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Cricketmag ImageCricketmag Image "Cricket Magazine Group began with the launch of the children's publication Cricket Magazine in 1973. Our current publications for young readers include fourteen different kid's magazines spanning ages from toddlers to teens and focusing on Literature & Imagination, History & Culture, and Science & Ideas. Collectively, our magazines have won every award in North America, including the Association of Educational Publishers Golden Lamp Award and the Parent's Guide to Children's Media Award.

The mission of CRICKET is to inspire children to a lifelong love of reading and learning. In addition to our fourteen children’s magazines, CRICKET offers a unique assortment of enlightening and entertaining products with an emphasis on educational benefits. The variety of books, crafts, toys, and gifts not widely available, all bring a sense of fun to the learning process." ... more
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"Established in 1973, Stone Soup is the leading publisher of children’s writing and art in the English-speaking world. Long a fixture in schools, libraries, and the homes of children ages 8 to 13 who love to read and write, Stone Soup is the perfect gift for creative children.

It is that rare resource that broadens kids’ interests. It challenges, motivates, and stimulates kids to deepen their engagement with reading, writing, and art. An inspiration to generations of children." ... more
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Image Highlights for Children

"Today, Highlights For Children is committed to the same values that guided the Myers' work. Their belief that children experience fun and joy when they use their innate creativity, curiosity, thinking ability and imagination and their commitment to the motto "Fun with a Purpose" can still be found on every page of Highlights magazine, and in an expanding family of products.

Highlights Philosophy

This magazine of wholesome fun is dedicated to helping children grow in basic skills and knowledge, in creativeness, in ability to think and reason, in sensitivity to others, in high ideals and worthy ways of living – for children are the world’s most important people®" ... more

"Zoobooks is the everything-you-wanted-to-know-but-didn't-know-where-to-look children's resource for animals. Each issue delves into topics such as anatomy, habitat, socialization, and reproduction-all on a single animal or animal group-in a vibrant, easy-to-understand way. The series is produced by Wildlife Education, Ltd., a company first established in 1980. Hardcover library editions of the series were first produced in 1983. Zootles magazines and books, for younger readers 2 to 6 years old, were launched in 2005. Then, the animal learning fun was extended to the littlest learners, ages 0 to 2 years old, with the introduction of Zoobies magazines and books in 2008.

Our subscribers number in the hundreds of thousands and enjoy more than just a magazine - they receive the password to our Secret Jungle website with just-for-kids animal games, puzzles and articles PLUS twice monthly e-Safaris that trek through the best animal sites on the web. Welcome to the world of Zoobooks, Zootles and Zoobies!" ... more
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Image Weekly Reader"One of the great innovative forces in American educational publishing, Weekly Reader has been creating cutting-edge, curriculum-rich supplemental materials for more than 100 years. Our unique digital products and 11 award-winning classroom magazines give teachers tools that help them achieve their goals while inspiring students and igniting their love of learning. Every year, Weekly Reader materials reach more than 250,000 teachers and 8 million students from Pre-K to grade 12.

Weekly Reader magazines and digital content are built on a reading-comprehension framework and a scope and sequence that provide teachers with a systematic, sequential progression of vocabulary and concept complexity. Called "Concepts of Comprehension," this research-based curriculum, developed by the non-profit Urban Education Exchange, builds students' understanding of what they read and helps them to move successfully from one academic year to the next.

The Weekly Reader family of classroom magazines is the oldest in the United States, tracing its origins to 1902 and the publication of Current Events. Joined by Current Science in 1927 and, a year later, by the first Weekly Reader magazine, Weekly Reader's portfolio of classroom magazines today comprises 12 publications serving students from Pre-K to grade 12. Organized around grade levels for elementary school students and subject areas for secondary school students, our magazines provide topical information in an engaging format that builds both understanding and critical-thinking skills." ... more
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Dr. Monty DobsonAbout dig™

"dig™ lets young people share in the thrill of archaeological discovery while learning about the cultural, scientific, and architectural traits and beliefs of different societies. Recent developments in the field of archaeology form the magazine's core subject matter. Each issue focuses on one theme, providing a broad understanding of the topic. Colorful graphics, photos, puzzles, games, and hands-on projects enhance cognitive and critical thinking skills.

About Carus Publishing Company

Cobblestone Publishing has been producing high-quality nonfiction magazines for young readers since 1980. Our philosophy is that nonfiction, whether it deals with American or world history, world cultures, archaeology, or science, should be a combination of fascinating pleasure reading and factual resource material that educates and enlightens. Cobblestone Publishing's magazines let young people experience the pleasure of reading through an accurate, fascinating, and authoritative resource that is appropriate in the library, the classroom, and the home." ... more
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National Geographic Kids"National Geographic Kids' mission is to entertain children while educating and exciting them about their world.

It is the original photo-driven kids' magazine, geared toward readers ages 6 to 12, with the exceptional photography you'd expect from the National Geographic brand.

National Geographic Kids is an interactive, multitopic magazine covering animals, entertainment, science, technology, current events, and cultures from around the world.

National Geographic Kids is the magazine that makes it fun to learn about the world." ... more
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About My Light Magazine:

"My Light Magazine is a Catholic centered magazine for children.

The goal is to help Catholic and other Christian children nurture a deeper relationship with God.

Many of our children know about God, but don't have that connection with Him.

We aim to be a lightened path from our children to God himself." ... more
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About St. Mary's Messenger:

"A few years ago, we said a novena to St. Thérèse of Lisieux, and the answer was the idea for St. Mary's Messenger, a Catholic version of Highlights, for ages 7–12.

