Children's Magazines

6 Item(s)

  • Little U

    £18.00

    Little U is an occasional magazine for the young at heart. With childlike wonder—but not a juvenile attitude—Little U explores making, designing, illustrating and living creatively with children. Highlighting children’s books, surface pattern design, clothing and product design for young folk, and arts and crafts inspired by and/or made for children, the intention of Little U is to inspire and inform professional creatives and families alike.

    It’s not a magazine for children, rather it's about lots of different kinds of creativity inspired by children and the children's industry. 

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  • Eyeyah!

    £4.80

     EYEYAH magazine is a new publication for kids by 35 artists.

    Using Graphic Design as a creative vehicle to educate children about social issues. The first issues theme is the Internet, exploring it’s history, benefits, and also looking at some of its dangers such as social media, online strangers and addiction.

    While it sure is a sight to behold, there’s much more to this magazine than meets the eye.”  BoingBoing.net

     ize: 250 x 175mm

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  • Anorak

    £6.50

    Just like much loved children’s magazines and annuals of the past Anorak is designed to be collected, kept, handed down and revisited. “Anorak is what would happen if Monty Python, Ralph Steadman and René Magritte decided to make a magazine for children. It's anarchic, fun, laugh-out-loud strange and readable for kids of all ages.” Huffington Post

    www.anorakmagazine.com

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  • DOT Magazine

    £5.50

    DOT Magazine is a quarterly print magazine aimed at boys & girls aged 5 and under.  Available worldwide from June 2015, DOT  is ad-free and distributed through bookshops, kids boutiques, school libraries, and the newsstands. 

    Just like its older brother Anorak, DOT encompasses all aspects of a child’s life, from jumping in puddles to learning through play. It encourages kids to be resourceful and find solutions using all the tools they naturally have at their disposition: imagination, creativity and fun.

    “Parents and educators have been asking me for years to produce a quality magazine for a younger audience. And with a market over-crowded with dumbed down, purposeless and poorly designed magazines, I felt this was the right time to launch DOT. DOT is here to teach, inspire and provide plenty of hours of intelligent fun at the same time.” Cathy Olmedillas, Founding Editor.

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  • Spanish DOT Magazine

    £5.00

    DOT en español, igual que en su versión inglesa, aborda aspectos universales de la vida de un niño. Desde saltar en charcos hasta aprender jugando. DOT cruza fronteras culturales y de género, aprovechando la imaginación de los niños, animándoles a explorar y a ser creativos.

    Maravillosamente ilustrada por artistas de países de todo el mundo, incluido España, cada número de DOT está dedicado a un tema. En el primero de ellos hablaremos sobre las formas geométricas. Se trata de un número educativo que explica cómo el mundo está compuesto por formas. La revista incluye historias divertidas y un montón de actividades creativas. Además, los niños aprenderán palabras en inglés gracias a la gran amiga de DOT, Uga la tortuga.

    DOT in Spanish, as in its English version, addresses universal aspects of a child's life. From jumping in puddles to learning while playing. DOT crosses cultural and gender boundaries, taking advantage of children's imaginations, encouraging them to explore and be creative.

    Beautifully illustrated by artists from countries around the world, including Spain, each issue of DOT is dedicated to one theme. In the first of them we will talk about geometric shapes. It is an educational number that explains how the world is composed of forms. The magazine includes fun stories and lots of creative activities. In addition, the children will learn English words thanks to the great friend of DOT, Uga the turtle.

     

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