National Geographic Kids Books #momsmeet

My family loves animals! We have a hobby farm full of alpacas, chickens, goats, sheep, a horse and more. Even before that my children have always gravitated towards animals. Not just the cute furry ones either. Lizards, snakes and turtles have been part of our lives over the years too. It is great seeing my children loving animals, helping them and empathizing with them. Their interests in learning about different animals and learning about where they are from and what they need to survive is incredible!

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When the opportunity to check out the National Geographic kids books came up I jumped on it! I knew my kids would love to read about the cute, the funny and the super interesting. Fun facts and strange stories involving animals is great to read.

The books arrived with a super cute stuffy and nice bag. The books are great quality with bright clear pictures. It is the 10th Anniversary of the original Weird But True! series, featuring 10 volumes of Weird But True! content, recently updated and available to purchase at natgeokids.com/wbtbooks

Listening to my daughter reading out random facts about animals was beyond cute!

Contest Alert

Kids ages 6–14 are invited to enter the Weird But True! Canada contest to submit their own verifiably weird facts about their hometown, province, or country at natgeokids.com/wbtcanada through March 1, 2019.

As a Canadian I am loving learning about our nations history and sometimes surprising facts.

National Geographic Kids inspires young adventurers to explore the world through its award-winning books, magazines, website, television series, apps, games, and events. It is a leader in children’s nonfiction and the only major kids brand with a world-class scientific organization at its core.
Just the facts
• Weird But True! Canada celebrates what’s wonderful and wacky about this amazing country, with fun and fascinating facts, stats, tidbits, and trivia that are all weird, but true!
• Want weird? Look north! Weird But True! Canada is the first country-specific Weird But True! book.
• 10th anniversary: The original Weird But True! book series hits 10 in 2018! To celebrate this milestone, the 1–10 series has been totally updated with new blingy covers and 50 more facts to appeal to a whole new generation of young readers.
• Everyone’s invited to enter the Weird But True! Canada Contest: Got a weird fact about your hometown, province, or country? Share by March 1, 2019 at natgeokids.com/wbtcanada.
• Something weird for everyone: There are now more than 25 total books in the Weird But True! product line.
• Crowd pleasers: Weird But True! books are a great way to encourage curiosity and engage kids, including reluctant readers.
• Unplugged fun: Weird But True! books are an ideal activity when parents want kids to get off the iPads and phone screens, and are so entertaining that kids won’t even know they’re learning.
• Kids love Weird But True!: It has been the most popular department in National Geographic Kids magazine since its inception.
• Giving back: A portion of all book purchases help support National Geographic’s exploration, conservation, research, and education projects.
• Weird But True! Canada generally retails for $7.99 in the United States and $10.99 in Canada.

Where to purchase
National Geographic Kids Weird But True! Canada is available to purchase at Indigo, Barnes & Noble, independent bookstores, Target, Walmart, Amazon, and wherever books are sold.

I am looking forward to continuing to read these books with my daughter and learning something along the way.

 

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