National Geographic Kids Weird But True!

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Did you know that 99% of people can’t lick their elbows — but 90% of people who read this will try! Fun and silly brain bending facts are the reason 35+ titles in the National Geographic Kids Weird But True! book series are hits with kids. Plus the books are packed with stunning and eye popping images that break up all the words and give kids images to check out. My boys honestly go page to page and when they see a graphic they want to learn more about, they start reading.

The Weird But True! books series has sold more than 5 million copies and has been published in over 15 different languages. Each book covers anything from a random collection to a specific topic such as sports, pop culture or science.

Now, with the release of the 10th book in the Weird But True! main series, things just got WEIRDER and it’s time to celebrate!

Weird But True! 10 (ages 8-12, $8.99) is the latest release in the main Weird But True! series and books 1-9 has been refreshed and expanded to include 50 MORE facts than the original releases (that’s 350 facts per book if you are counting!)!

Did you know that ears are self-cleaning, or that itching is contagious? It’s all totally weird … but true! Each of the ten books of this main series contains 350 surprising and amazing facts about topics like science, space, weather, geography, food, pop culture, and just about everything else under the sun, presented with fascinating photos and illustrations.
Weird But True! Know-It-All Greek Mythology (ages 8-12, $12.99) – The newest in the WBT book family, WBT Know-It-All focuses on a specific topics structured into profiles. Weird But True!  Know-It-All Greek Mythology includes everything kids need to know about all their favorite Greek gods, heroes, monsters, quests, muses, and famous philosophers. From who gave mankind fire to famous fatal flaws to who stood guard at the Underworld, this book includes all the iconic Greek myths and key characters — and then goes one wonderfully weird step beyond.
Weird But True! Cool and Crazy Sticker Doodle Book (ages 8-12, $12.99) – Get ready for even more DO-IT-YOURSELF weirdness in the latest Weird But True! Sticker Doodle title. With each turn of the page kids learn new information and get to try new wacky activities, from doodling prompts to crosswords, mazes to picture puzzles. This book unleashes kids’ creativity in a uniquely Nat Geo Kids way. Discover amazing weird facts and then doodle, draw, or color away right on the page. Did you know that some American soldiers once rode camels instead of horses? Draw some other unexpected animal mounts! Did you know that some ice-cream trucks serve scoops just for dogs? Create some other gourmet masterpieces for your canine companion. Enhance your wacky masterpieces with 150 fun stickers included in the book. Let your kids’ creativity run wild for hours on end in this perfect boredom-buster for rainy days, car rides, or any time.
Weird But True! Christmas ages (8-12, $8.99) – A bit different than the main Weird But True! series, this title is focused on one theme — spreading holiday cheer with festive far-out facts about Christmas!  Makes a terrific stocking stuffer.

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WIN IT:  (1) US winner will receive a National Geographic Kids Weird But True! Mega Prize Pack, which consists of a total of THIRTEEN books and a tote bag (ARV $130)

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  1. Darlene Taylor says

    I will be investing in this Nat geo bookset for my grandson

  2. Michelle Catallo says

    The Weird But True! Know-It-All Greek Mythology would immediately disappear into my eldest son’s hands.

  3. My family would like the Weird But True! 10 book.

  4. I’d like to read Weird But True Christmas.

  5. I like Weird But True! Christmas

  6. We would like to start with “Weird But True! Know-It-All Greek Mythology”

  7. Antoinette M says

    We would look at Weird But True Christmas first.

  8. Kayla Klontz says

    We would look at the Christmas edition first!

  9. Leah Shumack says

    My daughter would probably go for the Weird But True Christmas first!

  10. I think we’d first read Weird But True! Know-It-All Greek Mythology. Thanks.
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  11. Julie Lundstrom says

    With Christmas here they would read the Weird but true Christmas one first.

  12. Shirley Symon says

    My nephews would look at the first book out of the box. My adult daughter would like the Greek mythology

  13. Stephanie Grant says

    My son loves Nat Geo and I think he would be beyond thrilled to have these books. He is always “hey, did you know” about one thing or another and he loves to learn so these would be beyond perfect for him.

  14. Robin Creager says

    I think my grandson would love the Weird But True! Cool and Crazy Sticker Doodle Book
    and look and read it first.

  15. Robin Abrams says

    We would read Weird But True! Know-It-All Greek Mythology first

  16. We would probably read the Christmas book first.

  17. We would look at Weird But True! Christmas first.

  18. Probably the Christmas one! Tis the season, after all!

  19. We would check out Weird But True! Christmas. It would be fun to learn some cool facts since its that time of the year.

  20. Pauline Milner says

    Our grandchildren love Pandas, so I am quite sure #8 would be the first one they would want us to read to them. Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity and Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  21. We would look at the koala book first.

  22. I would find the Greek mythology book interesting.

  23. laura feist says

    weird but true

  24. We would probably read Weird But True! Cool and Crazy Sticker Doodle Book first!

  25. These would blow my kids’ minds!!! I think they might start with the Christmas edition since Tis The Season and all!

  26. I would read this great book to my grandson first; Weird But True! Christmas ages (8-12, $8.99) – A bit different than the main Weird But True! series, this title is focused on one theme — spreading holiday cheer with festive far-out facts about Christmas!

  27. We would probably read the Weird But True Christmas book first.

  28. Since it’s that time of year, we’d probably look at the Christmas one first!

  29. susan hartman says

    I would love to take a look at Weird but True Christmas.

  30. Great gift for my nephew’s pre-k class

  31. We would read Weird But True Christmas first

  32. My grandkids would look at Weird But True! 10.

  33. We would check out Weird But True! Know-It-All Greek Mythology first!

  34. Theresa Jenkins says

    My family would look at Weird But True! Cool and Crazy Sticker Doodle Book first

  35. Suzanne Greene says

    I believe that since they would be getting these awesome books for Christmas, they would look at the Christmas book first.

  36. Vickie L Couturier says

    sticker doodle book would be first

  37. Weird But True! Cool and Crazy Sticker Doodle Book.

  38. Tina Hairston says

    No clue as to which book because I’d be gifting these to the little girl I babysit.

  39. Cathy Oppedisano says

    My family would first look at Weird But True! Christmas because it is the season after all.

  40. Marcus Walker says

    Love national geographic

  41. the christmas one, for sure!

  42. Eloise Carlson says

    I think we would check out the Weird But True Christmas book first, seems appropriate with the upcoming holidays! All of these books look so fun, my daughter would love them! Thanks so very much for the chance!

  43. Weird but true christmas would be my daughters first choice. ‘Tis the season.

  44. We would love the Christmas one with the 300 festive facts. This sounds like a good giveaway!

  45. Tracie Brown says

    Weird but true Christmas would be what we read first!!

  46. Lisa Williams says

    We would be excited about the Weird But True Christmas.

  47. Since it is Christmas time, we would look at the Christmas one first!

  48. Wired but true Christmas

  49. We would look at the Weird But True! Christmas book.

  50. Angelica Dimeo says

    We would look at Weird But True Greek Mythology first

  51. We would look at the Weird But True Human Body one first.

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