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Photographer Joel Sartore’s lifelong project to make portraits of the world’s endangered species conveys a powerful message: To know these animals is to save them. With a foreword by acting legend Harrison Ford, this special Earth Day edition of this book is sure to inspire wonder and joy in your home.
National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore and bestselling poet and author Kwame Alexander team up to create a special kids Earth Day edition of the Photo Ark book project, documenting and celebrating endangered species all over the world.
From the team that created the Ultimate Weird but True books, 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything) Volume 3 treats kids to brain candy and eye candy all rolled into one treasure trove with even more high-interest fascinating facts.
The Science of Everything takes readers on a fascinating tour, using plain talk, colorful photography, instructive diagrams, and everyday examples to explain the science behind all the things we take for granted in our modern world.
In this sequel to the best-selling 50 States, 5,000 ideas, National Geographic turns to the most pristine and adventure-filled national, state, and city parks of the United States and Canada, with 5,000 ideas for the ultimate vacation.
Relive the 2016 centennial celebration of the National Parks by reading all about these greatest of American treasures–from Acadia to Zion. Filled with color photos, information on animals, fascinating lists, fun facts, maps, conservation tips, and much more, this book is your trusted guide to these most majestic of places.
With more than 100 charming animal photos to illustrate the animal profiles, plus facts about the creatures' sizes, diets, homes, and more, this book will quickly become a favorite.
How to Speak Dog is a fun, informative, and photographically driven book that helps kids understand what their dog is trying to tell them through body language and behavior.
In this new single-subject Weird But True book from National Geographic, you'll have a blast learning that there's a lot of substance—and weirdness—in every U.S. president's past.