older son has really enjoyed the activity book on school days when he is not allowed on his electronics, and my toddler especially love the Everything Birds of Prey, because birds are proving to be his favorite animal at two years old. I particularly love that the Look and Learn Bears book is a board book and more appropriate for my toddler son, and I do not have to worry about him tearing the pages or being too rough with it.

If you value education and love offering educational materials for your child in a FUN way, then I highly recommend Nat Geo Kids and any of the above titles! They are fun, and offer colorful, bright pictures to keep your little one interested. We even have a subscription to the magazine and love when one comes in the mail! You just cannot go wrong with Nat Geo and Nat Geo Kids! National Geographic Kids has developed an amazing Super Reader site to complement their Readers series.  It has prizes to reward their reading effort, printable posters to help track their progress, activities, quizzes, games and ALOT more.  Visit the site:  kids.nationalgeographic.com/superreaders.

Win It: One lucky winner will receive all of the above titles! 
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  • Retail value: $46
  • One Entry Per Household
  • Chances of winning depend on entries received.
  • Open to US residents 18 years and older
  • All entries will be verified
  • Winner has 48 hours to reply or another winner will be selected

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    GIVEAWAY DISCLOSURE: Disclosure: The above item was received in order to facilitate review. I have not been compensated for this post. Top Notch Material blog will always provide honest opinions, beliefs or experiences on products reviewed. We will only recommend products or services that we feel are of benefit to our readers. Top Notch Material is not responsible for prize fulfillment; sponsor will be responsible for prize fulfillment. This event is in no way associated with, sponsored, administered, or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or any other social media network. If you have any questions, please contact me at nursemommypaige at yahoo dot com. The disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. 


39 comments:

  1. My grandson would also like to read National Geographic Readers: Sharks! .

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  2. The "National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Who" book would be great for my nieces!

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  3. My granddaughter has a new cat. I am sure she'd love the book about How to Speak to Cats.

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  4. My kids (especially my daughter) would love the book How to Speak Cat.

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  5. There are quite a few books that my granddaughters and I would love to read including - Weird but True Food #6301871, and Always Inventing series #6302217 and That's Sneaky - 6301783, that is just to name a few,

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  6. untamed. ellen schull

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  7. Several books look good. Would like Ultimate Bodypedia, Treasury of Egyptian Mythology, Why'd They Wear That?.

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  8. My kids would love the Everything Dinosaurs book.

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  9. I think my kids would really like Xtreme Illusions 2.

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  10. samantha wagnerSunday, May 10, 2015

    The 1,000 facts about the Bible sounds cool!

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  11. My granddaughter would love this

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  12. Thanks for this review! Nat Geo has been a family favorite of our for decades! ;)

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  13. I'd love to have the 1,000 Facts About the Bible book.

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  14. I'd like the Always Inventing book!

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  15. My twins would like the Everything Dinosaurs book!

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  16. Everything Dinosaurs book.Reply

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  17. My daughter would love to read National Geographic Readers: Storms!

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  18. Xtreme Illusions 2 would be something all my kids would enjoy. thank you

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  19. The Student World Atlas! I've been building a little library full of educational books like these for my daughter!

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  20. National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Who, my son would love it!

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  21. My son would LOVE Just Joking Animal Riddles!

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  22. Any of the 'Extreme Illusions' or 'Myths Busted' books would be popular here.

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  23. My kids would also like "Treasury of Egyptian Mythology" and "5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything)."

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  24. My kids love the Weird But True books. They're a lot of fun!

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  25. My grandson loves bugs so I would love the National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Bugs

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  26. I bet my nephews would love Dirtmeister's Nitty Gritty Planet Earth & my niece would love the history type books, like the Egyptian Mythology book.

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  27. I also entered the G. H. Cretor's Popcorn Giveaway.

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  28. The treasury of Egyptology

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  29. National Geographic Kids Mission: Sea Turtle Rescue

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  30. I'd love to have their National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Who. Such a great read with my grandson. It's at the perfect age for him & it would spark good conversation. Thank-you!!

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  31. I'd like to get the National Geographic 1,000 Facts About The Bible. Thank you for the chance :)

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  32. I entered the 24 Single Serve Chicago Mix Popcorn giveaway.

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  33. National Geographic Our Fifty States

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  34. I would like the Kids' Almanac.

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  35. I'd also like the Weird But True! Food book.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  36. I would love to win Everything Ancient Egypt

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  37. My son would like the Why'd They Wear That? book.

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  38. My daughter would like Just Joking Animal Riddles.

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