Celebrate Spring With National Geographic Kids Books

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Looking for a way to avoid sugar overload from Easter candies or rainy day boredom? National Geographic Kids Books has several new titles for kids of all ages that are perfect for Easter and to celebrate Spring. Books last way longer than candy and kids may even learn a few things from them!

Somebunny Loves Me (hardcover picture book, ages 4-8, $16.99) by Parry Gripp. Parry is an Emmy-winning singer-songwriter whose quirky, popular tunes, including “Nom, nom, nom” and “It’s Raining Tacos” have made his YouTube channel a smash hit with nearly 140 million views. He is an avid animal lover and his bunny Bruno is often the inspiration behind so many of his songs.  In Somebunny Loves Me, Parry’s sweet and silly rhymes are cleverly written to share how children can best understand, appreciate and interact with a variety of fuzzy, feathered or scaly pals.  Paired with adorable, full-page photographs, Parry also includes a personal note in the back of the book giving kids and their parents more tips on how to be good pet owners — from how to keep pets safe, clean and healthy to how to best interact with them and even pointers on on how to make a pet music video.  Check out the Somebunny Loves Me music video and sing along as you and your kids turn the pages (hopefully with their favorite pet by their side!)

 
Who’s Who in the Bible (hardcover, ages 8-12, $14.99) – Everyone you need to know from the old and new testaments!  From Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden to Paul’s ministry to the ancient world, this beautiful book pairs need-to-know information about biblical personalities with timeless artwork. Each vibrant, colorful profile is accompanied by fast facts, including which books of the Bible the person appears in and what he or she is best known for. Feature spreads cover the history, archaeology, and geography associated with notable individuals. An alphabetical index covering more names not mentioned in profiles ensures that kids reading the Bible never have to ask, “Who’s that?”
A Seed is the Start (hardcover picture book, ages 6-9, $17.99) – Spring is about to, well, spring into action, and the magical seed is where it all begins.  Beautiful photography and lyrical text pair with comprehensive picture captions in award-winning author Melissa Stewart’s story about the surprisingly diverse world of seeds. Learn all about the plant cycle, from how seeds grow, the fascinating ways they travel, and what it takes for a seed to become a plant. The magic of spring, revealed!
 
100 Ways to Make the World Better (paperback, ages 8-12, $9.99) – Who says kids can’t change the world? If they’ve got the will, Nat Geo Kids can guide the way, with doable activities, hands-on projects, advice from National Geographic explorers, interviews with experts, weird-but-true facts, and more inspiration.  In keeping with the Nat Geo Kids mission, the book is full of practical, positive, and powerful ideas that every kid can consider, from simple acts of kindness to creative adventures to good-for-the-planet projects.  Ideas are presented as simple concepts with engaging graphics and photographs, and many are followed by detailed supporting information. Kids get a sense of their own power to make a difference and an understanding of what actions contribute to positive outcomes. Sometimes all it takes is starting with something simple, and before you know it, together we’ve reshaped our planet for the better.

 

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  1. Definitely the 100 Ways to Make the World Better! I know the kids will want to dig into that one first.

  2. Some Bunny Loves Me because who doesn’t love bunnies? So cute.

  3. Some bunny loves me!

  4. Kayla Klontz says:

    We would read the 100 Ways to Make the World Better book first.

  5. Who’s Who in the Bible would be the first read.

  6. laura feist says:

    like a seed is a start

  7. We will start from “A Seed is the Start (Science & Nature)” book

  8. Julie Waldron says:

    The first read would be Who’s Who in the Bible.

  9. kathy pease says:

    My granddaughter would love Some Bunny Loves Me

  10. Shea Balentine says:

    The first one we’d read would be Who’s Who in the Bible!

  11. Leah Shumack says:

    100 Ways to Make the World Better would be our first read!

  12. Jennifer H. says:

    A Seed is the Start.

  13. 100 Ways to Make the World Better

  14. 100 Ways to Make The World Better would be the first one read.

  15. Who’s Who in the Bible would be first!

  16. Daniel M says:

    100 Ways to Make the World Better

  17. Sade Rieux says:

    My kids would read Who’s Who in the Bible first.

  18. My kids would first read 100 Ways to Make the World Better.

  19. I think they would read the book 100 Ways to Make the World Better, because of the dog on the cover. I would be interested in the Who’s Who in the Bible.

  20. Erika Sternberg says:

    I think we would like any book.

  21. Terra Heck says:

    I think she’d first read Who’s Who in the Bible. Thanks.
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  22. Shelley P says:

    I think the “Some Bunny Loves Me” book would be read first.

  23. D Schmidt says:

    I think “100 ways to make a better world” would be read first.

  24. Susan Hartman says:

    I am a big gargener fan. I would read a Seed to Start first.

  25. Susan Smith says:

    The first book I would read would be Somebunny Loves Me

  26. Erika Sternberg says:

    100 ways to make the world better.

  27. Robin Abrams says:

    The 100 Ways to Make the World Better would be our first read

  28. Tammy iler says:

    Some bunny loves me!

  29. Peggy Nunn says:

    We would read 100 Ways to Make the World Better first

  30. Jennylyn Gross says:

    Somebunny loves me

  31. MD Kennedy says:

    Each one of these books looks wonderful, and would be great for many adults as well as kids!

  32. Antoinette M says:

    A 100 ways to make the world better.

  33. vickie couturier says:

    Some Bunny Loves me

  34. Who’s Who In The Bible.

  35. We would read Who’s Who In The Bible first.

  36. I think the first read would be Somebunny Loves Me 🙂

  37. I would read Who’s Who In The Bible first.
    Marilyn

  38. John Smith says:

    “Leave a blog post comment on which book would be the first read.” How about “Some Bunny Loves Me”? Very cute!

  39. First we would read Some Bunny Loves Me.

  40. Janet Woodling says:

    My first choice would be A Seed Is the Start,

  41. A Seed is the Start would be the first read.

  42. Who is who in the bible

  43. I would read Who’s Who In The Bible.

  44. mami2jcn says:

    Somebunny loves me would be the first to read.