April is Here: Time To Celebrate Earth Day with Nat Geo Kids Books

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Earth Day is celebrated annually on April 22nd to raise awareness about environmental issues and promote conservation efforts. It’s a day to reflect on our impact on the planet and take actions to protect it, such as reducing our carbon footprint, conserving water, and recycling. This year we celebrate Earth Day with Nat Geo Kids Books. But, there are many ways to celebrate Earth Day, including participating in community events, planting trees, and advocating for environmental policies.

This year we are sharing books with kids about our natural world — and especially about what we can do to take care of it. It’s important all year long. But Earth Day (4/22!) is a truly unique opportunity to inspire young environmentalists and empower them to help the planet.

April is Here: Time To Celebrate Earth Day with Nat Geo Kids Books

From learning about protecting wild animals and natural habitats to reading about the impact of recycling, the science of trash, and our consumption of natural resources, these bright, beautiful, and engaging titles from Nat Geo Kids Books celebrate our planet and spotlight how each one of us can make a positive impact upon the earth — on Earth Day and every day!  

Our Nat Geo Books list is quite a good one. Starting with: 

This Book Stinks!: Gross Garbage, Rotten Rubbish and the Science of Trash 

Celebrate Earth Day with Nat Geo Kids Books

From e-waste, to waste in space, to innovative trash technology, This Book Stinks! cleverly reveals the smelly (and fascinating). Scoop behind what happens to the 4 MILLION TONS OF TRASH the world generates each day and what we can do to un-stink our planet. 

Readers can go “beyond the bin” and learn the cool science behind landfills. Why it’s so much better to toss a banana peel than a glass bottle, and why being a trash collector can be a risky business.  Rather than being all “doom and gloom” about the subject, This Book Stinks! inspires young eco-warriors kids to take action by including tips and ideas about what they can do to make a difference at home, in their neighborhood, and in their community. 

Another solid National Geographic Kids title,

100 Ways to Make the World Better 

Celebrate Earth Day with Nat Geo Kids Books

Who says kids can’t change the world? If they’ve got the will, Nat Geo Kids can guide the way. With doable activities, hands-on projects, advice from National Geographic explorers, interviews with experts, weird-but-true facts, and more inspiration.  In keeping with the Nat Geo Kids mission, the book is full of practical, positive, and powerful ideas that every kid can consider. From simple acts of kindness to creative adventures to good-for-the-planet projects. 

Enter here to have the chance to win National Geographic Kids Earth Day Book Collection.

Destiny Finds Her Way

Celebrate Earth Day with Nat Geo Kids Books

Newbery Honor winner Margarita Engle and photographer and Sloth Institute Executive Director Sam Trull team up to bring the inspiring and true story to life of how Destiny, a motherless baby sloth, sightless in one eye and rescued by Sam in the Costa Rican rain forest, defies the odds, overcomes her obstacles of limited sight and learns the skills she will need to return to her wild, forest home.   

In addition to learning about Destiny and her journey, readers are immersed in the world of sloths. How sloths are extremely vulnerable to deforestation and sloth rescue in this uplifting story about overcoming obstacles and believing in yourself.

Water! Why Every Drop Counts and How You Can Start Making Waves to Protect it

Did you know the water in your glass could be the same water the dinosaurs drank? Discover more incredible facts about Earth’s water, the water cycle, the challenges facing it, and how your actions can help defend this precious resource. Dive in!
No doubt about it, water is fascinating! It’s also essential. But our planet is facing some serious water problems: Drinkable water isn’t easily accessible to everyone. The demand for water around the globe is increasing while the supply is limited. And some human actions are causing disastrous ripple effects downstream for ecosystems and the animals that live in them.

Hey, Baby!: A Collection of Pictures, Poems, and Stories from Nature’s Nursery

Celebrate Earth Day with Nat Geo Kids Books

Join National Geographic Kids on a trip around the globe to celebrate nature’s nursery. This collection of stunning photography of wee ones of the wild world will inspire, awe, and awww. With dynamic profiles, clever poems, time-tested folktales, amazing rescue stories, and unlikely animal friendships, this book will be a favorite with sleepy little ones, new parents and moms-to-be. Featuring everything from wobbly baby bison to teeny turtles, mini-monkeys to fluffy foxes, this is the perfect keepsake book for the baby animal lover in us all.

Go Wild! Lions

Earth Day is celebrated annually on April 22nd

Play, pounce, hunt, and roar with lions in this lively introduction to these powerful big cats! Learn all about lions, including their awesome body parts, how they hunt, and what life is like in a pride. Little kids will go wild over photos of adorable lion cubs and more as they explore:

  • Where lions live
  • What their families are like
  • How lion babies grow up
  • Other amazing wild cats
  • How lions communicate

Young readers will also find out why lions need our help and what people around the world are doing to protect them. Filled with fun facts, awesome photos, games, and activities that will inspire kids to care about these amazing animals. 

National Geographic Reader: Plants Level 1 Co-Reader 

(PreK/Kindergarten, Paperback, 48 pgs, $5.99) 

Earth Day is celebrated annually on April 22nd

Perfect for parents and kids to read together. Find out how plants grow as well as the different parts of plants, seeds, and flowers. 

The Value of Teaching Our Kids About Earth Day

Teaching kids about Earth Day helps to instill a sense of environmental responsibility. Encourages them to take action toward protecting our planet. It also helps them to understand the impact of their actions on the environment and how they can make a positive difference in their daily lives. This collection of books makes great gift ideas for national geographic kids enthusiasts.

Earth Day Collection

As we celebrate Earth Day, National Geographic Kids Books and For The Love To have partnered to share this entire collection with one of our readers. Here is how you can enter the Earth Day giveaway:

Enter now to have the chance to win National Geographic Kids Earth Day Book Collection

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Open To US and must be 18+ to enter Giveaway Dates ~ 04/08 12:01 AM EST through 04/20 11:59PM EST Good Luck!!

Celebrate Earth Day with Nat Geo Kids Books

7 thoughts on “April is Here: Time To Celebrate Earth Day with Nat Geo Kids Books”

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  7. We will be planning our garden and learning about how to help our Earth through recycling.

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