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Ladybug 2011.04 April
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Ladybug 2011.04 April

Series: Ladybug

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This literary magazine for beginning readers is filled with short stories, poems, facts, and activities. The April 2011 issue loosely centers on rainbows and colors, with information about how sunlight bending to form different colors as well as diagrams showing how primary colors can be mixed to form other colors. Wholesome stories cover the basics of scientific inquiry, with young children asking questions about the world around them and discovering an answer in a logical way after making observations. Poems, activities, comics, and songs enrich the magazine, encouraging creative thought and interaction. The illustrations vary according to each segment of the magazine, varying from a watercolor, ethereal night sky to cartoon-like characters. There is an illustration style for every taste in this magazine, and once again, most of these illustrations loosely center on a rainbow-themed palette. The somewhat large font is appropriate to Ladybug’s audience, although does not have large spaces in-between lines for a pointer finger. Hence, some of these stories should be read out loud to a listening audience, but a few may be able to be read independently by some readers. Overall, the paper quality is decent for a magazine and holds up well in a lending collection. Advertisements are limited to subscription inserts and a back page ad for Ladybug’s latest app. The magazine’s price is $4.95 for a single issue or $29.95 for a one year, nine issue subscription. This magazine is very highly recommended for children ages four to six. ( )
  Jessie_Bear | Nov 29, 2011 |
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