New Mommy Bliss: Day 7: National Geographic Kids Book of Heroes and Heroines! #12DaysOfGiveaways

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Day 7: National Geographic Kids Book of Heroes and Heroines! #12DaysOfGiveaways

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Disclosure: I received this product for free from Moms Meet (momsmeet.com, May Media Group LLC) who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my honest opinion on my blog. The opinions posted are my own.


I am one who loves to read and was very excited when my daughter really started getting into story books. She has me read 1-2 books a night and sometimes she has me read the same book twice. I was very excited to be chosen to review and giveaway the National Geographic Kids Book of Heroes and the Book of Heroines. Read on to see what we loved about the book and what you'd love too!



I truly love the National Geographic Kids books because they are appealing to all kids. They provide  amazing quality images, vibrant colors, and look way more intriguing. You may be thinking that this book is all pictures and sparse words, but that is incorrect! These books have a great balance of Words to images that keep the kids interested, but also give them enough information to learn about these Heroes and Heroines.


These books talk about real life heroes and heroines including world leaders, peacemakers, war heroes, sports legends, super heroes, and superstars. It's also important that you know that fictional characters can be real heroes too due to the way their morals are. Even Harry Potter, which is Gabriella's Dad's FAVORITE Character, makes and appearance in the book.  This truly opens the discussion with children as to what a hero or Heroine might mean to them and who a hero might be in their life.


Not only is my child learning about heroes and heroines, but Mommy is too! There are so many incredible facts in here that I wonder how I could've ever overlooked them. I must confess that in all my Disney years, I did NOT know that Mulan was based on a true person! I know Pocahontas was, but Mulan? Wow!

The Book of Heroes can be purchased here and The Book of Heroines can be purchased here. They both retail for $14.99 and can also be found wherever books are sold including Barnes & Noble, Books-a-million, The National Geographic store, and Amazon. 


Feeling lucky? You can enter below to win a copy of both books!



14 comments:

  1. She likes independent strong females like Merida from "Brave"

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  2. Right now, she's loving wonder woman!

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  3. My daughters favorite hero is Iron Man and David from the Bible.

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  4. My favorite is Thor. My daughter likes Spider-Man.

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  5. our son loves the incredible hulk, he is his favorite superhero

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  6. My son's hero is Greg Olsen of the Carolina Panthers.

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  7. My child's favorite hero is her grandfather.
    Laurie Emerson

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  8. One of my favorite heroins is Rosa Parks, she showed so much courage, she was a remarkable woman.

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