Nat Geo Kids Nature Books
Nat Geo nature books are the perfect way to inspire kids to learn.
When sharks are involved, the kids books are fin-tastic fun!
National Geographic Magazines were great for me as a child, but I love that kids can have even more fun now.
Nat Geo Kids creates books that have adult level content presented in an eye catching kid friendly way.
These five STEM books feature amazing (and terrifying!) sharks along with other creatures who live in the ocean.
Which one do you think your child will like the best?
So Cool Sharks
Pub. Date 4/30/19
Sharks are among the world’s top predators, but that’s just ONE reason why they are SO COOL.
So who wouldn’t want to hang out with them to learn more!
These books blend awesome animal photos with silly quips and info that will delight young readers and animal enthusiasts.
For example, kids can catch the hunting habits of a great white shark while learning that its true nature is as chill as a frozen fish stick.
This is the perfect little reader to get their brain buzzing and keep them laughing during their downtime.
Amazing Animals, High-Tech Gear, Record-Breaking Depths and Much More
Pub. Date 3/3/20
An action-packed combination of science and adventure, famed National Geographic Explorer Sylvia Earle leads readers on an in-depth tour of life beneath the waves.
Come face-to-face with whales and sharks, learn about the newest and most hi-tech ocean gear and gadgets, experiment with hands-on activities, and join Earle as she recounts her most daring dives.
Packed with fascinating tidbits, animal profiles, and up-to-date science, each chapter combines stunning photography with fun, accessible text.
Perfect for curious kids, ocean lovers, young explorers, and the classroom.
Extreme Ocean reveals the mystery, majesty, danger, and — above all –the importance of our ocean.
The Ultimate Book of Sharks
Pub. Date 5/15/18
Explorer Brian Skerry is an underwater adventure like no other.
With exclusive photographs and personal insight from Skerry, this book takes the reader below the surface and into the minds of these spectacular predators.
Beyond the feared fins and terrifying teeth, readers will learn what its like to swim with these amazing fish.
They’ll learn how they live, what they eat, their superhero-like senses and better understand why these graceful, confident, perfectly sculpted predators are also vulnerable animals that we need to protect.
National Geographic Readers: Sharks!
Pub. Date 7/8/2008
He has five rows of deadly teeth.
Meet the shark—the fish who ruled the deep before dinosaurs roamed the Earth!
This leveled reader is for kids who are starting to read independently, are ready for more complex vocabulary and who love sharks!
Like all books in NatIonal Geographic Kids reader series, this title was developed in consultation with early education experts and are written to maximize interest and achieve reading success.
Little Kids First Big Book of the Ocean
Pub. Date 10/8/13
An adorable animal reference that includes the sea’s high-interest animals, such as dolphins, sharks, sea otters, and penguins, and introduces kids to some of its lesser-known creatures.
More than 100 charming animal photos illustrate the profiles, with facts about the creatures’ sizes, diets, homes, and more.
This book will quickly become a favorite at storytime, bedtime, and any other time.
Take a look at my fun shark craft and all of my other under the sea crafts. Of course, the templates are all free!
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Donna L says
Wonderful books! Thanks for the chance to win!
My little ones would love these books.
National Geographic books are so fabulous! The photographs are stunning, and the content is engaging.
Jan Lee says
I think my great niece and great nephew would love to read about sharks! My great niece is always asking for less “baby” type books :)
Thomas Gibson says
My nephew would enjoy this set.
I’d love to win these for my daughter for her classroom. Nat Geo books have beautiful pictures.
Cindy Peterson says
Nat Geo has the best educational books.
My son would like these books.
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Mia E. says
Love these fact filled educational books that are so fascinating to read.
meghan woeppel says
These books are so awesome for educating kids!
Tony Platz says
These books are so educational. And sharks are so awesome .
I’ve bought National Geographic kids’ books before and they are usually well done. My favorite of those listed above would probably be the Little Kids First Big Book of the Ocean since it has over 100 photographs. It would be fun just to flip through it without having to do so much reading. Some of the NatGeo books for kids can be a little too wordy.
Vickie L Couturier says
my little grandsons love anything to do with fish and sharks
Marcia Fischer says
Thanks for the giveaway.
EMMA L HORTON says
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ALWAYS HAS GOOD MATERIAL FOR KIDS.
Nicole Sender says
My grandson would love these books!
Rita M says
I think my granddaughter would really enjoy these books – thanks for the chance!
Robert Young says
My Niece would love this
lisa king says
my 2 grandsons would love these,although they would probably fight over them
Michelle S says
I bought Nat Geo books as my kids grew up! Now I can buy them for my nephew.
Teresa D Kunberger says
My boys love learning new things and my daughters do too and this year we are doing remote learning so this would be epic to have for them!
Tandi Cortez says
My son would absolutely love the shark books! Thanks for the chance!
Renee T says
We love Nat Geo books. Nat Geo books have beautiful pictures and tons of information. But, best of all, kids love to read these books.
jennifer cervantes says
My kids would love these. National geographic is such an amazing brand!
Marcia Fischer says
good books for grandchild
Julie Lundstrom says
I love National Geographics for my kids.
Bryan Vice says
My kids wold love this they love animals and to read this is perfect
Darla Kidder says
My son T.J. would love So Cool Sharks
Richard Hicks says
The kids would really enjoy these books!
Abbie Guerrero says
My son would love these. Thank you SO much for the chance!
April Morin says
My nieces would love to read these books. Thank you for the chance to win.
Amy Nick says
These books look so fun and educational as well
Kayla Harmon says
my son would love the sharks.
Daniel M says
my niece & nephew would love these
Laurie Nykaza says
National Geographic books has wonderful books my kids love to read.
Luv Nat G books… great for the kiddos, thanks.
Kathy Pease says
Thanks so much for the chance :)
Nice set of children’s books.
Leah Shumack says
I think my daughter would really like these!