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Win a Trip to the San Diego Zoo!

Does your little one love to draw and color? Would you like to take an unforgettable summer vacation at the San Diego Zoo, one of the best in the country? Then I've got some exciting news to share with you. To celebrate the new National Geographic Kids personalized books and the San Diego Zoo’s 100th anniversary, Put Me in the Story and National Geographic Kids present the Little Explorer Drawing Contest, where one lucky Grand Prize winner will receive an all-expense paid 4-days/3-nights vacation for a family of 4 at the San Diego Zoo, plus the two new books!

To enter, simply fill out the entry form on the contest page by July 8, 2016. For extra entries, download the free coloring pages on the contest page and share a photo of your child’s drawing on their coloring page with hashtag #ColorAndExplore on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook. You can also upload the drawing to the photo gallery on the contest page. Please make sure your social media posts are made public for your extra entries to count. Besides the Grand Prize, two runners up will each receive National Geographic Little Kids Book of Animals and National Geographic Little Kids Book of Dinosaurs personalized books, along with 1-year subscriptions to National Geographic Kids magazine and National Geographic magazine.

National Geographic Little Kids Book of Animals

Explore the rain forest, the ocean, and the icecaps with this personalized guide for your animal-lover! National Geographic Little Kids Book of Animals is a colorful introduction to some of the world’s coolest creatures. From blue morpho butterflies and red-eyed tree frogs to tigers and polar bears, this personalized guide is sure to indulge your junior explorer.

National Geographic Little Kids Book of Dinosaurs

Take a trip back in time with this personalized guide through the prehistoric world! With full-color illustrations, quick facts, and pronunciation guides, National Geographic Little Kids Book of Dinosaurs has plenty of information to captivate your paleontologist-in-training.

This kid-friendly reference book includes dinosaurs of all kinds: big and small, scaled and feathered, meat-eating and plant-eating. Your kiddo will learn fun facts about each dinosaur and answer questions like, “How many plates do you see on the Stegosaurus?”

I received both books personalized for my boys for review. First of all, I'm impressed with the fast and easy ordering process and the amount of personalization allowed for each book. You can not only personalize the books with your child's name, but you can also add her photo and a special dedication message. I'm also very pleased with the premium printing quality and rich contents of the books. The Book of Animals for instance, features beautiful photos of each wild animal alongside quick facts about its size, diet and habitat. Fun questions are raised to keep the young reader thinking and exploring. The books go beyond educating the kids about animals and dinosaurs by encouraging the kids to get creative. On the final pages, your child can mark their favorite animal or dinosaur characteristics, and draw themselves as their favorite animal or dinosaur. My boys had tremendous fun reading and interacting with the books. You can order them for your child through the links above or wait to win them from the contest!

Disclosure: I received free books to facilitate my honest review. All views and opinions expressed are my own. icefairy's Treasure Chest is not responsible for winner selection or prize fulfillment.

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