Friday, March 10, 2017

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THIS MARCH, CELEBRATE NATIONAL READING MONTH
WITH 31 DAYS OF STORIES FROM CRICKET MEDIA --
PERFECT FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES!


Each Day This March Brings an Engaging, Beautifully Illustrated Story from One of Cricket's 11 Award-Winning Magazines, Available to Download as a Printable, Full-Color Mini-Book!


During National Reading Month, New Subscribers Can Register for
THREE FREE ISSUES of BABYBUG, LADYBUG, SPIDER or CRICKET


Each March, for nearly 20 years, schools and families across the country have celebrated the written word with National Reading Month.  Joining in the celebration to ignite a lifetime love for reading, Cricket Media, the most award-winning kid's magazine publisher in the marketplace, will offer families 31 DAYS OF STORIES during the month of March at Cricket Media.com.
From Cricket Media's home page, an advent-style "Story-A-Day" calendar will offer kids of all ages a free story or article from the pages of one of Cricket's 11 best-in-class magazines - from literary magazines BABYBUG (ages 6 mos-3 years), LADYBUG (ages 3-6), SPIDER (ages 6-9) and CRICKET (ages 9-14) and arts and sciences magazines CLICK (ages 3-6), ASK (ages 6-9), to history and culture-themed publications, FACES and COBBLESTONE (ages 9-14) and more.  Each day throughout the month, a new, engaging and beautifully illustrated story will be unveiled; readers can download the full-color PDF story and create a mini-book - perfect for families to create and enjoy together!


Here is a  peak at some of the offerings from Cricket Media's 31 DAYS OF STORIES that have appeared so far: 
  • March 1 -- Hey, Can You Read This? (Featured in ASK; by Rachel Young, art by Jeff Harter) ASK: Did you ever wonder what's happening in your brain when you're reading? Wonder no more!  This article describes what your brain is doing every step of the way.
  • March 2 -- Big Little Hippo (Featured in BABYBUG; by Valeri Gorbachev) This baby hippo discovers that animals of the jungle come in many shapes and sizes.
  • March 3 -- Wheels for the Dragon (Featured in CRICKET; by Joan Strauss, illustrated by Alyssa Winans)  With the help of a trusty bicycle, this little emperor learns a big lesson about self-reliance.
  • March 4 - All Night Long (Featured in CLICK;text and art by Betsy James) Nick, the night keeper at the zoo, takes care of all the animals when everyone else is asleep. Join him as he performs his nightly duties.
  • March 5 -- A Spectacular Ride (Featured in COBBLESTONE; by Drollene P. Brown, illus. by David Harrington)  In 1777, a sixteen-year-old girl named Sybil Ludington rode forty miles in the night to warn of the coming British attack on Danbury.
  • March 6 -The Final King of Ankor Wat (Featured in FACES; retold by Pat Betteley, art by Katie Cantrell)  Four animals compete to see who is worthy to rule the ancient temple Ankor Wat. But a wise elephant teaches them all a valuable lesson about themselves in the process.
  • March 7 -A Day at Liberty Bay (Featured in LADYBUG; by Kimberley Long Cockroft, art by Isabel Roxas) Ben has just moved to a new town. He misses his old friend Leo. But with the help of his new friend Samantha and her dog Charley, Ben experiences the wonder of aquatic life on Liberty Bay. 
During National Reading Month, Cricket Media will also offer families the exclusive opportunity to try three free issues of their flagship literary publications for children with BABYBUG, LADYBUG, SPIDER and CRICKET.  New subscribers signing up at CricketMedia.com will enjoy three months of these Parents' Choice Gold Award-winning  magazines, packed with magical stories and prose, whimsical illustrations -- and always ad-free. For more information about Cricket Media, Cricket Media's 31 Days of Stories, or any of Cricket Media's magazines and/or to purchase a Cricket Media magazine subscription go to Cricket Media.com. Enter to win a one year subscription to one of Cricket Media's bug magazines below.
Giveaway Dates 3/10-3/25

Giveaway Open to Ages 18+ US Only

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32 comments:

  1. I really read anything, I enjoy all topics.

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    1. Anything? I like reading about a lot of things, but I don't think I like reading about everything. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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  2. Everything! I love variety :)

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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    1. I like variety, but I don't like to read about everything. Thank you for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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  3. I'd like to see a post on rainy day games.

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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    1. We will definitely be having a post on things to do on rainy days soon. Thanks for the suggestion and for visiting Says Me Says Mom.

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  4. I like to read about entertainers and fluff like that
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  5. We love to read about animals...and weather!

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    1. My daughter loves reading about animals too. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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    1. My older daughter and I love romance too. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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  7. I like to read about fashion and who is wearing what!

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    1. We like to read about fashion too but we are more interested in who look's good in what than who the designer is. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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  8. I mostly read nonfiction books. I love history, books about kids and biographies.

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    1. I like some nonfiction and some biography. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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  9. I think a fun Talking Topic would be pets!

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    1. My daughter loves to talk about pets. Thanks for the suggestion and for visiting Says Me Says Mom.

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  10. I like reading about gardening or health topics

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  11. talking topic-random acts of kindness. do you practice them/if you did which ones would you want to do

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  12. what do I like to read about in blogs or books? I like reading interesting stories from someone's day-even small things. any interesting lifestyle post (decor, food, party planning)

    for books I like memoirs and biographies

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  13. I like suspense but not the gory kind. Just ines that have a suspensful story.

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    1. I like a good thriller too but I agree not the gory kind. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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  14. I am a fiction reader. I love all genre's. Especially historical novels.

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  15. I love reading sci-fi, fantasty and non-fiction like science, psychology.

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  16. I love reading historical fiction

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  17. I am an avid reader and pretty much read everything.

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  18. I like to read horror ( i live down the road from Stephen King what do you expect!) and action! and sci fy, etc.

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  19. I like to read true stories, romance and fiction books.

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