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National Geographic Kids 2010 Almanac Review and Giveaway

This giveaway is now over. The winner is Debra P. Congrats!

I remember back in the day (and I may be dating myself here) when almanacs were boring. You used them for school projects (when you needed to) and never looked at it again.  All I have to say is that my kids have it way better!  I have to admit I was excited to check out the National Geographic Kids 2010 Almanac.  The cover alone makes you want to look inside and find interesting facts.  What surprised me most was that my husband sat in his chair and read the almanac for himself one night.  I knew my kids would love it, but my husband got drawn in too!

My two year old likes the pictures.  We’ve been able to take the book and work it into his speech and get him to say a few more words.  My 6 year old also enjoyed the pictures.  However, she liked the facts too.  Both my kids loved the section on dinosaurs and loved finding pictures of snakes to show my husband (who is NOT a fan of snakes at all.  I love that we all found this book great!  This book is just full of knowledge (which will come in handy for my next game of Trivia Pursuit!).  National Geographic Kids 2010 Almanac is definitely a book that’s hard to put down once you open it no matter what your age.

Since I loved this book so much, I’ve arranged for one lucky reader to also win a copy of the National Geographic Kids 2010 Almanac.  Here’s what you need to do:

Check out the National Geographic site and tell me what you hope to learn about if you win this book.  Did you want to learn that in Scotland residents open their front doors before midnight on New Year’s Eve to let the old year out and the new year in?  Or did you want to know that in the 1870’s a swarm of locusts migrated over the Great Plains that stretched 300 miles long and 100 miles wide?

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This contest will end Feb. 13th at noon CST! Good Luck!

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110 thoughts on “National Geographic Kids 2010 Almanac Review and Giveaway”

  1. I would hope to learn with my children about different region the animals come from and there eating habits.

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  2. OMG! They said a cockroach could live for 9 days without its head. That's disgusting. Ugh. I'd like to learn about the undersea monsters.

  3. My 8 year old loves animals and knows way more than I do. I could read this book first then tell her all the stuff I know. Haha. I' like to read more about dolphins.

  4. Would love to see what tips they have for teaching kids how to be more green and help save the earth "Filled with maps, facts and more this book helps readers learn to go green and help our threatened earth"

  5. I would like to know powerful Emperor of the Qin Dynasty who needed the terra cotta warriors to guard him in the afterlife. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

  6. I would love to learn about the endangered animals. I think my daughter would love this book. She is so interested in this type of stuff.

  7. This book would be absolutely perfect for my nephew, who loves facts and trivia. And if it has snakes in it, even better. He and I both love insects and reptiles, so he loves being able to share facts with me about creepy crawlies.

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