Jack and Jill

Jack and Jill

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by U.S. Kids Magazines
     
 

Current Issue: July-August 2016

Award-winning Jack and Jill (ages 7-12) keeps kids entertained with engaging stories, challenging games, colorful comics, kid-centered interviews, recipes and crafts. Readers are also encouraged to share their creativity by submitting their own stories, poems, articles, jokes and drawings for publication.

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Award-winning Jack and Jill (ages 7-12) keeps kids entertained with engaging stories, challenging games, colorful comics, kid-centered interviews, recipes and crafts. Readers are also encouraged to share their creativity by submitting their own stories, poems, articles, jokes and drawings for publication.

Product Details

Publisher:
U.S. Kids Magazines
# of issues/year:
6
Delivered:
Bi-monthly
Current Issue:
July-August 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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Jack and Jill 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This review is about the September/October 2014 issue. All I can say is Christian parents beware: The article entitled: Adventures in Ghost Hunting, while mildly interesting, packs a punch at the end on p15. On this page the ghost hunter details the "tools" of his trade. I had no objection to the ones that "monitor" auditory and visual happenings. But he lists something called a "Spirit box" which "attempts to communicate with spirits using radio frequencies"! Talk about TOTALLY INAPPROPRIATE and dangerous information to be giving 8-12 year old children. The Bible specifically teaches against trying to contact spirits and here this magazine is treating that as if it were an everyday acceptable thing to do! I am disgusted by this Jack and Jill issue. There is a way to have a Halloween issue that is fun and entertaining without delving into topics that invade possible belief systems of impressionable children. And on top of that when I called the magazine, they were unable to give me number to talk to someone about the magazine's content. He just "took down my complaint" and said they would not be able to respond to my concerns. I for one will not be renewing my son's subscription.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great magazine for kids it really shows lifetime
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It look's good so read it but will not just maybe