National Geographic Kids Leveled Readers and Super 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, 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.

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National Geographic is well know for their beautiful photographs and these books do not disappoint. The photos have sparked so many questions from my kids – further developing their knowledge of animals, historical events, and the sciences. Read the full review
- The New Modern Momma

We’re kind of leveled reader junkies right now because they’re so easy to transport (thin! lightweight!) and they have a fewer words per page, which allow my kids to focus on both the content and the pictures. Read the full review
- The Windy Wilsons

National Geographic Leveled Readers come in several levels and feature the stunning and captivating photographs you’ve come to expect from National Geographic. Plus, they’re not just stories, but a way to learn about the world, simply. Read the full review
- SAHM, plus...

We spent hours poring over these fascinating books. We especially loved the fun facts, silly puns and jokes that were sprinkled throughout the books. Read the full review
- Fawn Prints

Some of the photos are so exquisite, that you almost feel like the actual creature is alive and standing right in front of you. Read the full review
- Our Everyday Harvest

Kids remember what they have read better when they can interact with it and that is what every page of these books does. Read the full review
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