Celebrate International Dinosaur Day on May 17th — and all month long!! — with DinoMAYnia, presented by National Geographic Kids!
In honor of DinoMAYnia, a month-long celebration of all things prehistoric, National Geographic Kids is sponsoring an amazing giveaway of a SUPERSIZED bundle of books that are sure to be devoured by dino-maniacs of all ages.
Little Kids First Board Book; Dinosaurs (ages baby – 3)
The prehistoric world comes alive with dinosaurs small, big, giant, and gigantic in this colorful book for the very youngest dinosaur lovers! Each spread in this sturdy book features a different dinosaur, along with super simple facts and lively, age-appropriate language to keep babies and toddlers–and their grown-ups–fascinated by every colorful page. Not only will readers learn about a variety of dinosaurs–and how to say their names, they can also find recurring shapes and patterns in the art, while adults can keep their eyes open for occasional funny commentary from the animals. Sidebar text offers additional learning for older siblings or those ready for more complex information. The Little Kids First Board Books mirror the beloved First Big Books while taking a fresh new approach to excite a baby’s sense of wonder and make learning about nature and science fun.
Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs (ages 4-8) – A #1 best seller on Amazon! The prehistoric world comes alive with dinosaurs small, big, giant, and gigantic, with stunning illustrations. Bursting with fun facts and age-appropriate information, each spread features a different dinosaur, along with simple text in big type that is perfect for little kids. Young dino fans will love the interactivity included in every chapter, and parents will appreciate tips to help carry readers’ experience beyond the page.
So Cool! Dinos (ages 3-5)
Those sharp, pointy teeth! Those terrifying claws! Those long necks and pointy spines! Let’s face it … dinosaurs are SO COOL! Blending dinosaur art with silly quips and Informational fact boxes about when dinosaurs lived on Earth, stats about dinos, dinosaur feathers, and more, this is the perfect little reader to get kids’ brains buzzing and keep them laughing while learning.
National Geographic Readers: T.Rex (ages 4-6)
Giant teeth! Crushing bite! Slicing claws! And … feathers? Scientists have unearthed new knowledge about the king of the dinosaurs, and now you can, too. Travel back in time to the Mesozoic forests to meet the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex. Learn how their bodies were perfectly adapted for hunting, how T. rex parents guarded their nests, and just how much meat they could guzzle down in a single bite. Then explore some of the fascinating fossils―including Sue and Scotty―that have helped scientists make important discoveries (for example, T. rex may not have roared at all!). National Geographic Readers’ combination of expert-vetted text, brilliant images, and a fun approach to reading have proved to be a winning formula with kids, parents, and educators. This level 1 text provides accessible information for kids just beginning to read on their own, perfect to encourage the scientists and explorers of tomorrow!
Ultimate Dinopedia, 2nd ED (ages 7-10) – Big, beautiful and gift-worthy! The new edition of the popular Nat Geo Kids Dinopedia includes all the latest species and is the most complete, up-to-date dinosaur reference available. Find favorites, like the fierce T-rex and the gentle Brontosaurus, plus audacious new finds, like the Anzu, Kosmoceratops, and Yi. Every dino profile is colorfully illustrated and features descriptions of when they roamed the Earth, how they lived, what they ate, and more. There are more than 600 dinos featured in all, including 10 profiles of recently discovered dinosaurs and new entries in the Dino Dictionary. Reports from paleontologists present the latest news and insights from the field.
Weird But True! Dinosaurs (ages 8-12) – 300 dino-mite facts to sink your teeth into! Perfectly sized for back seat boredom busting, this new addition to the wildly popular WBT series is taking on the jaws and claws that ruled the Mesozoic world. Calling all dino dynamos! Did you know that the T. rex had vision 13 times better than the average human’s? Or that people collect fossilized dino poop? And get this: There’s a dinosaur named after Hogwarts–Harry Potter’s wizarding school! Get ready to meet dinosaurs with horns and feathers, razor-sharp claws and gigantic teeth. You’ll encounter the places they lived, the bizarre art they inspired, and the amazing paleontologists who discovered them.
One lucky reader will win all 6 National Geographic Kids Books listed above
Giveaway ends May 24, 2022 at 11:59pm est
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Weird but true! Dinosaurs.
Shelly Peterson says
My grandson would look at Weird but True book first.
Kim Kern says
“Weird by True Dinosaurs” looks fun to read.
Cynthia C says
Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs is age appropriate for my nephew so I think he’d look at that one first.
Jeanna Massman says
My grandson loves the Weird but True Books so I think he would look at that one first.
Carol M says
My youngest grandson would love Weird But True Dinosaurs. Little Kids Board Dinosaurs would be perfect for my great grandson.
Rita Wray says
My grandson would like T-Rex.
Ultimate Dino-Pedi would be my youngest grandsons favorite
the t rex one!