Fact Books for Boys


Hi parents and grandparents! Welcome to my comparison of Fact Books for Boys where I have carefully chosen an excellent collection of books (ages 8-13±) that will help our son(s) or grandson(s) to quickly and easily learn facts about everything and anything. All these books qualify as good books for raising boys, present a vast area of subjects, and will inspire our son(s) or grandson(s) to want to know...  

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1) 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) (National Geographic Kids) Review

 The Good:

  • Loved by boys
  • Recommended by parents and grandparents
  • Great fact book
  • Great gift for your son(s) or grandson(s)

The Bad:

  • Small fonts
  • Upside down pages

My Overall Take:

5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) (National Geographic Kids) is appealing to boys through its use of great colorful illustrations and short easy-reading facts; this is the type of book that your son(s) or grandson(s) will be able to access a huge assortment of categories with topics that are quickly read, so it can be picked up or put down quickly without missing a beat. Even a great read for adults, as there are so many topics that you are likely to stumble across that you may have been curious about, or had no knowledge about altogether; which translates into quality time with your son(s) or grandson(s).

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2) 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) 2 (National Geographic Kids) Review

The Good:

  • Great fact book
  • Loved by all

The Bad:

  • Upside down pages
  • Overwhelming facts

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!) 2 (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.

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

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.

Check out my review