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  1. says:

    I have every issue of Cricket from 1986 to this month Love.Little makes me happier than reading Cricket


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    Children s Magazine ReviewCricket The Realm of ImaginationIssues November December 2014 Volume 42, 3January 2015 Volume 42, 4Target Audience Grade 3 to Grade 8This magazine is amazing from cover to cover The glossy and beautiful artwork on the cover says, read me loud and clear Each issues is divided into the same format Table of Contents featuring 10 12 short stories, poems, recipes, and comics written by different authors Letterbox comments editorial section all letters an Children s Magazine ReviewCricket The Realm of ImaginationIssues November December 2014 Volume 42, 3January 2015 Volume 42, 4Target Audience Grade 3 to Grade 8This magazine is amazing from cover to cover The glossy and beautiful artwork on the cover says, read me loud and clear Each issues is divided into the same format Table of Contents featuring 10 12 short stories, poems, recipes, and comics written by different authors Letterbox comments editorial section all letters answered by Cricket Cricket Country full page comic featuring the characters in this magazine cricket, worm, ladybug, bee, etc Ugly Bird s Crossbird Puzzle snazzy and fun cross work puzzle Cricket League features contest winners for categories such as photography, poems, short stories There are two categories of winner 14 and younger and then over 14 Cricket and Ladybug comic book type story with approximately 4 frames featuring interactions between Cricket and Ladybug Old Cricket Says One page write up about different topics such as the history of the US flag, popcorn, or information about the Polar Bear plunge Old Cricket is like a Grandpa type character.The illustrations are so beautiful and most are colorful and vibrant in size and detail Each page is a delight to the senses, especially the eyes The illustrations, drawings and photography add depth to the selections in the magazine The type is appealing as well Different fonts are used to bring out the mood of the story There is so much variety in the type of selections that make up this magazine Topics include Stories, poems, or comics about horses during the Korean War, history of Buddhism, Life in Japan, Life as a Seneca Indian, Fantasy stories with fairies, trolls and magic, history of the Golden Gate Bridge, history of the Stanley Steamer, and even poems about cats There are little caricatures that appear through out the magazine on almost every page to give facts or make comments about the selections These caricatures are small drawings of a cricket, worm, snail, bee, crab, and a few others Their presence makes the magazinefun and special because it has these characters tied to it It s hard to not want to read what they say Overall, the magazine is eye catching, entertaining, and captivating to a reader while providing learning opportunities about so many different topics This magazine is probably best suited for children that already love to read and not for beginning readers It may be overwhelming with its abundance of stories On the other hand, this may be just the reading material that hooks a student into becoming a reader Both boys and girls would enjoy this magazine It has something for everyone


  3. says:

    I have been getting Cricket for a few years now, and I love the stories The letterbox lets me make connections to readers around the globe, annd I adore the comic strips I never fail to enter the contests, and think that nothing is better than reading Cricket Let s not get me started on Ugly Bird s crossbird puzzles


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