National Geographic joins Scribd

August 5, 2014 • Editorial • Views: 217

We’re thrilled to announce another great addition of some of National Geographic’s most popular titles to our library of more than 400,000 books. A lot of us have fond memories of the iconic yellow border gracing the bookshelves and coffee tables of our youth, and we’re proud to bring these world-expanding titles to Scribd.

“Scribd’s wide audience and established brand make them a natural partner. We are very pleased to be adding our books to their flagship subscription product and attracting new readers around the globe,” says Rachel Graham, Senior Director of Digital Book Publishing for National Geographic.

Here’s just a sample of some of the great titles from National Geographic you can enjoy right now on Scribd:


The acclaimed historian Winston Groom tells the gripping story of one of the Civil War’s bloodiest battles in Shiloh, 1862, while in The Aviators, he tells the extraordinary story of three pioneering pilots during the great age of flight.


Forty-five years after setting foot on the moon, Buzz Aldrin again turns toward the heavens with the bestselling Mission to Mars, in which he shares his 20-year plan for getting humans to the red planet.


Researcher and explorer Dan Buettner has dedicated years to studying “Blue Zones” around the world – places where high percentages of people enjoy remarkably long, full lives. In his highly acclaimed, bestselling book The Blue Zones, Buettner shares the habits, diets, outlooks, and stress-coping practices that hold the secrets to longevity.


In Cesar Millan’s Short Guide to a Happy Dog, The dog whisperer shares insights about canine psychology to create stronger, healthier bonds between dogs and their owners.

With National Geographic Kids Chapters titles now available on Scribd, young readers can encounter incredible and true stories from the animal kingdom, including tales of animal friendships and amazing animal heroes.