Kids will have fun learning about every U.S. state in this amazing atlas, packed with maps, stats, facts, and pictures. Eight specially themed maps on nature, population, energy, climate, and more, delve deeper into key issues.
National Geographic author Michael Farquhar uncovers an instance of bad luck, epic misfortune, and unadulterated mayhem tied to every day of the year, from Caligula's blood-soaked end to hotelier Steve Wynn's unfortunate run-in with a priceless Picasso.
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.
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.
Want to know how likely it is that robots will take over the world? Or what Viking heroes were really like? Find out in this guide to all things smart and geeky, from ancient history to sci-fi technology, Marvel super heroes to edible insects, and beyond!
Greek mythology meets cute talking animals in this hilarious adventure fiction series starring Zeus, king of the gods ... ruler of minions ... and ... hamster. He's joined by a crazy crew of critters of the Mount Olympus Pet Center.
The world has changed and this new atlas from the map experts at National Geographic captures the state of the planet with completely updated maps, stats, and fun facts—the perfect paperback reference for curious kids and students.
Empire builders, legendary leaders, revolutionary rebels, powerful pioneers, and more ... discover more than 100 wonder women who prove that girls totally rule in this fascinating book from National Geographic.