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Mondo Publishing created the Reading Safari Joining Things Magazine that contains a fictional story selection, a nonfiction article, a poetry selection, and interactive quizzes. The cover is a vibrant, colorful page with rainbow text and a photo of a boy using equipment to weld metal together. The table of contents refers readers to a beginners guide to welding, the fictional short story ‘The Broken Bike,’ the realistic fiction story ‘The Daisy Chain,’ interactive quizzes on 'ways to join things,' poetry corner ‘Tacks and Clips Hold It Together,’ safari cooking, career options, and safari travel. The text is for readers in second grade with themes of welding, friendship, and fixing things. The entire magazine is 24 pages and the short stories have the most amount of text in the magazine. The background colors vary in bright colors with ‘Did you know?’ informational bubbles. This magazine is great for encouraging readers to get build and stimulate their mind through reading. Although the stories, poetry and 'did you know' section is interesting, the text is for advanced second grade readers and the topic mainly appeals to young boys ( )
  Jourdon | Dec 14, 2010 |
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