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Nat Geo Kids Review: Sticker Books and Little Kids First Big Book of Why

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With summer almost half way over and vacations still to come, Nat Geo Kids has come out with a few books to keep the kiddos occupied for at least a little bit! Each book has over 1,000 stickers…that’s a lot of stickers! The age range on the sticker books states 4-8 but having three boys, I would say that these books would be 3-6. The activities are quite simple and have large cartoonish drawings. Each of the sticker pages are labeled to match to the corresponding page as to where the stickers go, that is nice so you are not hunting through the whole book.

National Geographic Kids COOL ANIMALS STICKER ACTIVITY BOOK: This book contains all types of animals like frogs, wolves, spiders, seabirds, elephants, insects, sharks, birds, and desert creatures to name a few. There are two pages dedicated to each animal and each page contains games, counting, facts, drawing, and mazes.

National Geographic Kids CUTEST ANIMALS STICKER ACTIVITY BOOK:  This book has all types of cute and fluffy animals like puppies, kittens, birds, ponies, forest animals, bunnies, and Australian animals. Each page has plenty to keep the kiddos busy too: coloring, mazes, facts, and spot the difference.

Nay Geo Sticker Book



National Geographic Little Kids FIRST BIG BOOK OF WHY: The age range on this book states 3-7. This is a large print book with both large pictures and writing. The contents are broken down into four sections: Amazing Me (All About the Body), How Things Work (TV’s, Balloons, Elevators, bubbles), Animals All Around (Owls, Fish, Worms) and Wonders Of The World (Rainbows, Snow, Thunder, Sand, Wind). Each page asks the question, “Why”…why is a jungle jim called that…why do owls throw up…why is the sky blue? Each section also contains hands on experiments to work on. My six year old has really enjoyed this book, he likes flipping through looking at the pictures and since he is a beginning reader the words are large and easy for him.

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Nat Geo Kids Big Book of Why


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3 Comment

  1. Sherry Compton
    July 19, 2013 at 11:43 am

    National Geographic has lots of wonderful products for kids and adults. I love that they have books geared to different age groups. These reference type books are great but it can be hard to find ones that will occupy and appeal to young readers. With it’s simple format and wonderful photos the First Book of Why would be great.

  2. Diane Sallans
    July 21, 2013 at 6:38 pm

    I’ve always loved these books – they combine great pictures, reading and activity ot keep the kids interested.

  3. MonaG
    July 22, 2013 at 11:26 am

    My daughter would LOVE these books. She enjoys sticker/activity books and her favorite TV show is Wild Kratz. The First Big Book of Why would be a great learning tool for both of us. She has so many questions and it would be great to explore the answers together.

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