(Win It!) Weird But True! Birthdays and Weird But True! World 2023 are Must-Have Books for Curious Children! ~ Dallas Mom Blog and Fort Worth Mom Blogger: Trendy Mom Reviews
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Friday, February 3, 2023

(Win It!) Weird But True! Birthdays and Weird But True! World 2023 are Must-Have Books for Curious Children!

If you follow regularly, you may know that our oldest son grew up loving National Geographic Kids books!  People often ask how my oldest son does so well in school.  My answer is a little bit of luck and never skimping on good books for him to read!  National Geographic Kids books were a big part of his childhood. Now that my youngest son is in kindergarten, he is a big fan of National Geographic Kids books too! These books engage curious children and make learning fun!  In today's post, I'll tell you about a couple of books that are great for birthday gifts (or any other occassion) and host a giveaway for one lucky reader to receive a fabulous National Geographic Kids prize pack!

The books that I want to highlight are Weird But True! Birthdays and Weird But Truel World 2023. These two books are page turners that kept my kids up late. They have already read the books multiple times!  While I really wanted these books for my youngest son, my tween also read them because he can't resist good National Geographic Kids books either!

Here are quick overviews of the books:

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. 

We hope that you enjoy these fabulous books from the wildly popular Weird But True! family of books!

Win it!
One lucky winner will receive a National Geographic Kids prize pack that contains a copy of Weird But True! Birthdays, a copy of the gift-worthy Weird But Truel World 2023, an 8" SQUISHY birthday cupcake plush, a crazy straw Weird But True! tumbler, a cake-scented pencil, a delish (and easy!) recipe for party pops and eco-friendly multi-use confetti and paper honeycomb balloon.  Enter using the Rafflecopter below. The winner must have a U.S. shipping address. No P.O. boxes. The winner will have 72 hours to respond to our email or else we select a different winner. Good luck!

Learn More
Visit National Geographic Kids Books on their website!
Check out all things Weird but True here!
Follow National Geographic Kids Books on Twitter and Facebook!

Thanks to National Geographic Kids for sponsoring this post!

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