We developed a sample issue, and gave it to parents, teachers, children, priests, editors, writers, and others, to determine whether there was the need and interest for this new magazine. The answer? An overwhelming yes.

Please pray and ask for the intercession of our Blessed Mother (for whom our magazine is named) and the saints. We've consecrated St. Mary's Messenger to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and the magazine will always be her magazine and for her children, dedicated to the glory of Jesus, Mary and Joseph.

Today, you can subscribe to St. Mary's Messenger as a full-size, 32-page color magazine, published 4 times a year." ... more
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Bayard Canada
"Bayard Canada is a Canadian company, which belongs to the religious community of les Pères Augustins de l'Assomption located in Quebec City. Bayard is a communications company — publishing books, magazines, and websites. Bayard targets three central, but separate, markets, youths up to 18 years old, seniors, and Christians — particularly Catholics

Bayard Canada believes in the dignity of the human person and in the value of the written word. Bayard Canada recognizes the importance of all stages of life and is dedicated to creating a positive future.

For our youth projects, we approach content and issues from a child's perspective, with respect for children's intelligence and critical judgment. Bayard Canada encourages discovery and creative thinking in children, fosters the emotional, intellectual, and physical growth of children, and promotes understanding the importance of options in a child's development.

Bayard Canada's faith-based periodicals and books endeavor to help people better understand and integrate their faith into their daily lives." ... more
This is a small and humble Traditional Catholic web site for kids of all ages and for other Christians who are interested in the Catholic Faith.

It is not our intention to distribute volumes of information about the Catholic faith — there are hundreds of beautiful web sites that have accomplished this. But we want to concentrate on the traditional Catholic prayers and the Holy Rosary, along with links to our favorite Catholic web sites and fun stuff for kids.

We will gladly answer any questions that we can, but we will refer you to our resources to better answer any questions that you may have. We hope you enjoy our little web site and will be inspired by the Holy Spirit to love and practice the Catholic Faith with devotion, and to remember to always seek the truth!

Prayer intentions are always welcome. We pray the Holy Rosary daily for the conversion of sinners.
"The American Chesterton Society works tirelessly to promote the writings and thought of G.K. Chesterton, one of the 20th century’s greatest writers. A convert to the Catholic Church, Chesterton wrote nearly a hundred books during his lifetime, and literally thousands of essays, in newspapers and magazines.

All the issues we struggle with in the 21st century, Chesterton foresaw, and wrote about, in the early 20th century. Social injustice, the culture of death, statism, assaults on religion, and attacks on the family and on the dignity of the human person: Chesterton saw where these trends, already active in his time, would lead us. He was a witty, intelligent, and insightful defender of the poor, the downtrodden, the weak, and especially of the family." ... more
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Catholic Answers
Catholic Answers is one of the nation’s largest lay-run apostolates of Catholic apologetics and evangelization. Its mission statement explains its purpose:

Catholic Answers is an apostolate dedicated to serving Christ by bringing the fullness of Catholic truth to the world. We help good Catholics become better Catholics, bring former Catholics “home,” and lead non-Catholics into the fullness of the faith.

Catholic Answers is one of the nation's largest lay-run apostolates of Catholic apologetics and evangelization. Catholic Answers' plan for the future will allow the apostolate to continue its ministries, both in ongoing operations and also with special projects to address new issues as they arise.

In the upcoming year, we will continue to strive to be faithful servants to God and his Church. To accomplish this, our focus will be to:
- Continue to seek improvements and efficiencies in our existing operations
- Develop new campaigns to address important topical issues as they arise
- Help good Catholics become better Catholics
- Help bring former Catholics "home"
- Help lead non-Catholics into the fullness of the faith
- Continue as good stewards to the financial resources entrusted to us by our supporters" ... more
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"MagnifiKid! is for children between the ages of six and twelve. Subscribers receive the issues on a monthly basis. In each month’s packet, children will find a booklet of sixteen color pages for each Sunday, and also special issues for all major feast days (Christmas, Ash Wednesday, Holy Week, Ascension, Assumption, All Saints Day).

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• To accompany them on the path of daily prayer
• To help them develop and nourish their spiritual lives
• To hand on to them our rich Christian spiritual values
• To encourage them to participate fully in the life of the Church" ... more
Boys' Life, The Boy Scouts of America's Magazine
Junior Baseball logoJunior Baseball Magazine
Junior Baseball

"Junior Baseball is published by JSAN Publishing LLC of Wilton, Conn. Founded in 1996, Junior Baseball is America's oldest independent magazine focused on youth baseball. JuniorBaseball.com is our magazine's Web site.

Junior Baseball connects families to America's favorite pastime.

Kids come to us to learn techniques from their favorite players, celebrate the successes of their peers, keep up with the latest products, and most importantly, have fun while learning to fall in love with the game. Parents and coaches come to us to learn how to best teach their youngsters and encourage the positive, wholesome experience their kids get from Junior Baseball. We're the brand they trust most.

Junior Baseball has gained the support and trust of our audience as the leading authority on learning the game of baseball, both on and off the field. Whether it's Derek Jeter giving his tips on becoming a better shortstop, a 13-year-old authoring his team's experience in winning a tournament at Cooperstown's Dream Park, or survey results from our readers on which MLB stadiums serve the best hot dogs, our content connects readers to the experience of growing up with baseball better than any other magazine in the country.

Our editorial mission is to promote positive, wholesome family values while instructing, informing and entertaining our readers. Unlike other magazines that "choose" between player and parent, Junior Baseball uniquely reaches both groups by blending content that's both "cool" to the kids and educational to parents and coaches. Our most typical 'Letter to the Editor' thanks us for a great article that was shared by the whole family. Sometimes the letter is from the parent. Other times it comes from the child himself." ... more
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