Kids will grab these books off the shelf from age 3 to age 18. The National Geographic for Kids series contain scientific learning, relevant issues, and act as a great homework reference source. Choose from three titles: National Geographic Kids World Atlas, National Geographic Kids United States Atlas, and Space Encyclopedia, or grab all three.
Who is it for?
The entire family
Little ones will enjoy the pictures
Older kids can spend hours reading
Great gift idea!!
Great for homeschoolers, parents, and science teachers.
The textbooks are high quality and will last for years.
Useful resource for homework and lessons at home.
What is included?
Choose one title, or grab all three!
National Geographic Kids World Atlas - Complete with geo-themed games, crosswords, picture puzzles and more, this is the atlas for today's young explorers, as well as the perfect homework reference source. This new edition of the award-winning world atlas for kids includes the latest data, newest maps and graphs, a fresh and compelling design, and lively essays about the world and its wonders. (Paperback)
National Geographic United States Atlas - Features lively maps, and graphics; updated essays and statistics; 8 thematic map spreads, on topics such as immigration, natural hazards, the water crisis, and the "greening" of America; same-size physical and political maps for each region for easy comparison; vibrant photo essays on each region and state; more than 350 full-color illustrations; 80-plus pages of National Geographic maps; 50-plus info graphics; updated state fact boxes; geo-whiz facts; state flags, birds, and flowers; comprehensive place-name index with coordinates for easy reference; and glossary of geographic terms. (Paperback)
Space Encyclopedia - Presenting the latest exciting findings on space exploration and research and cutting-edge, spectacular views of the universe that technology is bringing back to Earth, all in one ultimate reference book. Authored by David A. Aguilar of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, the National Geographic Space Encyclopedia is ideal for the family bookshelf, providing both accessible information for school reports and compelling reading on the mysteries beyond our world. (Hardcover)