9,000 Book Titles to Choose From
Books are very beneficial for all ages, from kids to adults. Some of the benefits of reading for kids includes developing and improving their concentration, creativity, imagination, language skills, listening skills, and literary skills; exercising their brains, expanding their vocabulary and teaching them about the world they live in. Some of the benefits of reading for adults includes building their vocabulary, improving their concentration and focus, improving their memory, increasing their knowledge, mental stimulation and reducing stress.
VR Science Books, Board Books, and More!
Christmas is almost upon us and Encyclopedia Britannica has something for all ages. From board books to Virtual Reality, there is definitely something for everyone on your list! Encyclopedia Britannica is celebrating their 250th anniversary this year, so you know it’s a name you can trust!
Quarto Knows Books and Calendars
The Quarto Group is an illustrated non-fiction book publisher that was founded in 1976. They produce stunning books and creative projects that are information-rich, stimulating and visually appealing. Their more than 10,000 products are sold in 50 countries and in 40 languages around the world. Quatro books and projects are featured in eight categories: Cooks, Creates, Drives, Explores, Gifts, Homes, Kids, and Lives, in an array of subjects including recipes, art, motorcycles, travel, literature, gardening, and parenting.
Nat Geo Kids Books
National Geographic, Nat Geo for short, is a cable and satellite television network. The channel, available in more than 143 countries and 25 languages, features non-fiction programs that cover topics including adventure, culture, history, nature, outdoors, science and travel. Nat Geo Kids was established so that kids could learn about the world and how it all works. This is done via award-winning apps, books, events, games, magazines, toys, videos and a website. Nat Geo Kids have books that cover a variety of topics including animals, history, nature, science, and space.
Your kids have worked hard all year long (or maybe they haven’t and need a little encouragement to give it their all for next year). Either way, reading is essential this summer. Just because school out does not mean they should completely “break from school”. A good book subscription would be a great end of the year gift to your child.