National Geographic Kids Book Club

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It’s DinoMAYnia! Nat Geo Kids annual celebration of all things Dinosaur!


Earn your PhD(inosaur) degree with all the supercool, cutting-edge dino data jam-packed into this tiny, T-rex-errific tome! Discover game-changing fossil finds, and surprising dinosaur stats. Encounter gentle, long-necked giants; toothy carnivores; and dinosaurs with all sorts of incredible adaptations, like vibrant feathers, massive horns, and spikey battle-ax tails. Meet paleontologists digging up incredible discoveries in the field today, and get answers to questions, like... could you have outrun a T. rex?



New Books (12 books)

Jurassic Smarts: A jam-packed fact book for dinosaur superfans! (Nerdlet)
National Geographic Kids Puzzle Book of Dinosaurs
How to Survive in the Age of Dinosaurs: A handy guide to dodging deadly predators, riding out mega-monsoons, and escaping other perils of the prehistoric
National Geographic Kids Dinosaur Atlas
Weird But True! Dinosaurs: 300 Dino-Mite Facts to Sink Your Teeth Into
National Geographic Kids Ultimate Dinopedia, Second Edition
1,000 Facts About Dinosaurs, Fossils, and Prehistoric Life
Dino Records: The Most Amazing Prehistoric Creatures Ever to Have Lived on Earth!
Absolute Expert: Dinosaurs
Dining With Dinosaurs: A Tasty Guide to Mesozoic Munching
National Geographic Readers Prehistoric Sea Monsters (Level 2)
Prehistoric Mammals

More Fun Books (12 books)

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2025
Explorer Academy Vela: The Sailor Cipher (Book 1)
Ultimate Bugopedia, 2nd Edition: The Most Complete Bug Reference Ever
Can't Get Enough Cat Stuff: Fun Facts, Awesome Info, Cool Games, Silly Jokes, and More!
Weird but True! Know-It-All: U.S. Government
Deadliest Animals on the Planet
Weird But True! Disney: 300 Wonderful Facts to Celebrate the Magic of Disney
Greeking Out: Epic Retellings of Classic Greek Myths
The Ultimate Book of Reptiles: Your guide to the secret lives of these scaly, slithery, and spectacular creatures!
National Geographic Kids Personality Quizzes
Why? The Human Body
Ultimate Mammalpedia

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