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National Geographic Kids Almanac 2010 (Almanac)

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Dare to explore--from modern day adventurers to close calls and narrow escapes. Amazing animals will take readers into the wild and into the water. Discover cultural connections from food, currency, literature and lots more from around the world. From globe trotting geography--maps, travel, and famous landmarks mean we're on the move to learning to go green and help out ou ...more
Hardcover, 351 pages
Published May 26th 2009 by National Geographic Society
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National geographic kids almanac.(2012). Monterey, CA: National Geographic.
Citation created by: Susan Gasaway
Call number: 030
Description: In the lively style of National Geographic Kids magazine, this colorful page-turner excites young people about their world and everything in it. The National Geographic Kids 2012 Almanac is packed with fun-to-browse features, useful reference material, homework help developed by educators, and the kind of quirky facts that kids adore.
Content/scope: This alman
Brittany Herrera
Title: National Geographic kids almanac, 2010 ([2010 ed.). (2009). Washington, D.C.: National Geographic.

Name: Brittany Herrera

Type of Reference: Almanac

Call Number: 031.02

Description: This almanac grabs the attention of students in grades 3-5 with its detailed pictures. This book is divided into 10 sections. Kids are interested in such subjects as animals, history, nature, and cultures.

National Geographic has built a reputation for providing breathtaking images and this book doesn't dis
National Geographic Kids Almanac 2010 is a great book put together by the talented staff of National Geographic Magazine. I love books like this for kids. I remember reading books like this over the summer. They are books that you can read over and over and never read the same thing twice; there's so much information packed in there. The audience I think this book would be good for are children aged 7-12. This book could appeal to an older or younger audience depending on interest and reading ab ...more
It was interesting to learn about the different animals, the future, what the government's planning, cultures, weather, fun facts, and other things like that. It was fun to look at the pictures and read this book.
Fantastic book to keep in the car and read in small amounts of time and have handy when Mom needs to do errands. Took several months and great way to stimulate the brain in summer months.
I've gotten an almanac every year since 2008, an this one is my second favorite. It has awesome facts, maps, diagrams, illustrations and photos.
It has so much wonderful information and now i feel much smarter at school :)
I loved that book !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) ;)
About everything you need to know as a child.
Funny information, kids would love this book!
I loved reading all the little facts in it
Nov 17, 2009 Colleen is currently reading it
Recommends it for: benjamin R.
I think this book has a lot of facts.
I actually READ this
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With more than 600 titles—including the popular Weird But True franchise and the New York Times Best Selling National Geographic Kids Almanac—National Geographic Kids Books is the recognized leader in nonfiction for kids. Published in 28 languages, NGK Books reaches approximately 85 million kids every year.

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