In this awesome poster and game book—the extension of a popular feature in National Geographic Kids magazine—youngsters get up close and personal with 11 of their favorite animals. Each spread features introductory information to animals like tigers, sea turtles, and wolves, and includes games, facts, and beautiful National Geographic pull-out posters. Kids will use these charming posters to decorate bedroom walls, brighten lockers, or share with friends. And their parents are sure to approve, because they view National Geographic as a reliable, trusted source of fun and learning.
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