DÉCOUVRIRBIBLIOTHÈQUEMAGAZINES
CATÉGORIES
SÉLECTION DU JOUR
DÉCOUVRIRBIBLIOTHÈQUE
Jeunesse
National Geographic Kids

National Geographic Kids February 2020

National Geographic Kids magazine - the perfect balance between learning and fun! A must-have for children ages 6 and up. Each issue is packed with colorful photos, games, puzzles, fun features and facts about animals, science, technology, and more.

Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
National Geographic Society
Lire plus
J'ACHÈTE CE NUMÉRO
3,70 €(TVA Incluse)
JE M'ABONNE
18,50 €(TVA Incluse)
10 Numéros

Dans ce numéro

1 min.
national geographic kids

Editor in Chief and Vice President, Kids Magazines & Digital Rachel Buchholz Design Director, Magazines Eileen O’Tousa-Crowson Editorial Kay Boatner, Senior Editor / Digital Producer; Allyson Shaw, Associate Editor / Digital Producer Photo Shannon Hibberd, Senior Photo Editor; Hillary Leo, Contributing Photo Editor Production Sean Philpotts, Director Digital Laura Goertzel, Director; Lisa Bosley, Content Liaison PUBLISHED BY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PARTNERS, LLC Chairman of the Board of Directors Peter Rice Chief Executive Officer Gary E. Knell Editorial Director Susan Goldberg Managing Editor, Magazines David Brindley Advertising Offices Kim Connaghan, Vice President, Publisher (212) 822-7431; Detroit Karen Sarris (248) 368-6304; West Coast Eric Josten (424) 292-5715 International Magazine Publishing Yulia Petrossian Boyle, Senior Vice President; Jennifer Jones, Business Manager; Rossana Stella, Editorial Manager Finance Jeannette Swain, Senior Budget Manager; Tammi Colleary-Loach, Senior Manager, Rights Clearance; Veronica Kresse, Business Specialist Consumer Marketing John MacKethan, Vice President and…

1 min.
weird but true!

An AUSTRIAN ORCHESTRA plays MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS made from VEGGIES. Legend says that PIRATE TREASURE might be buried near THE STATUE OF LIBERTY. ABOUT 300 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES ARE SPOKEN IN CHINA. A DOG may YAWN after seeing a HUMAN YAWN. One type of AUSTRALIAN FLOWER spends its entire life UNDERGROUND. The Mwanza flat-headed rock agama lizard resembles SPIDER-MAN. Some experts think HONEYBEES have different PERSONALITIES. NIGHTTIME RAINBOWS are common at Yosemite National Park. Watch Fast Facts for even more crazy-fun facts. natgeokids.com/february ALEXSTAR / DREAMSTIME (CARROTS); NORTH WIND PICTURE ARCHIVES / ALAMY (MAP); JUNIORS / SUPERSTOCK (DOGS); EXACTOSTOCK / SUPERSTOCK (TAKEOUT CONTAINERS), JANKS / DREAMSTIME (CHOPSTICKS), IMAGE DIGITALLY COMPOSED; LAURA MARTINELLI / SHUTTERSTOCK (LIZARD)…

2 min.
incredible animal friends

CAPYBARA WEIGHT 66 to 155 pounds RANGE South America CLAIM TO FAME The capybara is the world’s largest rodent. LISTEN UP Capybaras make a loud barking sound when they’re in danger. They can also purr and whistle. DACHSHUND ORIGIN Most experts believe that dachshunds were first bred in Germany to hunt badgers. MAKES SENSE In German, dachs means badger and hund means dog. HOT DOG Because of its shape, this pup is sometimes called a “sausage dog.” FIRST POOCH President Grover Cleveland had a pet dachshund in the White House. Midway, Arkansas Like a mother duck leading her babies, Cheesecake the capybara is at the head of a parade. But her followers aren’t ducklings, or even baby capybaras. They’re abandoned dachshund puppies. The seven pups love to wrestle with their rodent babysitter. When they tire of playing, the dachshunds march into…

1 min.
guinness world records

SPEEDY ROBOT This guy may need running shoes. Clocking in at 5.6 miles an hour, ASIMO is the fastest-running humanoid robot in the world. The bot’s secret? Highly responsive hardware and flexible joints allow it to move like a human. Don’t worry about being outrun by a robot, though. ASIMO sprints at about half the speed of an average jogger. GINORMOUS SKATEBOARD Too bad no one can do any tricks on this skateboard. Measuring 36 feet 7 inches long and nearly four feet tall, the longest skateboard is almost the same length as a standard school bus. Up to 10 riders can fit on the board, which is equipped with four race-car tires for a smooth ride. Now where’s the giant half-pipe? SUPER-TINY DOG Meet your new tiniest BFF. Only six inches long, Heaven Sent…

1 min.
bet you didn't know!

1 Legend says that Aztec ruler Moctezuma drank 50 cups of chocolate a day. 2 Maine is home to a 1,700-pound chocolate moose named Lenny. 3 A 100-year-old chocolate bar sold for nearly $700. 4 The average American eats about 10 pounds of chocolate a year. That’s as heavy as some bowling balls! 5 Hershey’s Kisses were probably named for the puckering sound made by the machine that first produced the candy. 6 One giant box of chocolates had 90,090 individual treats. 7 About 1,000 chocolate chips are in a pound. For more fun facts, watch Things You Wanna Know! natgeokids.com/february…

1 min.
brain candy

DURING THE MIDDLE AGES, PEOPLE THOUGHT KISSING A DONKEY HELPED RELIEVE A TOOTHACHE. BRISTLES ON THE FIRST TOOTHBRUSHES WERE MADE FROM PIG HAIR. ANCIENT EGYPTIANS USED TOOTHPASTE MADE OF OX HOOVES AND BURNT EGGSHELLS. DIVERS EXPLORING A 17TH-CENTURY SHIPWRECK FOUND A GOLDEN TOOL THAT WAS BOTH A TOOTHPICK AND AN EARWAX SPOON. CHECK OUT THE BOOK! ALFERNEC / SHUTTERSTOCK (DONKEY); OKSANA 2010 / SHUTTERSTOCK (TOOTHBRUSH); RED2000CREATIVE / SHUTTER-STOCK (EGGSHELLS); CAROL TEDESCO / FLORIDA KEYS NEWS BUREAU VIA GETTY IMAGES / GETTY IMAGES (GOLD TOOL)…