READING ROCKS! Get Ready For Back to School with National Geographic Kids Books

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Get your children back into reading before school starts.

As the children head back to school, they need to brush up on their reading skills for the new school year. I am thrilled to share with you new book debuts from National Geographic. They have released several new titles that are not only fun to read but are also very affordable and are for children of all ages and reading levels.

National Geographic Books
The Look & Learn Series is for ages 2-5. These are durable board books that introduce concepts and contest reinforcement that enforces learning so the learning sticks. They are two new titles in the series Look and Learn: Dig and Look and Learn: Ocean Creatures. The books feature full-color photos and attractive designs to inspire children to learn. The suggested retail price is $6.99 each.

National Geographic Books
The Explore My World Series is for ages 3-7. This series of the book includes a combination of pictures and simple stories with fantastic photography. This series encourages children to understand the world around them. The new titles in this series are Explore My World: Baby Animals and Explore My World: Nighttime. The books focus on animals, so they are sure to keep children engaged in reading. The suggested retail price is $4.99 each.

National Geographic Books
The NG Readers Series is for ages 5-8. The books are designed in an easy-to-read format and are label by level 1-5 on the cover. Choosing interested books for your child’s reading level is much easier with this series. The books feature kid-friendly diagrams that draw children into reading. The new titles in this category are NG Readers: Flutter, Butterfly (Level 3), NG Readers: Coral Reefs (Level 2), NG Readers: Ugly Animals (Level 2), NG Readers: Pope Francis (Level 1) and NG Readers: Rosa Parks (Level 2). The suggested retails prices is $3.99.

National Geographic Books
Chapters Series is for ages 7-10. The chapter book series returns to where the Readers series leaves off. A couple of the new titles include Chapters: Hoops to Hippos, True Stories of a Basketball Star on Safari and In Chapters: Hoot, Hoot Hooray and More True Stories of Amazing Animal Rescues.The suggested retail prices are $5.99.

This is a fantastic set of books for readers of all levels. I am a big reader and have instilled that into my children. I am now instilling that in my grandchildren. There is nothing like being able to pick up a book to get lost in.
To learn more about these books visit the website and connect via Facebook and Twitter.
You can also learn about the Super Reader program from National Geographic Kids.
* National Geographic Kids has developed an amazing Super Reader site to complement the Readers series. It has prizes to reward their reading effort, printable posters to help track their progress, activities, quizzes, games and ALOT more. Here’s the link to the site for your convenience:
***Stay tuned for National Geographic Reading Rocks Mega Giveaway, where you can enter for a chance to win all 11 titles!


  1. The Explore My World Series is perfect for my niece, where I can buy this? Amazon? He needs to read this so he can learn about the story of this books!

  2. The NG reader series has been very motivational for my granddaughter in her learning to read. She likes reading about animals so much that she will keep at it and I find they are a good level for beginners.

  3. My daughter is older but she still enjoys the National Geographic books and magazines. The photos are always wonderful.

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