National Geographic Kids The Book Of Heroes And The Book Of Heroines!

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National Geographic Kids Books is the leading nonfiction publisher for kids and the only publisher with the world’s premier scientific, education, and research organization at its core. We publish more than 100 titles each year and have more than 600 titles currently in print worldwide, with many award-winners, including the best-selling National Geographic Kids Almanac, a leveled readers series, their popular Weird But True series, many STEM-centric titles, and more. Colorful graphics, beautiful photography and rich informative content are hallmarks of their books. Their mission is to inspire kids to learn about the planet and empower them to make it better.

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The Book of Heroes: http://amzn.to/2beAC6A
The Book of Heroines: http://amzn.to/2by07NU

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I really want my children to know that if they have a dream it is possible to achieve it as long as they work hard for it. The heroes in the Book of Heroines and the Book of Heroes are great examples of this. Read the full review
- Saved by the Mommy

My daughter was especially excited to find Misty Copeland and Hillary Clinton inside The Book of Heroines. Read the full review
- Not in Jersey

The books served as a great reminder for my children that you don’t have to follow in someone’s exact footsteps to make a difference. Read the full review
- A Modern Day Fairytale

My kids are soaking in this new knowledge, and they’re going into the world each day knowing how to stand up for what’s right and make a difference. Read the full review
- Game on Mom!

Both books are a great way to share with your children that you do not need to have a super power such as x-ray vision, flying, etc. to be a superhero. Read the full review
- Des Moines Parent

I felt honored sitting down with my girls and reading The Book of Heroines. It opened conversations about the fact that courage is no respecter of gender. Read the full review
- Lady Nod

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