I am celebrating Earth Day (April 22) by giving away SEVEN Nat Geo Kids books!
National Geographic is a trusted name in education, and I am proud to say our home library has held many Nat Geo Kids titles over the years.
With Earth Day on its way, I was excited to get the opportunity to share some incredible Nat Geo Kids’ animal-, environmental-, and sustainable-themed books.
Seven lucky winners will each receive one of seven books from Nat Geo Kids!*
I will feature a different Nat Geo Kids book each day on my Instagram and Facebook pages. To enter for your chance to win, all you have to do is like the post and comment with the book-related prompt. You can do so on either platform. If you are selected for one book, you are not eligible to receive the others. Winners will be notified at the end of April.
Read on for a full list of titles along with a description of each book. All titles are available for purchase on Amazon or wherever you prefer to buy books.
100 Ways To Make The World Better!
Suitable for middle-grade readers, 100 Ways offers inspirational ideas, expert interviews, and doable activities that encourage kids to take an active role in caring for our planet.
Hey, Baby! A Collection of Pictures, Poems and Stories from Nature’s Nursery
Kids (and adults) of all ages will love this collection of adorable photos of baby animals accompanied by poems, folktales, and rescue stories. Sure to nurture a love for animals and nature from an early age, this book is a great addition to any starter home library.
Destiny Finds Her Way: How a Rescued Baby Sloth Learned to Be Wild
Preschoolers and early-elementary-age kids will be fascinated by the true story of Destiny, a motherless baby sloth, sightless in one eye, who was rescued in the Costa Rican rain forest. Along with sharing Destiny’s amazing tale, the book teaches kids all about sloths, including how they are particularly vulnerable to deforestation.
Go Wild! Lions
Early readers will adore this book that is all about lions. Aside from learning about lion habitats, diet, and how these big cats communicate, kids will find out why lions need our help and what humans are doing to protect them.
National Geographic Reader: Plants Level 1 Co-Reader
Intended for adults to read along with their child, this book is the perfect way for new readers to practice their skills while learning about the incredible world of plants.
This Book Stinks!
Has your child ever asked you what happens to the garbage after its picked up on trash day? If so, This Book Stinks! is the perfect way to teach them about landfills, recycling, and how they can do their part to reduce waste.
Water! Why Every Drop Counts and How You Can Start Making Waves to Protect it
Water conservation is vital for our planet’s health. Water! is an excellent book for middle-grade readers interested in learning the science behind water and the challenge of making clean drinking water available to everyone.
*Offer available to residents of the U.S. and Canada only. Winners chosen at random, limit one book per entry.
I have not been compensated for this post and all views expressed are my own. Partnership entails working with a PR firm representing National Geographic Kids books, who will be responsible for mailing books to the winners.