Ages 8-12 - Grades 3-7
Now newer generations of readers have not only the traditional National Geographic Magazines, but children's magazines and also a plethora of wonderful publications. One of these is the annual National Geographic Kids Almanac.
In many places "summer" began with the last school day in May and the excitement of free-from-study, sleep in late, and trips and swimming are filling the minds of young people. But parents should be cautious that their children don't experience the "summer slide" or "summer slump" where their mind basically goes on hold. With National Geographic's Children's Books they can be pleasantly stimulated mentally and find wonders that are absolutely fascinating.
Any home with kids ages 8-12 needs this book! I am so very impressed with the quantity and quality of material in it. It is simply fascinating. It will provide hours (actually weeks!) of "edutainment." It will educate, entertain, and enthrall.
The fun and games section is simply packed with activities for kids. Well, that is if the kids can get it out of the hands of Mom and Dad.
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DISCLOSURE: A complimentary copy was provided by Media Masters Publicity on behalf of National Geographic Kids to facilitate this review. Opinions are my own. I was not compensated. Winner's copy is also provided by National Geographic and will be shipped directly to the winner by them.