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National Geographic Kids Almanac 2011

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"Dare to explore! The National Geographic Kids Almanac 2011 brings young readers the very latest updates on living on, and caring for, planet Earth. The Almanac’s cool photos, lively illustrations and easy-to-read format encourages readers to absorb countless incredible facts and spend hours browsing hot topics, such as fun ways to convince your family to

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"Dare to explore! The National Geographic Kids Almanac 2011 brings young readers the very latest updates on living on, and caring for, planet Earth. The Almanac’s cool photos, lively illustrations and easy-to-read format encourages readers to absorb countless incredible facts and spend hours browsing hot topics, such as fun ways to convince your family to go green.

In true National Geographic Kids magazine style, this is a book to excite kids about their planet: its fun-filled pages are packed with everything from how to decode your dreams to the excitement of underwater pumpkin carving to the fascinating powers of the human brain. Geography, history, science, and adventure—it’s all here to explore in one single volume. This is the reference book that gives young minds MORE...

More than 15 homework-helper sections More than 50 puzzles, projects, and really cool experiments More than 500 pictures of our planet and all that’s on it More than 5,000 fun and amazing facts

The opening section introduces timely information for 2011and unique National Geographic content. The rest of the Almanac is filled with fun facts and helpful references on subjects from countries worldwide to Presidents stateside, from the wisdom of convention to cool new inventions."=

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426306303
Publisher:
National Geographic Society
Publication date:
05/25/2010
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
9.02(w) x 6.10(h) x 0.63(d)
Lexile:
IG1000L (what's this?)
Age Range:
6 - 8 Years

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National Geographic Kids Almanac 2011 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
agapegrace More than 1 year ago
I am kind of afraid to put this book in my classroom library because it is the kind that always gets stolen and/or has pages torn out of it. My students love reading about cool, updated facts, and I know that I will have to watch this book like a hawk or it will be gone. Although the average kid wouldn't say he or she loves history or science, they really do! They don't like listening to lectures or taking notes, but they love reading about how science is applied in the real world and seeing some weird, interesting tidbit about something historical. This almanac has a wealth of learning available in glorious, color-filled bites. There is even a section about going green which I (of course) loved because it had a section on letter-writing that is photo-copy worthy for when I teach that later on in the year. There are traditional facts that all teachers want to instill in their students, but there are so many current items that this will be a fresh hit. What I love most about this book are the short, factual passages. They are a huge motivator for any reluctant reader due to the interesting photos, and they particularly tend to interest boys. I am always looking for something to engage those guys, so I was ecstatic to find this one.
TexRogers More than 1 year ago
I love these book and there is just so much cool information. I just got the book; but, have had a chance to look through the book in the evenings and the pictures are awesome! If you like history and science, you will love this book. Lots of quick and easy to read subjects. I used to be a 'reluctant reader' :) Thats what my teacher called me; but, she got me started on the National Geographic Readers Penguins! I loved it and she got me more of these to read! Tex
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