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Kid's Magazines Links

  1. Adventure with Posnayko - offers an online educational magazine for junior children featuring games, stories, pictures, jokes, and music for kids and parents.
  2. All Round Magazine - radical magazine for children of all ages who love the Earth.
  3. Best Interests - news and resources for professionals and volunteers who advocate in the best interests of abused and neglected children.
  4. Yahooligans! Book Club - celebrities share their favorite children's books. Also features Yahooligans! recommendations and kids' reviews of book club titles.
  5. Boys' Life - magazine for all boys.
  6. Children's Literature - publishes a monthly newsletter of reviews, and also publishes bibliographies and other guides to children's literature. Site includes sample reviews and profiles of authors and illustrators.
  7. Cricket Magazine Group - publishers of Babybug, Ladybug, Spider, Cricket, and Cicada. Educational magazines for all levels of readers.
  8. CyberKids - online magazine for kids that contains stories, artwork, puzzles, and more, created mostly by other kids.
  9. Dig Archaeology Magazine for Kids - children's magazine on archaeology from the publishers of Archaeology Magazine.
  10. First Word Bulletin, The - short literature by native English speakers, for Spanish speakers learning English as a second language.
  11. Fun Room, The - games, crafts, recipes, and other fun and educational things for kids and families to do and see.
  12. Highlights - includes activities subscriptions, customer services, shopping, and parents' corner.
  13. HiPMag Online - HiP Magazine for deaf and hard-of-hearing kids and their pals worldwide.
  14. Indy's Inquisitive Kids - online and print magazine intended for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade teachers and students.
  15. Junior League Baseball Magazine - devoted to kids and parents who play and love baseball.
  16. K.I.D.S. Report - publication produced by K-12 students as a resource to other K-12 students. Classes select and annotate all resources.
  17. Kid Crosswords and Other Puzzles - free publication providing educators with puzzles to use along with their regular class assignments.
  18. Kid's Life, A - contains activities, advice and separate moderated forums for boys and girls.
  19. Kids' Castle - read articles, look at pictures, and post messages about people and topics in sports, history, science, art, dance, and much more from Smithsonian Magazine.
  20. KidsReport.Com - newspaper by kids, for kids. Includes articles about entertainment, sports, life and style, and creativity.
  21. kidsworld-online - for kids aged 8 - 12. Includes games, puzzles, polls, contests, and more.
  22. KIND News (Kids in Nature's Defense) - monthly publication for kids who care about people, animals, and the Earth.
  23. Little People Collection - online South African children's magazine containing activity pages, mom's newsgroups, reviews, and more.
  24. Magazine, The - offers articles, word play, jokes, and more.
  25. MetroKids - monthly publication with resources for parents in the Delaware Valley.
  26. MidLink - electronic magazine for kids in the middle grades--generally ages 10 to 15.
  27. National Geographic Explorer - online edition of the classroom magazine complete with articles, contests, adventures, and archives.
  28. Odyssey Magazine - science magazine aimed at kids aged 10-16.
  29. OWLkids Online - online home of Chirp, ChickaDee, and Owl magazines for children of all ages. Includes games, puzzles, coloring pages, current events, and more.
  30. Scholastic News
  31. Science Made Simple - offering a subscription newsletter with answers to common science questions, projects and experiments, and unit measurement conversions.
  32. Sports Illustrated for Kids - features news, games, e-cards, fantasy sports, and more.
  33. Stone Soup - the magazine by young writers and artists.
  34. Time For Kids - version of the popular news magazine for children.
  35. Weekly Reader Galaxy - educational magazine with sections for kids, teens, teachers, and parents.
  36. Wired OWL - animals, space, science with Dr. Zed, puzzles, and more for ages 8 and up.
  37. World Kid Magazine - features art, games, family exhibits, and postcards.
  38. World Magazine - fascinating facts, interesting kids and cool games. All you need to bring is curiosity.
  39. YES Mag - Canada's science magazine for kids.
  40. YO! (Youth Outlook) - news journal published by Pacific News Service, bringing you the world through young people's eyes.
  41. Bedtime Stories For Children - tales by Thronton W. Burgess, starring Peter Rabbit, Joe Otter, Hooty the Owl, Jerry Muskrat, and Bobby Raccoon.
  42. Candlelight Stories - publishes illustrated family entertainment and takes submissions from writers and illustrators.
  43. Kids' Corner - online, illustrated versions of Beatrix Potter's work, including Peter Rabbit, Miss Moppet, and Jeremy Fisher.
