National Geographic Kids books
In Celebration of International Dinosaur Day (really? Who Knew?) on May 16th
— and all month long!! — with DinoMAYnia, presented by National Geographic Kids
Yes another great National Geographic Giveaway is open until June 18
Open to US & CANADA entrants!
Hosted By: Love, Mrs. Mommy
The winner Will Receive:
A 6-book DinoMAYnia Prize Pack from National Geographic Kids Books
How to Survive in the Age of Dinosaurs (paperback, ages 8-12, $9.99) —
The National Geographic Kids Dinosaur Atlas (
hardcover, ages 7-10, $24.99) takes readers on a tour of every dinosaur-inhabited continent, from Pangea to the modern day, revealing which creatures lived there, what their habitats were like and where dinosaur bones are being found today.“Unusually well organized, with plenty of appeal for both casual and confirmed dinophiles” — KirkusSpecial sections introducing the dinosaur family tree, a prehistoric era timeline, the geography of the prehistoric globe, what happened to the dinosaurs, and a dinosaur dictionary (with phonetic pronunciations) are also included. Readers will find inspiration from profiles of diverse paleontologists from around the world. The oversized hardcover format showcases stunning, full-color dinosaur illustrations on every page and the custom-made, kid-friendly maps were created by National Geographic’s legendary cartography and exploration experts.Vetted and curated by Dr. Steve Brusatte — a paleontologist on faculty at the School of Geosciences at the University of Edinburg, a Ph.D. recipient from Columbia University, and the science consultant for the Jurassic World franchise — this atlas contains the most detailed and accurate information not only about dino “fan favorites” but also about the most recent dinosaur discoveries from less explored dig sites around the world.
National Geographic Kids booksLittle Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs (hardcover, ages 4-8, 128 pages, $14.95) – A #1 best seller on Amazon! The prehistoric world comes alive with dinosaurs small, big, giant, and gigantic, with stunning illustrations. Bursting with fun facts and age-appropriate information, each spread features a different dinosaur, along with simple text in a big type that is perfect for little kids. Young dino fans will love the interactivity included in every chapter, and parents will appreciate tips to help carry readers’ experience beyond the page.
Weird But True! Dinosaurs (
paperback, ages 8-12, 208 pages, $8.99) – 300 dino-mite facts to sink your teeth into! Perfectly sized for backseat boredom-busting, this addition to the wildly popular WBT series is taking on the jaws and claws that ruled the Mesozoic world. Calling all dino dynamos! Did you know that the T. rex had a vision 13 times better than the average human? Or that people collect fossilized dino poop? And get this: There’s a dinosaur named after Hogwarts–Harry Potter’s wizarding school! Get ready to meet dinosaurs with horns and feathers, razor-sharp claws, and gigantic teeth. You’ll encounter the places they lived, the bizarre art they inspired, and the amazing paleontologists who discovered them.
You Can Be a Paleontologist! with Dr. Scott (hardcover, ages 4-8, $16.99) – Ever wondered how to find a dinosaur? Paleontologis
t Dr. Scott Sampson, host of Dinosaur Train on PBS Kids, tells kids how! How do paleontologists find dinosaur bones? How do they know what dinosaurs ate or looked like? And what is paleontology, anyway? Dr. Scott tackles all these questions and more while inspiring kids to go out and make the next big dino discovery!
National Geographic Reader: Dinosaurs (Paperback, ages 3-6. $4.50) Perfect for parents and kids to read together. Learn all about the giants that once roamed the Earth—maybe even as close as their backyard! National Geographic Readers’ combination of expert-vetted text, brilliant images, and a fun approach to reading has proved to be a winning formula for kids, parents, and educators. This level 1 text provides accessible information for kids just beginning to read on their own, perfect to encourage the scientists and explorers of tomorrow.