National Geographic goes electric

I always wanted to be a vet when I was a kid so I  loved National Geographic magazine. Then I grew up and met biochemistry and dissections at university and my dreams changed.  National Geographic continues to produce amazing material through the National Geographic Digital Archive which includes:

National Geographic Magazine Archive, 1888-Current

  • online access to all articles, maps and images.

National Geographic People, Animals and the World

  • Full-text books on travel, science, history, animals and cultures;
  • Full-text National Geographic Traveler magazine from 2010 onwards;
  • Videos, maps, atlases and downloadable images.

National Geographic Kids

You can search this as a standalone product or through the National Geographic Archive. Geared toward 6-14 year olds it includes:

  • National Geographic Kids magazine 2009-present;
  • National Geographic Kids books;
  • Downloadable images perfect for homework.

All you need is your library card number, password/PIN and a sense of wonder!
Who doesn't want to know that bolts of lightning can shoot out of an erupting volcano?

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