National Geographic Kids Leveled Readers

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Do you want to raise curious kids? Did you know that reading is a key? Studies show that early reading helps kids’ mental development and that literacy skills are a good predictor of success both in school and in life. That’s why Nat Geo Kids is celebrating National Reading Month during March and Read Across America Day (March 2), and we invite you to get involved. Discover the Nat Geo Kids Leveled Readers, filled with fun facts and cool nonfiction content on subjects kids love, and the Super Readers program, which inspires (and challenges!) kids to keep reading. Join the cause by instilling a love of reading in your own kids, and by spreading the message so that all kids have the chance to excel.

Sampling Kit includes

A sample set of seven Leveled Readers, plus Animal Ark—a special gift book featuring amazing photos by National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore accompanied by poetry by Newbery award-winning poet Kwame Alexander. Plus, a $25 Amazon gift card as a thank you!

Just the facts
  • As the leader in nonfiction children’s publishing, NGK developed this series with experts in literacy education who know that informational reading is critical to children’s success in school and later in life.

  • NGK Readers deliver amazing color photos, facts, and fun on every page because research shows that these are appealing to kids. They feed a child’s natural curiosity about the world and curiosity is a powerful motivation for reading.

  • NGK books are sprinkled with subject-related jokes and puns because research shows that laughing actually helps kids learn.

  • Visual stimulation adds to reading comprehension and enjoyment, so NGK books feature eye-popping illustrations, bold, bright text, and colorful boxes and callouts that encourage the eye to move around the page, taking in every piece of information.

  • Active engagement with a book helps kids to better remember what they’ve read, otherwise known as “Learning by Doing” and “Experiential Learning.” Every page of the book challenges the child to interact with it.

  • Kids can interact even more with the books through the National Geographic Kids Super Readers website, where they can download free posters, sticker sheets, and other prizes and activities as they chart their own reading accomplishments.

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