National Geographic Kids Books: Review and Giveaway!

When I attended the Moms Meet WOW Summit last month, I went to a workshop on encouraging children to enjoy reading. It was sponsored by National Geographic Kids so I knew we would learn a lot about their kids book line. The presenter gave us each a  book to take home and highlighted their book series.

The photos in these books are beautiful and they are all about learning. I was more and more interested when they talked about the Weird But True series that kids love and the new 2017 Kids Almanac. I knew my kids, niece, nephews, etc. would love these books! How had I never even looked at them before??

Then I was fortunate to be picked by Moms Meet to review two of their newest National Geographic Kids books: The Book of Heroes and The Book of Heroines! I received these books in the mail:

The books are awesome! My daughter loves them. At age 7, she can now read on her own and I love seeing her grab one of these and go off to read something about a real-life hero or heroine! Here is a peak inside the books:




Appropriately, we read this page about women in politics on election night:






The books are unique and highlight men, women and children from around the world who are both celebrities and regular people. It showcases what makes them a hero or heroine. (Even a few pets who have saved others made it in the books!)


The books are hardcover, colorful and affordable (they sell for around $12 on Amazon). These make perfect Christmas gifts! I’ve already ordered several other National Geographic Kids books (like How Things Work and Why?) for the children on our Christmas list.

I am super excited that Moms Meet and National Geographic Kids are giving me a set of these books to giveaway to a reader!! Want to win a free set of The Book of Heroes and The Book of Heroines that will be delivered to your door??

Enter by leaving a comment below. Tell us if you own any National Geographic Kids books already or if these would be your first. One winner will be randomly selected on Friday 11/18 to win! (Winner will be notified by email so make sure you use a valid email address when you comment.) Good luck!


(Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. I received this product for free from Moms Meet (, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my honest opinion on my blog. The opinions posted are my own.)

7 thoughts on “National Geographic Kids Books: Review and Giveaway!

  1. My daughter loves the Nat Geo books- especially the “Weird but True” series. Thsi woudl be a great surprise for her!

  2. These National Geographic books for kids look fantastic. Would love to give them to greatnieces and nephews!

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