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Gift Ideas For Young Explorers

Do you have curious, young explorers at home?  Well if they are anything like Z.E.N., they will love these gift ideas for young explorers from National Geographic.  I love the fact that these books are not only entertaining, they are educational as well.

Animal Poetry Book

This holiday gift idea is sure to become a classic addition to any reading collection in homes, libraries and schools everywhere with its lyrical poetry chosen by the United States Children’s Poet Laureate and amazing animal photography. Old and new poems pay tribute to the small animals crawling in the dirt, the winged birds flying through the air and all the other animals big, small, noisy and quiet. $24.95.

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National Geographic Angry Birds: 50 True Stories of the Fed Up, Feathered, and Furious

This fascinating book asks readers to pair the eggs they find throughout the pages with one of five habitats they will learn more about along the way. Kids can find out everything they want to know about the wide range of egg-producing animals living in all four corners of the Earth, including mammals, amphibians and fish of all kinds. Readers become explorers craving more adventure as they work their way through all the interesting activities and educational exercises. $14.95

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National Geographic Animal Encyclopedia

This book highlights National Geographic’s stunning wildlife photography with over 1,000 colorful images of animals around the world. The National Geographic Kids encyclopedia is a fascinating collection of interesting facts, maps and breathtaking photography featuring 2,500 species of animals. $24.95.

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Full Disclosure: National Geographic sent us copies of all books listed above for our review.

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