I received a sample from National Geographic for the sole purpose of this review
I have worked with National Geographic Kids a few times now and have always been pleased with the books we get. So when they asked me if I wanted to review 3 more, I of course said yes. And with my daughter's birthday coming up on the 9th, it was the perfect timing for an awesome birthday gift.
We got the What in The World?, World Atlas and 100 things to do before you grow up.The books are just awesome. Ideas, hints and tips for things that you can (and should!) do before you're too old to get away with it! Making a new friend of a different race/religion, apologizing to your friend and starting your own business are just a few of the fun things in this book. I know my daughter will love reading through this and in combination with the other 2 books I know her birthday will be filled with reading fun!
The Ultimate Globetrotting World Atlas is a Bold and Vibrant Atlas. Designed to show our child all about our world and it has vibrant pictures of things like wacky hotels and natural to man made wonders. It shows the different animals and people around the world too. A great learning tool for sure!
The What in the World? This is a version of I Spy and it's so much fun! Things like What's Wrong with this Picture, hidden pictures, and camouflaged animals. It's bound to entertain your kids for hours.
I know my daughter will be super indulged in these for the first couple days she gets them. And they're entertaining too and educational so she'll learn while having fun!
Price: 100 things is $9.99. What in the World $16.99.
*Disclaimer* I received an item directly from National Geographic in exchange for a review. I was not paid to try out these products*
A big thank you goes out to National Geographic for allowing me to review this product and for offering a giveaway