Magazines and Books
for Toddlers to Teens! From their site:
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.
Two teachers who were looking for a way to promote reading and history to children developed the idea for COBBLESTONE magazine in 1979. Their legacy is now a successful publishing company that produces seven theme-based magazines – covering the areas of American history (COBBLESTONE), geography and world cultures (FACES), world history (CALLIOPE), science and space (ODYSSEY), African American heritage (FOOTSTEPS), general social studies / reading (APPLESEEDS), and archaeology (DIG). All of the magazines strive to educate and entertain through a creative mix of articles, primary source documents, photographs, and illustrations, as well as fun activities, puzzles, and cartoons.