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disneyfamilyfun_april2010

Disney’s FamilyFun Magazine: Real Advice From Real Parents

The first thing I noticed when I read Disney’s FamilyFun magazine for the first time was that there aren’t a lot of lengthy articles. Instead, the magazine is jam-packed with information presented in quick paragraph...
by Shannon McRae
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natgeo_kids_june-july2010

Hey Kids! This Ad’s for You

My toddler and I sat down to review the latest National Geographic Kids magazine–a fun-looking issue with a big sea turtle floating across the cover. I turned to the first page and was just asking him what he thought we&#...
by Shannon McRae
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parentingearlyyears_june2010

A Busy Mom’s Guide to Parenting Magazine Covers

As a mom of two young children, I consider my magazine time to be precious. I rarely settle down with a favorite publication until well into the evening when the dishes are done, the kids are bathed and bedded down, and the hou...
by Shannon McRae
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Explore the World With National Geographic Kids Magazine

Since 1975, National Geographic Kids magazine has been fulfilling its mission of “exciting kids about their world.” Published 10 times a year, the magazine is aimed at 6- to 14-year-old boys and girls. Since my two ...
by Shannon McRae
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Highlights High Five Magazine Makes Learning Fun for Toddlers

My obsession with magazines began around age 7 or so, when I got my first issue of Highlights in the mail. Fast-forward almost three decades later, and I was thrilled when my own child was old enough for a subscription to Highl...
by Shannon McRae
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Parents Magazine Helps You Find Information Fast

I’m always amazed at what a difference a few months can make in children’s development. While many 14-month-olds are starting to walk, their buddies a few months younger have barely tasted solids. Yet just a few yea...
by Shannon McRae
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