Wednesday, November 16, 2016

National Geographic's The Book of Heroes and The Book of Heroines + A GIVEAWAY!!

Disclaimer: I received the following product(s) in exchange for my review. All opinions my own.

   Did you know that National Geographic publishes more than 100 books a year and has more than 600 titles currently in print world wide? Many of their pieces are award-winners and best sellers including the National Geographic Kids Almanac and the Weird But True series. These books are filled with informative facts, colorful graphics and beautiful photography to keep kids attention. One of National Geographic's missions is to inspire kids to learn, and empower them to make the world better.


   National Geographic recently published The Book of Heroes and The Book of Heroines, equally filled with the men and women hero's of our world. They focus on people such as Mother Teresa, Michael Jordan, Tina Fey, Galileo, Emma Watson, and so much more. Each book is filled with true stories of these amazing people. Whether it be a superstar, war hero, world leader, peacemaker, sports legend, ect., these people are widely admired for their accomplishments.


   Are there any heroes or heroines close to you in your own life? A hero can be anyone who you deem one; but every hero shares similar qualities. They are courageous, compassionate, competent, inspiring, they never quit, and they leap to take action. Allowing your children to learn about heroes and heroines around the world is a wonderful thing. It can teach them to be a hero in their own life, as well as see real life heroes all around them. In both of the National Geographic books, you and your children can read story after story of these amazing people who are real life hero's that walk the world around us.


The Book of Heroes and The Book of Heroines are available for purchase in many bookstores around the world for a retail price of $14.99. They are also available on Amazon in the links below:

The Book of Heroes: http://amzn.to/2beAC6A
The Book of Heroines: http://amzn.to/2by07NU

If you would like to connect with National Geographic Kids Books online, visit kids.nationalgeographic.com where you can see their latest products and you will also have access to special offers and discounts! You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter.

*And guess what?! One reader will have the chance to win your very own set of National Geographic Hero and Heroine Books! Please enter the Rafflecopter below and I will choose a winner shortly. Good luck! 

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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.

21 comments:

  1. My husband is my daughter's hero. He is active duty in the U.S. Navy. She is very proud of him!

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  2. My heroes are our armed forces who protect our freedom.

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  3. My hero is my husband - he is the kindest, most selfless person I've ever known. marsali(at)byu(dot)net

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  4. My grandfather is my hero. He was the most honorable person I've ever known.

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  5. My son is my hero... Marine, Firefighter, Paramedic.

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  6. My dad is a hero. He's beat cancer multiple times and has saved me from really low points in life.

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  7. My grandpa is my hero. He is a WW2 veteran.

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  8. My Dad was hero. He passed when I was 8.

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  9. My husband is my hero. He fought in Iraq, he fights for his family daily. He suffers from PTSD and keeps moving forward. He's my hero, always.

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  10. Anne Frank and Eleanor Roosevelt are two of my personal heroes.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  11. My husband is my hero. He always takes care of me.

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  12. my hero is my husband. he works two jobs with no days off, even when hes sick... so i can better myself

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  13. My hero is my mom, who is the most selfless person I know. (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

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  14. My grandmother will always be my hero!

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  15. My parents are my heroes; they keep things going.

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  16. My wife is my hero because she holds everything together.

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  17. my mother is very helpful and supportive as my hero.

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  18. Getting things done and hard working, my mother is my greatest hero.

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