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National Geographic Kids Almanac 2015 Paperback – May 13, 2014
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"This bright and breezy almanac captures your attention with colorful illustrations and photographs...Kids—and their parents—will not be able to resist this fun and quirky look at our world." —Adrienne Antink of American Reference Books Annual
"But what sets this reference book apart from others is the publisher’s wealth of unparalleled, high-resolution photos and bevy of fun facts from around the world." - Booklist
"These bright, entertaining books crammed with history, geography, science, culture, and games are a big hit with the grade-school crowd. Intriguing mini-essays, such as “Secrets of the Spirit Bear” vie with quotable animal facts (“A sloth would take a month to travel a single mile”) and groovy graphics." - Chicago Tribune
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The world's best-selling almanac for kids is back! This New York Times bestseller is packed with incredible photos, tons of fun facts, crafts, activities, and fascinating articles about animals, science, nature, technology, and more. New features include a special section on cute animals; a "Fun and Games" chapter filled with all-new games, jokes, and comics; a redesigned continents of the world section; all new weird-but-true facts, crafts, and activities; updated reference material, and much more.
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I am a book lover myself. And I am always willing to put anything on a shelf that encourages reading and imagination or discovery. The kids love finding fun facts and presenting them to us. It's fun for them to know something mom and dad didn't know. :-)
The quality of the book is very good, everything you can expect from National Geographic is there: interesting facts, discussion on issues kids crave about, biology, science, math, social studies, etc. This is a very good way to encourage kids to learn without having to go through a formal textbook. And construction is sturdy enough to withstand the treatment from a typical kid
Highly recommended, cannot go wrong with it