Let’s celebrate! I’ve teamed up with National Geographic Kids Books for a fun review and giveaway of a “Weird But True! Birthday Fun Pack” that is sure to up the fun factor on the big day.
Weird But True! Birthdays (Paperback, $8.99, ages 8-12) This fun-filled fact book takes the cake! Did you know that on each birthday, you are 31,536,000 seconds older than you were on your last birthday? Or that the winner at the world birthday-cake-eating championship ate 14.5 pounds of cake in just under eight minutes? How about that you likely share your birthday with about 20.8 million other people around the globe?
Unwrap 300 wacky facts and pictures showcasing the hilarious history, crazy coincidences, awesome astrological beliefs, and surprising statistics behind birthdays. You’ll be blown away by the world’s craziest cakes, most elaborate decorations, and most grandiose gifts to ever commemorate a year in the life.
Weird But Truel World 2023 (Hardcover, $24.99, ages 8-12) A 10 out 10 for gift giving! Discover Earth’s strangest animals, natural formations, festivals, ancient wonders, news, and more in this newest addition to the wildly popular Weird But True! family―an annual compendium of everything Weird But True! fans love … and then some.
Readers will journey across the seven continents, dive into the ocean, and even blast off into space to discover a whole wide world of weird. From the troll doll bug of Suriname to the Bog Snorkeling Championships in Wales to a technicolor village in Indonesia, Weird But True! World offers an unparalleled, adventure-filled exploration of our world’s amazing uniqueness.
Helpful links and social media info:
- National Geographic Kids Books twitter – @NGKidsBks
- National Geographic Kids Facebook – @nationalgeographickids
- National Geographic Kids website: http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/
Check out all things Weird But True! at https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/weird-but-true
My favorite books as a child were Aesops Fables and Grimm’s Fairy Tales.
I loved humorous books when I was a kid.
I liked books about kids my own age.
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