WIN! Home Learning Essentials from National Geographic Kids Books

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As millions of kids embark on distance learning, what’s on the family bookshelf has never been more important.  This Fall, Nat Geo Kids Books debuts three reference titles that are home learning essentials, crafted by the experts at National Geographic.
National Geographic — known for its authoritative data, expert cartography, and beautiful photography — is the number one provider of atlases for people of all ages and also publishes the best selling kids almanac on the planet
  “No one does maps or atlases with as much panache and knowledge as National Geographic.”  – The Washington Post
Whether it’s for a full review or inclusion in an upcoming column about must-haves for the school year, I hope you’ll consider these three outstanding titles for coverage:

Beginner’s United States Atlas, Third Edition,(ages 7-10) The fully updated edition of this popular atlas introduces young readers to the wonders of all of America’s states and territories, with maps, fun facts, geographical features, and more. It’s accessible design showcases what’s unique about each state and territory and every profile starts with a colorful map and essay and includes capital cities; population; important land and water features; state birds, flowers, and flags. It’s all packaged in a bigger format, with a refreshed design, and bold, bright photos and illustrations.

United States Atlas Sixth Edition,(ages 8-12) Current, authoritative, and produced by the expert cartographers at National Geographic, this best-selling United States atlas is newly updated with all the latest info and is  packed with maps, stats, facts, and pictures. National Geographic‘s world-renowned cartographers have paired up with education experts to create maps of all 50 states, U.S. territories, and Washington, D.C., that pinpoint the physical features, capitals, and other towns and cities. Discover the latest data along with colorful photography of each state and the people who live there. Key points reflect the latest information about land and water, people, and places. Essays cover each region of the country while eight specially themed maps on nature, population, economy, energy, climate, and more delve deeper into key issues. State birds and state flags add to the high visual interest.
National Geographic Kids Almanac 2021 (ages 8-12) – The latest installment of the New York Times best-selling almanac is edutainment at its best.  With features like Homework Help and STEM related topics, and deep dives into history, geography and cultures from the world, combined with facts, crafts and activities, this is the go-to reference for both the school day and down time.This new edition also includes the  Almanac Challenge 2021 — which inspires kids to reduce their plastic waste and encourage others to do the same — and also highlights the winner of the 2020 Almanac Challenge.
One of you can win these books from National Geographic! Please feel free to enter to win via the RC Code below.
Ends Oct. 17, 2020, good luck.

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  1. I would give them to my little cousin!

  2. Kayla Klontz says

    I would give this to my son.

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  4. I would love it for my kids.

  5. Tammy Pereira says

    I would definitely share this with my grandson, Damien! I know he would get a kick out of these!

  6. would give to nephew!

  7. I would give this to my grandson.

  8. Fredrick Pauly says

    I would give it to my son Adam.

  9. Donna Clifford says

    My daughter

  10. I would give this to my son.

  11. I’d give it to my son. He would get a real kick out of it!

  12. I would give this to my daughter.

  13. My son will LOVE this 🙂

  14. Lori Walker says

    I’d give this to my nephew.

  15. Anne Higgins says

    Our grandchildren will benefit from this WONDERFUL prize.

  16. Crystle Tellerday says

    i would keep it for when my little cousin comes over

  17. I would give this to my daughter.

  18. I would give these to my twins.

  19. I will give this to the kids

  20. Debra Sluis says

    I have three little grand kids in mind. They love to be read to and to read themselves!

  21. I’ll add them to my 2 year old son’s library from when he gets a bit older!

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