Spotlight On: Children’s Magazines

Children’s Magazines: We have a selection of magazines that are geared towards children that can be checked out for three weeks. The magazines are located in the children’s area, straight to the back when you walk in. The issues on the top are the newest ones that cannot be checked out, but if you life up the shelves there are back issues that can be checked out.

American Girl

American Girl magazine is always spirited, wholesome, and fun. It’s the magazine that lets girls be girls! Each bimonthly issue is packed with fun & friendship, party plans, crafts, real girls’ stories, quizzes and contests.

 

Ask!

ASK magazine is an innovative children’s publication that focuses on the arts and sciences.

 

 

Fun for Kidz

The magazines promote sensitivity in the child’s relationship to animals, their peers, and the adult world. Philosophically, the material in these magazines emphasizes wholesome, innocent, childhood interests. The objective is to cultivate and develop these interests and values, not to skip over them, or their importance to young adulthood.

High Five

High Five is an exciting, colorful, fun-filled magazine developed by the early childhood experts at Highlights to encourage and inspire tender hearts and curious young minds.

 

Lego Life

LEGO Life Magazine is the ultimate print experience for LEGO fans. The magazine will be in your mail box filled with awesome stuff like comics, fun activities, challenging competitions and interviews. Keep up with your favorite characters and themes, and discover what other LEGO builders are creating.

Muse

MUSE magazine is the arts and science magazine for kids from 9 to 14 that’s spot on with the facts, but off-kilter with the jokes. Kids who want to know how to keep robots from taking over the world or whether animals can think will find the answers here.

 

National Geographic Kids

Perfect for kids ages 6 and up, each issue is packed with stories about wildlife, science, technology, popular culture, and more articles designed to keep kids reading, thinking, learning and having fun!

 

New Moon Girls

New Moon Girls is the unique, ad-free, global magazine and fully-moderated social network for learning and creative self-expression. Best quality content by/for grades 3-8 explores the world and develops empathy and confidence.

 

Ranger Rick

Ranger Rick is for children ages 7 and up. Each issue is packed with amazing facts, stunning photos and outdoor adventures that help kids sharpen reading skills and develop a deeper appreciation for nature.

 

Sports Illustrated Kids

Sports Illustrated Kids is a monthly spin-off of the weekly U.S. sports magazine Sports Illustrated. SI Kids was launched in January 1989 and includes sports coverage with less vocabulary and more emphasis on humor. The magazine’s secondary purpose is to market sports to children.

Zoobooks

Each Ranger Rick Zoobooks explores the anatomy, habitat, socialization, and ecological role of a single animal or animal group in a vibrant, easy-to-understand way.

 

“Reading is my favorite occupation, when I have leisure for it and books to read.” ~Anne Bronte

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