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The Old Farmer's Almanac for Kids - Special Offer

SKU: KIDS765

When you buy our new Almanac for Kids, Volume 7, GET Volumes 5 and 6 for FREE 

(That's a $19.90 value!)


The Old Farmer's Almanac for Kids, Volume 7

Kids love it! Adults can’t put it down!

Inspired by the wit and wisdom of North America’s favorite “Old” friend, the Almanac for Kids features a treasure trove of fun facts, creative activities, and great ideas that will keep kids of all ages loving learning the whole year through! The secrets and surprises in this edition promise hours of fun, with memory tricks; spring-season traditions; the history of soap; an investigation of “dirt,” and guidance on creating a fairy garden; kids who can bird-call, beavers that build, and moose on the loose; crickets and puppies as pets; weather disasters and natural ways to make your own predictions; state songs; record-setting suggestions; and much, much more! Inside, you’ll find amazing stories, quirky facts, natural wonders, and loads of things to do, such as . . .

⇒ Learn how to play marbles! p. 166
⇒ Befriend a cricket! p. 150
⇒ Set a world record! p. 176
⇒ Host a backyard campout! p. 19
⇒ Welcome fairies to your yard! p. 72
⇒ Make a time capsule! p. 131
⇒ Plus a whole lot more!

All of the activities and topics in this award-winning series are specially selected and developed for kids—and people who are kids at heart!

  • Limit 2 per person
  • Ages 8-12
  • Printed in Crawfordsville, Indiana
  • Softcover
  • Size: 5 5/8" x 8 1/4"
  • 192 pages

This  Almanac for Kids special offer includes: Volume 7, Volume 6, and Volume 5

 

 

 

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Kids' Almanacs
Written by Ms. GRACE and HER MAMAN on Nov 22nd 2017

However we cold get volumes 1 through 4, it would be great. We did not know of these until signed up for email. These will be a set for us grownups and volumes to give to children we know near and far. The range of subjects and activities are wonderful for school weekends and vacations, not to mention ill children, weather closings and home school. If we could afford entire sets for families, we would get them. Right now, it is one per household to share the knowledge and incite interest.

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