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Just in time for Spring, National Geographic Children's Books is debuting three new books that are perfect for curing that cabin fever and inspiring youngsters to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors.
Look & Learn: Caterpillar to Butterfly (board book, $6.99) - A durable board book that is made for tiny hands and curious minds!
Preschoolers and their parents follows a monarch as it develops from a cute caterpillar into a beautiful butterfly in simple, age-appropriate language.
Ultimate Explorer Field Guide: Birds (ages 8-12, $12.99) - Photo-filled and fact-packed, this one of a kind bird guide will make kids Stop! Look! and Listen! to find the feathered friends right in their own backyards.
From ducks to hawks, sparrows to sandpipers, kids will learn how, where, and when to spot birds all over the United States.
With tons of info and interactivity prompts, it's the perfect companion for backyard or field trip, camping or vacation. Durable and portable, it's just right for pocket or backpack.
Get Outside Creativity Book (ages 6-9, $12.99) - This big, bright spiral-bound activity book encourages kids to get outside and play!
It's chock full of stencils, stickers, pull-outs, games, trivia, puzzles, and cutouts that encourage exploration and learning in the great outdoors.
It's the perfect gift for any parent wanting to foster creativity and imagination, while encouraging kids to unplug, get off the couch, and get to know the world around them.
The format engages readers with a combination of fun and whimsical design and National Geographic's world-famous photography.
Nat Geo also offers kid-friendly binoculars that are water resistant, rubber armored (ARV $63) and perfect for wildlife watching, birding and exploration.
Thanks to the folks at National Geographis, we are excited to host the "Explore the Outdoors Giveaway" that includes all three books listed above as well as a pair of Nat Geo binoculars!
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