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My special needs son has always has had a love for National Geographic Kids products, since we first introduced them to him, a few years ago. He has also developed an incredibly strong love for kids encyclopedia books. The types of books that come with lots of fun facts, pictures and yet a lot of learning presented in a fun way.
Brain Games Kids Game
My kids are board game fanatics and love games that exercise their brains. Brain Games kids is a fun 2+ players game. You can choose a lower difficulty challenge and move slow and steady towards the finish line. Or, you can also choose challenges that have a high degree of difficulty in hopes of charging ahead to win the game. If there are not enough players to form at least two teams, players may also work independently. $19.99
Arabian Nights Book
Classic stories and dazzling illustrations of princesses, kings, sailors, as well as genies come to life in the Arabian folk tales from One Thousand and One Nights and other collections. It includes the stories of Aladdin, Sinbad the Sailor, as well as Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves as retold by author Donna Jo Napoli.
My oldest daughter has been developing a love for reading. As she has started getting into books more and more, she has been reading some of the older books that I grew up with as a child. This book is a great illustrated retelling of some of the best Arabian folk tales. It will definitely be something that she is sure to enjoy. $24.99
How Things Work Book
My autistic son has always had an interesting love for figuring out how things work. He has a number of different encyclopedia style books designed to explain to kids how and why things are the way they are. He loves to read and reread these books constantly. As well as trying to absorb as much information as he possibly can. This book is definitely going to be a new favorite in his collection. $19.99
My youngest daughter has always been into water based animals ever since we first took her to an aquarium. We have actually been to a few aquariums in the last couple of years. Her love of sea animals has increased over time. This reference book of the ocean is definitely something that she will continue to enjoy for a long time. $24.99