Review- National Geographic Kid Level Readers

AllBooksMarina and I have had the fun opportunity to review National Geographic’s Kid Level Readers. And are absolutely thrilled with them!

Just the facts

  • NGK developed this series with experts in literacy education

  • The books are filled with amazing color photos, facts, and fun on every page and feed a child’s natural curiosity about the world and curiosity is a powerful motivation for reading.

  • They are sprinkled with subject-related jokes and puns because laughing helps kids learn.

  • The books feature eye-popping illustrations, bold, bright text, and colorful boxes and callouts that encourage your child to look at the whole page.

  •  Every page of the book challenges the child to interact with it to keep your child interested.

  • Kids can download free posters, sticker sheets, and other prizes and activities as they chart their own reading accomplishments on the NGK website.

These readers are absolutely wonderful! The pages just pop with color as you can see in the pictures.

 Marina was completely engaged by these books. The content grabbed her attention, the pictures and illustrations were bright and colorful. She couldn’t get enough of them. I loved that the reader levels were clearly shown on the front cover. She was able to go through at least one of them on her own.  We are looking forward to adding more of these books to her library.
You can find out more about the fantastic books on their website.
**I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms Meet program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agreed to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacturer of this product.**
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