Wednesday, September 9, 2020

National Geographics Kids' Atlases and Almanac 2021 #Giveaway #BTS2020

We just scored three awesome new installments of National Geographic Kids books! The Beginner's Atlas 2020, Third Edition:
The updated third edition of this popular atlas introduces young readers to the wonders of all of America's states and territories, with maps, fun facts, geographical features, and more. This fun, easy-to-use atlas takes kids on a journey around the U.S. to showcase what's unique about each state and territory. Every profile starts with a colorful map and a lively essay and includes capital cities; population; important land and water features; state birds, flowers, and flags; and more.
It's all packaged in a bigger format, with a refreshed design, and bold, bright photos and illustrations. Perfect for the little one to explore and soak in all the knowledge they can of these United States in this National Geographic Beginner's Atlas.
National Geographic - known for its authoritative data, expert cartography, and beautiful photography - is the number one provider of atlases for people of all ages. The National Geographic Kids U.S. Atlas 2020, 6th Edition is the current, authoritative, newly updated with all the latest info, and sure to be welcome in libraries, classrooms, and homes. Kids will have fun learning about each and every U.S. state in this amazing 6th edition atlas, packed with maps, stats, facts, and pictures.
We live at the southern end of the toothpick - Callan wanted me to point that out! Ha ha!
National Geographic's world-renowned cartographers have paired up with education experts to create maps of all 50 states, U.S. territories, and Washington, D.C., that pinpoint the physical features, capitals, and other towns and cities. Discover the latest data along with colorful photography of each state and the people who live there. Key points reflect the latest information about land and water, people, and places. Lively essays cover each region of the country. Eight specially themed maps on nature, population, economy, energy, climate, and more delve deeper into key issues. State birds and state flags add to the high visual interest. This is a great reference for home and school with all the basics kids need to know to succeed in middle school, high school, and beyond.
National Geographic Kids Almanac 2021, U.S. Edition:
The latest installment of the New York Times best-selling almanac features brand-new amazing animal stories, explorer profiles, and outrageous attractions that kids know and love, plus more of the incredible inventions, awesome games, and fresh challenges for curious kids who want to learn all about the world and everything that's in it! Kids can have fun keeping up with our rapidly changing planet with the world's best-selling almanac for kids, packed with incredible photos, tons of fun facts, crafts, activities, and fascinating features about animals, science, nature, technology, conservation, and more.
There's a whole chapter full of fun and games, including activities, jokes, and comics in this 2021 Almanac. Practical reference material, including fast facts and maps of every country, has been fully updated. Homework help on key topics is sprinkled throughout the book.
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  1. Ohio is known as the Buckeye State because of the buckeye trees commonly found throughout the Ohio River Valley

  2. With a 5 year old that reads being homeschooled, this would be amazing !!!

  3. Fun fact about California: it is the most populous state, with 1 out of 8 residents living here!

  4. A fun fact about PA is in 1909 the first baseball stadium was built in Pittsburgh.

  5. Louisiana is the only state that doesn't have counties; it has parishes, instead.

  6. South Carolina has a monkey colony located on an island in Beaufort.

  7. New Jersey is known as the Diner Capital of the Country because we have so many diners.

  8. Michigan has more miles of freshwater shoreline than any other state in the nation.


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