New emagazines for Kids and Teens on Flipster!
We have some great new magazines for you! These magazines are free to all library patrons to read on computers and tablets. Just visit the Flipster Digital Magazines site to explore all the magazines available.
The new magazines should inspire learning, creativity and exploration for young readers. Teachers can also find some great material here!
- Muse: The science and arts magazine for kids that's spot on with the facts, but off-kilter with the jokes. Explore the world in a fun way with MUSE!
- Ask: the magazine about science, history, inventors, artists, and more, all written just for 6- to 9-year-olds - the most curious people on the planet!
- LADYBUG: offers 40 pages of enchanting stories and poems to read aloud that are just the right length for a cozy cuddle. LADYBUG magazine is sure to spark young imaginations and develop a love of reading that will last a lifetime.
- Dig into History: Each issue is theme-related with a special 10- to 12-page section that focuses on an archaeological discovery or topic related to the issue's theme. Writers are most often experts in the area as accuracy and up-to-date information are key. The text is always engaging, vivid, and interesting. Geared to our readers, it complements the principles of Common Core and offers a great springboard for discussion, curriculum-related projects, and cross-disciplinary lesson plans. Included in each issue as departments such as Fun with Words (stories about theme-related words and expressions), What's Wrong Here? (anachronisms in art), Artifacts (an uncovered object with a fascinating tale), Ask Away (reader questions answered by an archaeologist and an historian). Spirited word games and projects further involve readers in the issue's theme.
- Cricket: CRICKET publishes only the highest quality fiction and classic literature and nonfiction stories on culture, history, science, and the arts. Each 48-page issue includes a story, poetry, or art contest, as well as the signature cast of rambunctious bug characters who offer humorous commentary on the stories.