The National Geographic Kids Almanac is the world's best-selling Almanac for kids. The 2012 edition landed at #3 on the New York Times bestseller list. In true National Geographic style, this book excites young people about their world and everything in it. Amazing animals, cool inventions, dinosaurs, funny roadside attractions, robots, outer space, green tips, natural disasters, maps, games, activities, and more are all here in one volume. The 2013 Almanac is packed with fun information, browsable features, and helpful reference on subjects including animals, technology, countries, presidents, animals, and weather, just for starters.
Chapters include Amazing Animals, Going Green, Geography Rocks, Super Science, Wonders of Nature, Awesome Adventure, Culture Connection, History Happens, and now a brand-new mini joke book inside. Exciting changes for 2013 include:
Forty percent of the photos and articles are new
A special joke section features 20 pages of hilarious jokes and funny animal photos that kids will love to share with their friends and family.
A fully updated “Your World” section, which opens the Almanac, includes all-new, up-to-the-moment content for 2013
All-new fun facts, activities, games, and crafts
More than 500 photographs, including incredible gorgeous new photo spreads featuring animals, adventure, nature, and more
Eight Homework Help sections
All facts, figures, and reference material are updated
Keeping kids entertained while on a long drive
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