  44. Looking Glass, The - electronic journal about children's literature. Departments include humour, opinion, illustration, translation and reviews.
  45. Online Children's Stories
  46. SignWriting Children's Stories - stories online, including Cinderella, Humpty Dumpty, and Goldilocks written in American Sign Language (ASL).
  47. StoryBookOnline.Net - multimedia reading community for children and parents.
  48. StoryPlace: The Children's Digital Library - provides children with the virtual library and activities including stories, riddles, and reading lists for pre-school and elementary aged kids.
  49. Young People's Zone - classic children's books to read online.
  50. Children's Books - directory to authors and online resources. Also offers features, annotated lists of titles for specific age groups, and notes on author visits.
  51. ACHUKA Children's Books UK - provides news, interviews, publication notices, author profiles, and more.
  52. Authors and Books for Children - offers biographical information about children's authors.
  53. Books Illustrated - a gallery of Australian children's books and original illustrations.
  54. British Children's Fiction: 1890's-1960's - includes lists of British authors' works, dj scans, photos, information on publishers, annuals, school stories, and links.
  55. Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site - reviews of great books for kids. Plus activities to teach particular subjects, curriculum areas, and themes.
  56. Children's Books of the Early Soviet Era - exhibit of covers and artwork from the 1920s and 1930s, emphasizing the post-1917 aesthetic quality, linguistic variety, and thematic diversity.
  57. Children's Literature: Chiefly from the Nineteenth Century - archived exhibit of children's books from the nineteenth century, including primers, alphabet books, and storybooks.
  58. Children's Multicultural Literature Resource
  59. Children's Space Books - two-part site offers nanotechnology digital art and a history of children's picture books about space exploration.
  60. Chinwag Theater - hosted by Daniel Pinkwater. Site features local times and stations, story summaries, and more.
  61. CLWG: Children's Literature Web Guide - offers discussion boards, awards listings, teaching ideas, and more online resources related to books for children and young adults.
  62. Collecting Children's Books - features details on various children's authors and notes on collecting. Also includes bibliographies and reproductions of book dust wrappers (covers).
  63. Cooperative Children's Book Center - children's book examination center and research library of UW-Madison's School of Education.
  64. Dreambox - children's stories and other goodies.
  65. Dreams of Space - depictions of space in children's books.
  66. Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, The - showcasing a collection of picture book art from around the world.
  67. Hockliffe Project - promotes the study of early British children's literature through access to the late 18th/early 19th century children's collection housed at De Montfort University.
  68. International Children's Digital Library - features childrens books from around the world, selected by kids and adults.
  69. Kansas Authors and Illustrators of Children's Books - profiles of authors and illustrators who have lived in Kansas.
  70. KidLit - Contains literature and art for and by children, plus resources for writers of children's literature
  71. - features the Bookworm Reading club, polls, questions and games, reading lists, author bios and interviews, and a newsletter.
  72. Magic Pencil: Children's Book Illustration Today - British Library exhibit of more than 300 paintings and drawings for children by Britain's foremost illustrators.
  73. Mary Cavanaugh's - features nursery rhymes, fairy tales, holiday stories, and more.
  74. Missouri Writes For Kids - promotes literacy and creativity by introducing young readers to Missouri authors and their books. Project of the Drury University Department of Education.
  75. Morality and Spirituality in Children's and Young Adults Literature - guide to education resources related to morality and spirituality in children's and young adults literature, including lesson plans.
  76. Multicultural Resources in Children's Literature - Internet resources and annotated bibliographies of books from many cultures.
  77. Page by Page - explores how books for children are made by following the creation of Zoom Upstream, a picture book written by Tim Wynne-Jones and illustrated by Eric Beddows.
  78. Ricochet - resources from the Centre International d'Etudes en Litterature de Jeunesse. Includes an annotated bibliography of texts, with information on illustrators and films.
  79. South Asian Children's Books - listing of books written in English with themes relating to South Asia. Includes books about South Asian immigrants to the U.S.
  80. - dedicated to children' books and related artwork.
  81. TeachingBooks - multimedia children's literature database that connects educators and families with authors, books, and authoritative teaching materials.
  82. for Kids - features a new mystery every week.
  83. Vandergrift's Children's Literature Page - articles, resources, links, and recommendations on children's literature.
  84. Wonderful World of Pop-Up and Animated Books - features an extensive personal collection of children's pop-up books. Includes images and stats.
  85. Writeworks - journal of student writing generated in writing residencies. Elementary and secondary schools.