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I love gifts that inspire kiddos to read and with a subscription to Cricket Magazine, you can inspire them all year long!
Since their founding in 1973, Cricket Media - the most award-winning magazine publisher in children's media - has opened incredible windows of creativity and discovery for kids of all ages. Each month, across 11 publications, their ad-free, child-centric magazines deliver stories with substance, beautiful illustrations and fantastic flights of fancy in highly visual format guaranteed to spark curiosity, inspire creativity and lead to a lifetime love of reading.
Looking for the perfect gift this holiday season? We suggest that you look no further than Cricket's "Bug" magazines: BABYBUG, LADYBUG, SPIDER and CRICKET (for more Cricket publications on a variety of topics including science and history, visit cricketmedia.com), unique, high-value gifts that keep on giving throughout the year. And, this year, in the spirit of the holiday season, Cricket is undertaking a "Double the Giving" campaign that'll allow generous gift-givers to share the love of reading and learning with kids they love, as well as with a child in need.
a Child in Need in Partnership with Two Award-Winning Literacy Charities:
Libraries Without Borders and Parent-Child Home Program
Visit DoubletheGiving.com and Join a Charitable Movement
Guaranteed to Spark a Lifetime Love of Reading!
A gift of a Cricket Media publication is a "digital detox", supporting growing minds and helping to raise creative, curious and confident kids -- no batteries (or screens) required! A Cricket subscription is one of the best, most unplugged and inspirational gifts that one can give!
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