Weird But True! Canada – National Geographic Kids

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When it comes to learning new facts, I don’t think it could ever get old. My kids have always enjoyed books with fun facts that most of us don’t even realize.

Thankfully, we got the chance to check out Weird But True! Canada and it did not disappoint! Even though we live in Canada, we only knew a handful of the facts found in this book!

Weird But True Book Series from National Geographic Kids - Canada, Christmas and More!

Weird But True! Canada

Since we live in Alberta, it was especially fun to pick out the facts about our province. The book even mentioned the largest dinosaur statue, which is one we have visited. After all, what kid doesn’t want to climb inside the mouth of a dinosaur?

The best part is that my kids can now wow their friends with all these cool and little known facts! Weird But True! Canada is also the only country-specific book in the Weird But True! book series! The book contains awesome photos to go along with the fun facts, so you can’t go wrong!

Weird But True Book Series from National Geographic Kids - Canada, Christmas and More!

The original Weird But True! book series is also celebrating their 10th anniversary! To add to the awesome of that, the original 1–10 books in the series have been updated with snazzy new covers and additional facts for readers new and old!

You can snag the books at National Geographic Kids! My kids and I especially enjoyed Weird But True! Christmas. There were so many Christmas facts we had never heard and being knowledgeable about Christmas is something that every child can appreciate!

Weird But True! Canada Contest

Kids ages 6–14 are invited to enter the Weird But True! Canada contest to submit their own verifiable weird facts about their hometown, province, or country at through January 31, 2019.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Moms Meet. Compensation in the form of product was received. All opinions are honest and that of My 3 Little Kittens.