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  • Humpty Dumpty is an award-winning magazine for children ages 2-6. It promotes the healthy physical, educational, and creative growth of young children through interactive activities and stories. The colorful pages are designed to engage and educate early learners to read, see, and do. Inside you will find: easy-to-read stories and poems; fun games, puzzles, and learning activities; and positive learning, social, and health messages.

    May/June 2015 issue:

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    See

    • Humpty’s Talented Readers
    • Annual Cover Contest Winners
    • Humpty’s Pet Show
    • Amazing Animals: Elephant Shrew

    Do

    • Word Search: Cinco de Mayo
    • Dot-to-Dot: Elephant Shrew
    • Let’s Draw: A Crab
    • Build-a-Book: Sleepy Time for Giraffe
    • Recipe: Peanut Butter Chocolate Dip
    • Craft: Cinco de Mayo Maracas
    • 4-Ever Fit: Crab Walk
    • Circus Maze

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  • Jack and Jill is an award-winning magazine for children ages 6-12. It promotes the healthy educational and creative growth of children through interactive activities and articles. The pages are designed to spark a child’s curiosity in a wide range of topics through articles, games, and activities. Inside you will find: current real-world topics in articles in stories; challenging puzzles and games; and interactive entertainment through experimental crafts and recipes.

    May/June 2015 issue:

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    • Baba Yaga and the Bayberry Tree
    • Racing with Rashid
    • SpongeBob Artist Whips Up New Cartoon
    • Q&A with Tomorrowland Kid Star: Pierce Gagnon
    • Meet the Artist: Jack Kirby
    • Epic Showdown: Avengers vs. Ultron
    • Wacky Wildlife: Thorny Dragon

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    • Puzzle Pages: Last Lap
    • Make Your Own Comic Strip
    • Craft: Paper Kite

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    • From Our Talented Readers
    • Annual Cover Contest Winners
    • H2T: The Amazing Eye
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