Something To Read This Holiday From National Geographic Kids!

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With the holidays right around the corner, I've noticed that many parents are opting for a minimalist approach when it comes to gifts this year. The method of four is trending as parents hope to teach their kids the holidays aren't just about the things you get but about living a simple and deep life. If you haven't heard about the method of four the concept is simple you give your children something they want, something they need, something to play with, and Something To Read! If you're looking for books to help you cover the something to read for your child then let me introduce you to some new titles from National Geographic Kids that will work well for young readers in your family!

Nerd A to Z: Your Reference to Literally Figuratively Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know 
This super stuffed alphabetical compendium of must-know facts from science, pop culture, history, and more is perfect for kids who already know the names of every single dinosaur or want to understand exactly how the Millennium Falcon works. It's a book for grammar gurus, science snobs, music geeks, and history buffs. In short, it's a book for nerds. Inside, you'll find browsable, info-packed blurbs that'll give you the lowdown on everything from augmented reality to zydeco, with larger features that dive deep into fascinating topics like UFOs, pirates, artificial intelligence, and daring circus acts. And you'll hear from the world's most notable (and quotable) Nerds of Note from history and today.
The Book of Bling: Ritzy Rocks, Extravagant Animals, Sparkling Science and More!
From upscale splurges to flashy fun in nature, this treasure trove is filled with wonders that will dazzle and delight. Read about how nature struts its stuff with tantalizing tidbits about animals, including a few that literally glitter with iridescence to confuse predators. Or maybe you'll strike it rich after reading about Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas, U.S.A., where anyone can go hunt for sparkling gems. Dig into info about the world's mysterious minerals, gorgeous geodes, and ritzy rocks. Discover extravagant expenditures like Canada's million-dollar solid gold coin. Learn all about the splendid science of diamonds that rain from the sky in space. Get the secret behind glowing bioluminescence. And go back in time to uncover palatial palaces, the riches of royalty, and other ancient treasures.  To show off the lush content in proper fashion, readers will be dazzled by hundreds of fun flashy photos throughout.
Treasury of Bible Stories written by Donna Jo Napoli, illustrated by Christina Balit 
Noah's Ark, Moses, David and Goliath, the ten plagues, Daniel and the lions' den, Jonah and the giant fish, and many more of the Bible's most powerful stories — 27 in all — are compellingly retold in this beautifully illustrated treasury. Readers will be fascinated by the ancient people and events they encounter, surprised by some of the lesser-known accounts revealed, and inspired by the lessons these tales impart. Stories cover important ground beyond religion, such as culture, history, and geography, and they touch on issues that remain relevant today--faith, loyalty, kindness, violence, generosity, greed, jealousy, and more. These accessible, readable stories give kids a rich picture of biblical times, which encourages them to think about our role in the world and to learn more.
Dream Journal by Dr. Allan Peterkin 
This stocking stuffer is what dreams are made of — literally!  Professor of Psychiatry Dr.Allan Peterkin helps readers uncover the power of their dreams and better understand the science of sleep. With lively text, vibrant imagery, and plenty of space for writing, it's the perfect tool to help kids remember, record, and reflect on their nighttime adventures.  Catching Z's has never been so much fun!
Brain Candy: Seriously Sweet Facts to Satisfy Your Curiosity  
This offbeat, "stocking-sized" book is like a sweet treat that will satisfy any reader's fun fact cravings. Cranium “cavities” will be filled to the brim with 500 fascinating knowledge nuggets about numbers, fun facts, and cool trivia on all kinds of topics.  With features that dive into why potatoes and tomatoes are a dynamic duo, amazing animal tongues and how they are used to ”lick” their competition and dental care through the ages, Brain Candy is a tasty approach to feeding kids tantalizing tidbits about the world.

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One lucky entrant selected by the entry form will receive the National Geographic Kid's Book Prize Package! Open to entrants in the US and Canada, 18 years and older. Void Where Prohibited. No purchase necessary. Open for entry from 11/16/19-11/29/19 at 11:59 pm EST. The winner will have 24 hours to respond to the notification email to claim this prize or a new winner will be selected. The Mommy Island is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

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  1. I am most excited about brain candy book

  2. The Big Book of Bling would be my first pick.

  3. We love National Geographic here. We learn so much. I am most excited for the Brain Candy one.

  4. "Which title are you most excited about?" "The Big Book Book Of Bling" looks like fun!

  5. The kids would be most excited about Brain Candy :)

  6. I think Nerd would be a fun book

  7. I love the dream journal! these are all so fun

  8. im most excited for the dream journal :)

  9. Brain candy sounds good!


  10. I am most excited about the dream journal.

  11. I'm most excited about the book of bling.

  12. Bible Stories is very exciting and I know the children will enjoy any one of these.


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