National Geographic Kids has released titles that make perfect books for Easter baskets. Fill their baskets with timeless treasures that they will be able to enjoy for years to come.
Easter is almost here! Are your kids excited for their Easter baskets while you are dreading the chocolate overload? Instead of pumping them full of sweets, give them something that has a much longer shelf life. Books are an amazing gift idea for Easter baskets and National Geographic Kids has released some great new titles.
Who’s Who in the Bible
It can be difficult to teach kids about the religious events behind Easter when they seem to think it is all about dyeing eggs and finding chocolate. Who’s Who in the Bible is great for kids ages 8-12 to help them understand biblical personalities from the old and new testament. It combines necessary information along with beautiful religious artworks and fast facts to help kids comprehend the bible. With its profiles of significant figures, it also covers their history, archaeology, and geography. It is a helpful introduction to the complexities of the Bible.
A Seed is the Start
With spring in the air, a book about seeds and plant growth is an appropriate for a gift selection for any Easter basket! In A Seed is the Start, Melissa Stewart goes in depth about the life of seeds with incredible, colorful photos that capture plant life from around the world. She discusses everything from how seeds grow, to how they travel as well as the plant cycle.
100 Ways to Make the World Better
It is important to teach children early on that anything is possible. As parents, it is up to us to give them the tools they need to set and work towards goals. They can often feel powerless when it comes to making an impact upon the world, but 100 Ways to Make the World Better guides them through the endless possibilities to change the world. It offers a variety of projects, advice from experts, ideas, motivation, and inspiration to get kids thinking about their impact on the world. This book gives kids the chance to see that they have a voice and the power to do amazing things. Sometimes all they need is a little guidance.
Somebunny Loves Me
Written by Parry Gripp an Emmy-winning singer songwriter, Somebunny Loves Me is fully of fun rhymes about all kinds of pets and animals from fuzzy bunnies to scaly lizards. The stunning full page photos of animals will draw kids in, and the silly rhymes teach them how to take care of their pets. Gripp even offers up advice on how to make a pet music video! A fun and informative book, kids will be tickled to learn about animals, and they can even sing along to the Somebunny Loves Me music video. Be sure to check out Parry Gripp’s YouTube channel for more fun songs.
This year, why not fill those Easter baskets with books they can read over and over.
Thank you to National Geographic for providing these books. All opinions remain our own.