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National Geographic Kids Magazine (March 2012)

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Kory Bootsma
Feb 23, 2015 Kory Bootsma rated it it was amazing
National Geographic Kids Magazine is filled with colorful pictures of animals and nature. It has witty pages of "Guinness World Records" that record silly data on things such as how many toothpicks in the "Tower of Toothpicks". It has a balanced combination of photographs with leveled reading, some have a bit simplistic sentence style and some longer. Articles are kid captivating such as "Extreme Weirdness" and "Bet You Didn't Know" and the articles just don't give you a background of an animal, ...more
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