I received a sample for this review/feature. Opinions expressed are my own.
I have fond memories of running to the mailbox and finding my Zoobooks magazine with my name on it when I was a kid. I would spend hours reading over every word and I loved it! Zoobooks and 3 “sister” magazines are produced by Wildlife Education, Ltd. a company established in 1980 to provide wild learning fun for children of all ages. They are celebrating their 37th birthday this year! That is a lot of kids receiving magazines and learning about animals!
They publish 4 magazines for kids which include Zoobooks for ages 6-12, Zoodinos for ages 5+, Zootles for ages 3-6 and Zoobies for ages 0-3.
Zoobooks for ages 6-12 and is full of amazing photos and illustrations. It’s won many awards through the years for its kid-friendly writing and art. Each issue focuses on one animal, helping kids explore the animal’s habitat, social habit, and more!
Zootles for ages 3-6 is just like Zoobooks but for preschoolers. Full of age-appropriate writing and engaging photos/art. Plus, tons of family activities ideas.
Zoobies is for ages 0-3 and is full of animal fun for little ones! And Zoobies is written and sized right to be shared with infants and toddlers.
Zoodinos is brand new! For ages 5+ this magazines brings dinosaurs to life with simple, interactive text that encourages discussion and active learning.
I have an 8, 5 and soon to be 0 year old so our family reaches across several age groups for these subscriptions. My girls adore reading each of them over and over again! To be completely honest I don’t even mind reading them several times with them. They never get old and I learn plenty of things along the way as well. Big Sis will even take them to school in her backpack for quiet times when they are allowed to read. If you get one magazine subscription for your kids then I highly suggest these from the Zoobooks family! The pictures are always fantastic, the information educational yet interesting and something your kids can remember forever. You can find these magazines in homes, schools and libraries around the world. You can buy them by subscription or by single editions in the Zoobooks web store, in select bookstores and in finer zoo, museum, aquarium and park gift shops and specialty retailers around the country.
Giveaway Winner: Vicki W.