Ranger Rick Jr. Magazine
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About Ranger Rick Jr.
The magazine features Ricky Raccoon, a friend of Ranger Rick, the conservation-minded raccoon for which the original magazine is named, as the title character. Ricky Raccoon appears in many of the magazine's features, which include articles, poems, fun facts, stunning photography, and games. Popular sections in each issue include: "That's Wild," interesting facts about animals; "Games," interactive games involving animals or nature; and "Let's Read," short, easy-to-comprehend captions presented with vibrant animal photos. "Look Outside" and "Green Time" sections also encourage kids to get outside and play.
Each issue comes with a free pull-out poster. The magazine contains no ads so kids can concentrate on learning.
Kids who love to explore nature and the great outdoors would enjoy a gift subscription to Ranger Rick Jr. magazine!
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My son is five and loves getting Your Big Backyard magazine. The stories are short and easy for him to understand. The illustrated characters are fun and he looks forward to them.
We discovered Your Big Backyard at the dentist's office. My daughter started looking at it before seeing the dentist, and wouldn't leave the office until she had looked at every page. We ordered it that day and have been happy with it ever since. It's even an enjoyable magazine for adults to read to children. It's well-written (not everything in this age group is). It has just the right amount of content as another reviewer stated. It keeps my child's interest and makes her want to read too. I'm thinking of giving subscriptions as gifts.