Last Updated on September 24, 2022 by ellen
These National Geographic Ocean Animals books are perfect for summertime! If your kids enjoy going to the beach, the aquarium or Disney’s newest Finding Dory movie, I’m sure they’ll enjoy the newest books from National Geographic. They’re just the thing for anyone that wants to “Dive into Summer.”
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National Geographic Ocean Animals Books
Ocean Animals: Who’s Who in the Deep Blue ($12.99, ages 8-12) is an oversized book and it needs to be! Featuring huge, stunning underwater photographs this book covers it all.
You’ll learn more about everything from life in coral reefs to sharks and rays, to bizarre creatures of the deep and even sea birds. It has all the favorites from Finding Dory including, sea lions, octopus, beluga whales, whale sharks and of course clown fish and Dory herself — blue tangs!
Ocean Animals Sticker Activity Book (ages 4-8, $6.99) has over 1,000 cool stickers of the most popular, adorable, ferocious and weird ocean animals, like dolphins, coral, fish, sea turtles, seals and more.
Also included are skill-building puzzles and mazes, spelling and pattern games, drawing, photos, facts, and other activities that will keep kids entertained (and learning) for hours on end. Perfect for road trips and plane rides!
These books are truly loaded with fun activities for the kids to do. I have always been impressed with the National Geographic books for kids. These two books are no different.
The pages are nice and thick and there are even extra stickers to use just in case. If you’re looking for a fun way to add extra learning to the summer or a way to keep them occupied while you’re traveling.
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