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National Geographic Little Kids

National Geographic Little Kids November/December 2019

National Geographic Little Kids magazine - perfect for children ages 3 to 6. Irresistible photos and simple text to enhance early reading experiences, along with games, puzzles, and activities, that turn playtime into learning time.

United States
National Geographic Society
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6 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
think like a scientist: penguins

1 min.
blue morpho butterfly

Bright blue color shows as the butterfly’s wings flap down. The blue almost disappears when its wings flap up. That is because the undersides of its wings are brownish. FROM THE PAGES OF FACTS FOOD Juices of rotten fruit, fungus, tree sap, wet mud SIZE FIVE-YEAR-OLD'S HAND…

1 min.
wild cards

red panda FUN FACTS Red pandas spend most of their time in trees. That is where they sleep and eat. They munch on bamboo, fruit, bugs, and eggs. leafhopper FUN FACTS There are hundreds of species, or kinds, of leafhoppers. A leafhopper can hop more than 100 times the length of its body grizzled tree kangaroo FUN FACTS The tree kangaroo is a marsupial. The mother carries her babies in a pouch on her belly. Long claws help the animal climb trees. scarlet tanager FUN FACTS The male scarlet tanager is bright red with black wings. The female tanager is not brightly colored. She is a yellowish green. Canada lynx FUN FACTS Snowshoe hares are the Canada lynx’s favorite food. A lynx often hides behind a bush and leaps out to catch a hare passing by. giant tortoise FUN FACTS Giant tortoises are the largest of all…