National Geographic Holiday Book Boutique #MMHolidayGiftGuide

National Geographic Holiday Book Boutique #MMHolidayGiftGuide

Disclosure: I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms Meets  program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meets  blogger, I agreed to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC. or the manufacturer of the product.


Growing up, I have fond memories of National Geographic magazine arriving on my doorstep. I just loved looking at the beautiful photography and all the different people and place all over the world. Nothing compares to the gripping stories and spectacular imagery that National Geographic always delivers.

National Geographic is one of the world’s premier scientific, education, and research organizations. For more than 125 years, the National Geographic team has been dedicated to exploring and documenting the world. Their message reaches more than 450 million people worldwide, each month through several media outlets. The company has funded more than 10,000 conservation, exploration, and scientific expeditions in support of their mission “to inspire people to care about the planet.” As part of this mission, National Geographic also offers nonfiction books for both adults and kids to help educate and inspire. National Geographic is the leading kids nonfiction publisher, and each of their books is packed with photos, facts, and fun, offering the perfect balance of “edu-tainment” for kids and parents. If you’re looking to get your kids excited about learning, National Geographic books are a great place to start.

Now that I am a mom, I want my daughters to have those same types of memories. National Geographic has certainly come a long way and they have so many different types of publications including a variety of books and magazines for children of all ages.

Some of the books we received:

  • National Geographic Kids Chapters: Best Friends Forever
  • Everything Pets
  • Almanac 2014
  • Little Kid Fist Big Book of Why
  • Just Joking 4
  • Funny Fill In: My Animal Adventure
  • Devoted
  • Mother’s Love
  • National Geographic Reader: Meerkats
  • Ultimate Weird But True

Although some of these books are a bit advanced for my three year old, she thoroughly enjoys looking through the books on her own or while I read them to her. The colors are vivid, the text is large, the pictures are eye catching. It helps my toddler expand her imagination and keeps her asking questions about what things are as we turn each page. These books are keepsakes for sure and I will certainly hold on to them long after G is done with them so that Val can enjoy them too.


National Geographic Books are available wherever books are sold, including national book chains, online retailers, independent bookstores, discount wholesale clubs, toy stores, specialty retailers, and more. Be sure to connect with National Geographic on Twitter and Facebook for even more adventures!


Order by December 6, 2013 for delivery before Christmas. Books can be ordered at

Special 30% discount offer only lasts until December 31, 2013!

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About Candice

Candice is a mom of three under 5. Originally from the smallest state of Rhode Island, now living in Connecticut. From working gal to stay-at-home mom, she is walking the path of the Modern Mom.


  1. I love Nat Geo. I really want that First Big Book of Why. My daughter would really enjoy it.
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  2. My kids love Nat Geo. Definitely a gift I would give…and keep on giving!
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  3. We adore National Geographics kids publications. Subscriptions make an excellent gift idea!
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  4. National Geo. are my kids favorite books!
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  5. I love all of their books! What great books to learn too!
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  6. I absolutely love buying National Geographic books for the kids in my family!
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  7. My kids absolutely loved these when they were younger.
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  8. We love Nat Geo and Nat Geo Kids. I was super excited to find some Nat Geo Kids books at the dollar store recently.
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  9. I used to collect National Geographic Magazines. I really love to read all of the stories and see all the pictures from around the world.
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  10. We love, love, love National Geographic books. They make learning fun.

  11. I think my daughter would really enjoy these as she loves animals. Especially the Mother’s Love and Everything Pets books.
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  12. These sound like wonderful books for kids of all ages. Food for their minds! I will have to check these out for the little people on my shopping list!
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  13. When my girls were younger they got National Geographic.
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  14. Nat Geo does such a good job with whatever they touch, I swear. I love their collection of books!

  15. we have several NG books. my kids are loving the weird but true lately!
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  16. My oldest would be really interested in these. Great special!
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  17. My son gets National Geographic and he absolutely loves it. It is such a great and educational magazine for really any age.
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  18. We used to get these as kids and now the kids get them… STILL awesome to read!! We must have 1000’s saved LOL
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  19. I love Nat Geo products. They are such a great blend of amazing facts and great photography.
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