I received both the “Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas” and “National Parks Guide U.S.A” from National Geographic Kids. This is celebration of National Kids to Parks Day on May 19th(“The National Park Trust and their mascot Buddy Bison wants everyone to have an American park experience and invites every family in America to visit a national, state or local park on this special day.”) Plus these will be great for planning and going on your Summer vacation.
“National Parks Guide U.S.A” is broken up by sections of the States, east, midwest, southwest, and west. It takes you to all the National Parks, tells you some history and gives you some brilliant photos to get you excited. My girls loved this book but not as much as the next book.
“Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas” brings you to each State. Gives you a map, colored photos and some fun facts. I loved taking my girls through the book and showing them all the places I’ve been and all the places I really want to go. Lee got a good laugh at some of the funny facts from each State, such as weird, strange but true laws. At the end of the book are a couple of fun puzzles/activities your child can do and have even more fun.
Whether you are planning a trip, want to use them as teaching tools or just want to have fun looking through these books I know you’ll love them. Lee wants to keep looking through them and is now dreaming of places she’d love to see too.
“The “Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas” contains maps, games, interesting facts and boredom busters (who can spot the wackiest road sign??) to make your next journey an adventure to remember.
If you’re trying to decide which of our country’s amazing national parks to visit, National Geographic Kids, together with the National Park Trust, has created “National Parks Guide U.S.A”. Broken down into regions of the country, this handy guide has all you need to make your visit to these treasured parks an experience your family will never forget.”
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