Nanny to Mommy: Discovering our Heroes & Heroines with National Geographic + Giveaway



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Thursday, November 10, 2016

Discovering our Heroes & Heroines with National Geographic + Giveaway

I received complimentary products to provide this review. All opinions are my own.

National Geographic Kids Books is the leading nonfiction publisher for kids and the only publisher with the world’s premier scientific, education, and research organization at its core. They publish more than 100 titles each year and have more than 600 titles currently in print worldwide, with many award-winners, including the best-selling National Geographic Kids Almanac, a leveled readers series, their popular Weird But True series, many STEM-centric titles, and more. Colorful graphics, beautiful photography and rich informative content are hallmarks of our books. Their mission is to inspire kids to learn about the planet and empower them to make it better.

Discovering our Heroes & Heroines with National Geographic + Giveaway


The Book of Heroines: Tales of History's Gutsiest Gals

 Discover true stories of superstars, war heroes, world leaders, gusty gals, and everyday women who changed the world.

From Sacagawea to Mother Teresa, Annie Oakley to Malala Yousafzai, these famous women hiked up their pants and petticoats and charged full-speed ahead to prove girls are just as tough as boys...maybe even tougher. Complete with amazing images and a fun design, this is the book that every kid with a goal, hope, or dream will want to own.

The Book of Heroes: Tales of History's Most Daring Guys
Everybody needs a role model! Discover the true stories of superheroes, rebels, world leaders, action heroes, sports legends, and many more daring dudes, all of whom played their part to make their mark, make a contribution, and make the world a better place.

From Abraham Lincoln to Sitting Bull, Stephen Hawking to Galileo, these cool guys had the boldness, bravery, and brains to meet the challenges of their day. With a fun design, engaging text, and high-quality photographs, this is ultimate hero guide and keepsake for 21st century kids.


We have been a huge fan of Nat Geo Kids books for a while and we are loving our growing collection!

Enter To WIN
One VERY LUCKY Nanny to Mommy reader will receive both books featured above from National Geographic Kids. Entry is simple, just follow the prompts on the Rafflecopter below. Open US only, must be 18+ to enter. Winner chosen via Random.org through Rafflecopter. All winning entries are verified. Please follow us on Facebook to stay up to date with our current giveaways. Good luck!


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Welcome to the 2nd Annual Thankful & Stuffed – A Thanksgiving Giveaway Hop hosted by Karen’s Got Mail & Capturing the Moment! I have teamed up with a fantastic group of bloggers to share some awesome giveaways with our readers. Be sure to hop around to the participating blogs listed below and enter some fabulous giveaways, all of which are worth a minimum of $25!



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28 comments:

  1. I don't have too many heroes. A hero to me has to fill some BIG shoes!! This person has to have integrity, be trustworthy, not be afraid to stand up for what is right and believes in God!!

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  2. My husband is my hero! He works so hard so that I can stay home with the kids!!

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  3. My Dad has always been my hero!

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  4. Jesus Christ is a hero and savior to me.

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  5. Oh gosh, I have many! My Mom is probably the one closest to my heart though! She really is a strong, amazing woman!

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  6. My father, a war veteran, is my hero!

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  7. My Dad was a hero to me. He retired a Colonel from the USAF and gave many years of service. Love & miss you Dad!

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  8. Jesus is my hero because he brought salvation, grace, and mercy to me. My mother was also a hero. She went through hell and back, and persevered. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  9. My Mother is my hero, love and miss her so much!

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  10. My Grandma is my hero to me. She was the kindest person I have ever known.

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  11. My son is a hero to me. He works very hard and such a good guy.

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  12. Our servicemen are hero's to me.

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  13. My son is my hero for he has severe autism and daily life is hard for him but he never gives up and keep trying. He has over come so much and has taught me the true meaning of love, patience and acceptance.

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  14. My hero is a lady that I go see once a week to talk with. She's known me for over 20 years and is always helpful and encouraging :)

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  15. My mom is always going out of her way to help, whether it's with family or volunteering.

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  16. My mom for sure - shes a cancer survivor, professor, world traveler and an amazing roll model for me and my daughter

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  17. A hero to me is someone who treats people fairly. I'm afraid there are very few people who treat people fairly in politics. I'm afraid rural people are going to be disappointed after voting for exactly the people who have been harming them for decades.

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  18. Bernie Sanders is my hero; a politician who genuinely looks out for and wants the best for the people he serves. He's more than just a politician; he's an activist and an inspiration.

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  19. My son is my hero. He never gave up on getting his degree to teach special ed, even though it took him 6 years.

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  20. A hero to me is Frederick Banting

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  21. My mom is my hero. She lives every day in chronic, debilitating pain & never gives up. Thanks for the chance.

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  22. My husband is mine and my daughter's hero. He is active duty in the U.S. Navy. We are so proud of him!

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  23. My grandmom is my all time hero

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  24. My husband is my hero. He is in the Army and not only a soldier who loves his country but also a great dad and best friend.
    Laurie Emerson

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Diana