National Geographic is a great gift for the holiday season! #MHCgiftguide

39438_433570663950_227032_aI have been a fan of National Geographic, ever since I was very young. My mom introduced me to National Geographic and used to order me subscriptions when I was younger. Now I can give my love of National Geographic onto my kids. If you are looking for a perfect holiday gift, I have a great selection of book titles that would please any child in your life!

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1. National Geographic Little Kids- This innovative title is full of learning and fun for youngsters ages 3-6. Bursting with lively photographs, engaging stories, and interactive picture games, each issue supplies  fresh and imaginative teaching tools. $15 US

2. Ocean Counting-Throughout our world’s oceans live wild animals that swim, leap, and dive through the pages of this charming title. The photography in this book presents young readers with a foundation for learning basic counting skills. The marine life captured on each page portrays children’s favorite animals along with lively and thought-provoking information about each creature. $16.95


1. Treasury of Egyptian Mythology- The new National Geographic Treasury of Egyptian Mythology is a stunning tableau of Egyptian myths, including pharaohs, queens, the boisterous Sun God Ra, and legendary creatures like Sphinx. $25.95

2. Tracking Tyrannosaurs: Kids who love Dinos have a rare treat in store. The experts at National Geographic have produced a reference book that is much more than just another T. Rex Book. Christopher Sloan’s fascinating latest works shows dino fans the latest discoveries to iluminate a whole family of prehistoric reptiles. $18.95


1. How to Speak Dog- Do you speak dog? How to Speak Dog is a fun, informative, and photographically driven book that helps kids understand what their doges is trying to tell them through body language and behavior. $12.95

2. Ultimate Bugopedia- Welcome to the hidden world of the most popular bugs on Earth. Opening the beautiful and accessible pages of this book is like turning over a series of stones under which you will find the coolest array of the world’s creepy-crawlies. $24.95


1. Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas- Keeping kids entertained while on a long drive can be a challenge, but the National Geographic Kids Ultimate U.S. Road Atlas can help. State symbols, cool things to do, boredom busters, fun facts, wacky roadside attractions, and games accompany the maps and provide engaging information with stunning photography. $5.99

2. The World is Waiting for you: This book shows kids a pathway from their current interests and talents to a future career of interest. And in so doing, it also encourages adventure, exploration, and discovery. $17.95


1. Space Encyclopedia- The experts at National Geographic bring young space explorers the most exciting and recent discoveries in the universe.  $24.95


1. National Geographic Kids Magazine Subscription- Give youngsters the world with a subscription to National Geographic Kids magazine. It’s filled with learning adventures about things kids love! It features and encourages readers to protect the planet’s resources and to learn more about geography, adventure, science, and their peers around the world. $15



*I am a National Geographic Ambassador. I received books in exchange for my review. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.*

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