My grandma was an avid reader. During my early tween years she had subscriptions of all kinds of educational magazines delivered to my house in hopes that I would enjoy reading as much as she did. One of the presents she continued for years were the National Geographic books for kids. I enjoyed the full sized bursting with color photos of the animals and far away places. I loved them so much that I still have those books! That is why I am excited to share one of National Geographics new books with you!
Nothing says Spring like baby animals and National Geographic Children’s Books’ new Baby Animal Pop! is — literally — BURSTING with LIFE-SIZE pop-outs of the cutest, cuddly babes on the farm.
In this show-stopper of a picture book a baby bunny, a sweet lamb, a wobbly pony, a family of piglets and a line of baby ducks all magically unfold with at the turn of the page to reveal their actual size. This book is sure to dazzle, but it is educational as well. Additional pages with special photos and captions highlight awesome animal features and supplemental spreads include “The First Year of Life,” which gives a glimpse of a baby’s animal development.
Baby Animal Pop! is the perfect addition to any child’s Easter basket this spring and will last far longer than the candy!
You can purchase Baby Animal Pop! for $14.95 at National Geographic’s online store
One OurKidsMom reader is going to win a Baby Animal Pop! Easter Basket!
The give away contains a copy of Baby Animal Pop!, an Easter container, an adorable stuffed bunny holding HER baby, Easter eggs and, of course, jelly beans! The ARV of the basket is $30.
This giveaway ended at 11:59PM EST on April 17, 2011.
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