National Geographic Kids Books That Will Please Your Reader

We are always looking fun new books to add to our collection or for our little friends to read when they visit. This post is a sponsored post, but all opinions, stories, and my experience are all personal and true (like always)!

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We recently added 100 Ways to Make the World Better to our collection and I’m so glad we did. This book is so full of ideas on how kids can help make the world a better place. Planting trees, carrying a reusable water bottle, and learning about helping the planet. This book is fun for kids and helping them get more hands on with helping make the world a better place.

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Some bunny loves me by Parry Gripp is and adorable book that helps teach young readers how they should be kind to animals of all shapes and sizes. It helps them to learn about all creatures big and small and how we should treat them with kindness. This is a great book for little ones.

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A Seed is the Start by Melissa Stuart is great book about Science and Nature. This book is all about seed and how they work. In this book children will learn all about plants and how they are grown from seeds. This book explains the role of seed features and functions in creating new generations of plants. It’s a great book with great illustrations and fun facts to teach kids.

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We also have Who’s Who in The Bible by Jill Rubalcaba in this book kids can learn exactly who is being talked about in the bible such as Adam and Eve or Paul. This book is great to add to your Bible Study with your kids.  It provides vibrant picture and is accompanied by facts about each one of these people and what they are best known for. This book is fantastic for learning about history and geography in the Bible. I would highly recommend adding this to your library for your child.

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