National Geographic Little Kids Book of Animals Personalised Book
National Geographic Little Kids Book of Animals Personalized Book
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Explore the rain forest, the ocean, and the icecaps with this personalised guide for your animal-lover! National Geographic Little Kids Book of Animals is a colorful introduction to some of the world’s coolest creatures. From blue morpho butterflies and red-eyed tree frogs to tigers and polar bears, this personalised guide is sure to indulge your junior explorer.


Each page features beautiful photos of the animal alongside quick facts about its size, diet, and habitat. Questions like “How fast can you run?” are woven throughout to keep your little one’s interest.


Personalise this book with your child’s name, photo, and an encouraging dedication message to create a memorable keepsake. For a special surprise, check out the final pages, where your child can mark their favorite animal characteristics, then draw themselves as their favorite animal!

Product Details

  • Hardcover & Paperback
  • Size: 22 cm x 22 cm
  • Pages: 32
  • Age Range: 4 to 7

Personalization

  • Name on cover and throughout book
  • Dedication message on page 2
  • Photo appears on pages 2 and 27
  • Hometown with activity on page 27

What Readers are Saying

Average Rating:
5.0 - based on 2 review(s)

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    Liz
    07/186/2019 07/06/2019
    • 5.0
    What every child needs
    They look very good great for the children they love the pictures and love having there in in print that makes them wont to read or learn to read. Very good quality
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      Brianb
      11/309/2019 11/06/2019
      • 5.0
      Brilliant
      As a granddad I really like these. I await my grandson’s reaction but I suspect he will be thrilled, especially seeing his name a photo in the books.
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