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.
Did you know that a lion's roar can be heard up to five miles away? Or that an astronaut's heartbeat slows down in space? It's all totally weird ... but true! This colorful, engaging book explores 350 outrageous facts like these that are sure to thrill and delight kids of all ages.
In this captivating photo book, celebrated National Geographic photojournalist Joel Sartore continues his Photo Ark quest, photographing species around the world that are escaping extinction thanks to human efforts.
For avian enthusiasts, from armchair observers to dedicated life-listers, this brilliant book from acclaimed National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore celebrates the beauty of all birds, great and small.
Did you know that a great white shark can weigh as much as 15 gorillas? Or that meteorites the size of basketballs land on Earth about once a month? It's all totally weird ... but true! This colorful, engaging book explores 350 outrageous facts like these that are sure to thrill and delight kids of all ages.
This entry in National Geographic's best-selling Weird But True series features animals! Get ready to ooh, ahh, and awww with wacky stats, tidbits, and trivia about the many ways animals can be incredibly WEIRD!
Classic stories from Greek mythology come to life in this latest single-subject themed book in the Weird But True spin-off series, Know-It-All. Strange facts accompanied by lush original full-color art cover everything kids need to know about Greek gods, heroes, monsters, and more.
Did you know that fish sometimes cough, or that alligator teeth are hollow? It's all weird ... but true! This colorful, engaging book explores 350 outrageous facts like these that are sure to thrill and delight kids of all ages.
Did you know that peanut butter can be turned into a diamond? Or that the world's oldest pet goldfish lived to be 43 years old? It's all totally weird ... but true! This colorful, engaging book explores 350 outrageous facts like these that are sure to thrill and delight kids of all ages.
Did you know that volcanoes once erupted on the moon, or that a group of sharks is called a shiver? It's all weird ... but true! This colorful, engaging book explores 350 outrageous facts like these that are sure to thrill and delight kids of all ages.
This lush book of photography represents National Geographic's Photo Ark, a major cross-platform initiative and lifelong project by photographer Joel Sartore to make portraits of the world's animals, especially those that are endangered.
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 new National Geographic Treasury of Greek Mythology offers timeless stories of Greek myths in a beautiful new volume. This imaginative, wonderfully illustrated book has received accolades from School Library Journal, the California Reading Association, and the Association for Library Services to Children.
Packed with 380 color photographs and 80 detailed, color maps, this handy, practical, guide offers comprehensive information on the crown jewels of the national park system: the 58 scenic national parks that conserve and protect the flora and fauna in some of our nation's last wilderness areas.
A howling wolf, a stalking tiger, a playful panda, a dancing bird - pairing the stunning photography of National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore with the delicate mix of poetry and prose of Newbery award-winning author Kwame Alexander, this lush picture book celebrates the beauty, diversity, and fragility of the animal world.
Space is still the final frontier and Mars continues to make news and attract generations of young people. In this fascinating book, hero-astronaut Buzz Aldrin challenges curious kids to think about Mars as not just a faraway red planet but as a possible future home for Earthlings!
This indispensable National Geographic guide tracks the major roads within Yellowstone National Park and its neighbor Grand Teton National Park. Detailed topographical maps point out where to look for wildlife, geological formations, historical sites, and plants.
With this second edition of National Geographic's Walking London The Best of the City step-by-step guide, you can enjoy this fascinating city with 15 carefully curated itineraries that include local haunts, iconic landmarks, and little-known surprises.
New York is the most varied and lively city in the world. This guide explores the transformation of Manhattan into an innovative district with ecologically sustainable buildings; ventures into the soul food restaurants of Harlem where celebrities from the worlds of music and entertainment dine; investigates the trendy Tribeca district, known for its refurbished industrial buildings, now residential lofts; admires the bohemian-chic style of Chelsea; and visits magnificent museums from the Metropolitan to MoMA, Guggenheim, and the American Museum of Natural History.