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National Geographic Kids Earth Day Giveaway @NGKIDS #Sponsored

4/24/20
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This spring has been entirely different for all of us.  We're all feeling a bit strained with the challenge of distance learning and homeschooling. 

National Geographic Kids has two new books that are fantastic boredom busters that will keep cooped up kids engaged for hours. They are also trusted resources that weave in important topics like science, technology, conservation, culture and codebreaking in a FUN way!  Keep reading about these engaging books and a great giveaway.


National Geographic Kids giveaway

Explorer Academy: The Star Dunes by Trudi Trueit, is the fourth book in the popular fact-based fiction series (National Geographic Kids' Under the Stars; March 2020, ages 8-12). 

This book encourages kids to use their imaginations and allows them to travel from the comfort and safety of home.

Deemed "Captivating" by the editors at Parenting.com and "Exciting, fast paced" by Booklist, the series is filled with thrilling adventures, high-tech cadets, cool science, far-away lands, and codes to crack.

Follow 12-year-old Cruz Coronado during his time at the prestigious Explorer Academy, where he and 23 kids from around the globe are training to become the next generation of great explorers. In addition to making new friends and attending cool classes, Cruz must also work to unlock clues to his family’s shadowy past if he is to solve the mystery of his mother’s untimely death.    In this exciting follow-up to The Double Helix, a major discovery catapults Cruz and the Explorer Academy team into the limelight and they head off to Africa.  Cruz and his fellow recruits tackle challenging missions to dispense life-saving medications to gorillas, thwart pangolin poachers and capture images of the last known cheetahs in Namibia — all the while discovering that protecting the world’s threatened species is dangerous business!  

After yet another strike from Nebula, someone close to Cruz ends up on the brink of death, leaving the ship in turmoil and Cruz and his team down a major player.  The discovery of his mom’s next clue leads Cruz to a vast desert — and just when he thinks he’s run out of leads for solving the mystery of her tragic disappearance, an unlikely ally helps him pursue another piece of the ongoing puzzle. Can Cruz and his team stay one step ahead of Nebula and find the next piece of the hidden cipher?


With four critically acclaimed titles in this series now available, two companion nonfiction activity books and literally hours and hours of videos, games, and info on real-life explorers at ExplorerAcademy.com , Explorer Academy is the perfect way to keep kids learning, reading and engaged. 

  
An illustrated spread from The Star Dunes can be viewed here and the first chapter from The Star Dunes can be read here.   



National Geographic Kids giveaway

Extreme Ocean: Amazing Animals, High-Tech Gear, Record-Breaking Depths and Much More by National Geographic Explorer Sylvia A. Earle (National Geographic Kids Books, March 2020, Ages 8-12
***A perfect pick for World Ocean Day (June 8th) and Shark Week in July***. 

We've really been missing our trips to the Aquarium during the stay-at-home order.  This book encourages her curiosity and love of sea creatures while we are staying at home.

Discover the most outrageous aspects of the deep blue — from record-breaking depths to towering tsunamis, underwater giants to tiny sea creatures — along with ocean conservation challenges and what kids can do to help.  An action-packed combination of science and adventure, famed National Geographic Explorer Sylvia Earle leads readers on an in-depth tour of life beneath the waves. 

Come face-to-face with whales and sharks, learn about the newest and most hi-tech ocean gear and gadgets, experiment with hands-on activities, and join Earle as she recounts her most daring dives. Packed with fascinating tidbits, animal profiles, and up-to-date science, each chapter combines stunning photography with fun, accessible text. Perfect for curious kids, ocean lovers, young explorers, and the classroom. Extreme Ocean reveals the mystery, majesty, danger, and — above all --the importance of our ocean.


I highly recommend these books from National Geographic Kids for their themes of conservation.  They are also great choices to celebrate Earth Day! 





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Giveaway:  

One reader will win a copy of both books!


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This giveaway is not in any way associated with or endorsed by Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest or Twitter.  Giveaway Ends 5/8/2020 at 11:59 EST.  US Residents **18 and older** only may enter.  One entry per household and IP address.  Winner will be drawn using random.org and will have **24 hrs** to respond to email or another winner will be chosen. Entries are verified.  No purchase necessary.  Void where prohibited by law. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning.  NO PO BOXES please.  The Attic Girl is not responsible for lost or undelivered prizes.




14 comments on "National Geographic Kids Earth Day Giveaway @NGKIDS #Sponsored "
  1. I want to win to give these books to my friend. She has five kids and I know these would be great for them, especially during this time.

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  2. I would love to win this for my son who loves animals and reading. We have many Nat Geo kids books and these would be great for summer reading.

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  3. I have been looking at these for a few days! I think they would be a great addition to use in our homeschool. The one that stands out the most to us, is the Nebulla.

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  4. my little niece would love this she loves animals and is learning to read this would be terrific for her for sure.

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  5. I would love to win because my son loves animals!

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  6. This does look like fun. I have 4 nephews and 2 sons that would totally enjoy these. 2 of them are super into National Geographic. Lots of cool visuals.

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  7. I have 4 kids at home, and they always enjoy Nat Geo books, so I know this would be great for them right now, since we are all spending a lot of time home.

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  8. I want to win because I love to read. These books look very interesting.

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  9. The kids would love these. They love anything science and earth day is so important to protect the planet.

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  10. My daughters would love this, they are always looking for new things to learn and these would be so great for them!

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  11. My kids love National Geographic books!

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  12. I would like to win this for my daughter. The National Geographic books always interest her.

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  13. My son loves reading National Geographic books! With the library closed we havent had any new books in a while. he would love this!

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  14. My kids would love this. I found it to be very educational. Alma

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