With over 2.5 million copies in print, the National Geographic Kids Almanac has long been considered the gold standard when it comes to nonfiction for both girls and boys aged 8-12. The updated 2016 version also includes free digital extras that allow kids to access National Geographic videos, photos and games which make it the only kids’ almanac with mobile media features.

We love Nat Geo on TV. I even have a Homeschooling with Netflix post.

The book didn’t disappoint. Loaded with great pictures and fun facts.

The 2016 Almanac has more than 300 pages packed with colorful photos and fascinating chapters on a range of topics including animals, science, geography, wonders of nature history, culture and more. There’s even a Fun and Games section that kids will love. The Almanac truly lives up to its tagline of “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About EVERYTHING!”

Note: It is secular in nature.

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The pictures are so bright and bold and facts on every page. You could come to it again and again and learn something new.

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