5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3 (National Geographic Kids) Review


Hello parents and grandparents!  Welcome to my 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3 (National Geographic Kids) Review; another one of my fact books for boys full of fun facts that would intrigue your son(s) or grandson(s), and one of my good books for raising boys.

If you have never visited my site, then you should know that I have a son; and for all of you parents and grandparents out there who are continuously challenged as I am, we do what we can to accommodate for our son's and grandson's development and enjoyment.  You should also know that I never review a product that I would not purchase myself on behalf of my son.  I have read the reviews from customers who have read this book so that I may better help you to make the right decision.

Knowledge is power! This great informational book is the third of three in this series that is stuffed with colorful images, fun facts; and all a quick easy read for your son(s) or grandson(s).

Quick Overview:

  • The Good:
  • The Bad:

My Overall Take: Finding good books for raising boys requires us parents and grandparents to do our research, only to hope we get it right?  The look of this book is designed to capture and ignite a boy’s curiosity; and does so by nicely presenting colorfully striking pages with easy to grasp and understand facts, lots and lots and lots of them!

The Good:

Your son(s) or grandson(s) will be thrilled with all the wonderful short fun facts that this book beautifully presents in its amazing and eye-catching design with lots and lots of pictures which makes it visually appealing. The book is also loved by all – boys, parents, and grandparents alike for a lot of different reasons; the boys get to learn all kinds of cool stuff while the parents and grandparents get the pleasure of seeing their son(s) and grandson(s) being entertained and educated.

The Bad:

Regarding this book, and all three in the series, there does seem to be some consistency with people stating that the font size is too small, which could be a problem for younger boys of 8 or 9 years old; something for you parents and grandparents to think about if you are considering this book. Also, a few others thought that the book was just too much with too many facts and information – perhaps so much that it would become overwhelming for some. Other than that, it was challenging to find any real faults with this book, although one individual did receive a book that had upside-down pages. 

Things to Know:

Do not expect to find a lot of facts with detailed explanations as to why they are true, because there are no explanations, rather you will find the facts and only the facts to these and other subjects as well:

  1. Aliens
  2. Bioluminescence
  3. Breakfast
  4. Bubblegum
  5. Cars
  6. Gravity
  7. Sloths
  8. Royalty
  9. Wildfires

The Good:

  • Great fact book
  • Visually appealing
  • Loved by all

The Bad:

  • Small fonts
  • Overwhelming facts
  • Upside down pages

 

My Overall Take:

Let me reiterate that finding good books for raising boys generally requires a lot of effort, but this book 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3 (National Geographic Kids) makes it very easy to decide as is colorfully eye-catching with a simple layout that is stuffed with a lot of good stuff to ignite a boy’s curiosity.

Visit Amazon directly to see what so many people are saying about this awesome book for boys.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 3 (National Geographic Kids) Review and I look forward to helping you out again and again in the future.

Regards,

Larry