National Geographic

Books that Came My Way in March 2021

A round-up of book that were added to my bookshelves in March including fiction, nonfiction, and children's books.
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Children’s Book Review: Space Encyclopedia by David A. Aguilar

All things outer space are collected in the book featuring amazing photography and illustrations, charts and graphic, information boxes, fun facts, and of course, fun space jokes.
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Children’s Book Review: The Coolest Stuff on Earth by Brenda Scott Royce

All the coolest stuff on earth packed into one book. Fun facts, trivia, and amazing photography will keep kids excited to read and learn.
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Children’s Book Review: Our Country’s Presidents by Ann Bausum

Biographies of all 46 Presidents written with fun facts and lots of photography to keep kids interested.
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Children’s Book Review: Brain Candy 2 by Kelly Hargrave

Bite-sized fun facts for kids on all kinds of topics including animals, space, food, and people.
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Children’s Book Review: Nerdlet Animals by T. J. Resler

Kids who love learning about all things animals will "nerd out" in this fun new book from National Geographic.
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Books that Came My Way in November 2020

My monthly roundup of all the books added to my shelves in November 2020 including fiction, nonfiction, and children's books.
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#NonFicNov – National Geographic Kids United States Atlas for Big and Little Kids

United States Atlases for beginners as well as middle-grade learners full of maps, facts, and great learning opportunities.
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#NonFicNov – Pounce and Fetch from National Geographic Children’s Books

Training cats and dogs can be fun for for the whole family and help teach patience, firmness, and kindness. Make kids part of the process with these books.
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#NonFicNov – National Geographic Kids Almanac 2021

National Geographic's Almanac 2021 for kids is full of fascinating facts and events worth remembering and learning about.
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Stacie's read-in-2021 book montage

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