About LadybugLadybug magazine opens the door to reading for children. Every page of Ladybug magazine is beautiful, colorful and a delight to read. Each issue is filled with charming characters, games, songs, poems and stories. More Info
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My daughter loves this magazine! The poems, stories and illustrations are sweet and just the right length. Sometimes there is a fun activity to do as well. The subscription is worth the money!
Overall, Ladybug magazine is a great read. My daughter is 6 and we are probably going to discontinue this and stick with Click (a little older content).
Ladybug magazine continues to be one of my son's favorites--even at age 6 with an extremely advanced reading level (5th grade comprehension). He struggles with attention problems and creativity--so the shorter stories with larger print and bigger pictures give him reading that is enjoyable given his attention problems.
I am enjoying Ladybug magazine with my 2 year old. It's a great to get my toddler started early.
Very lucid stories. Stories introduce different aspects of life, for e.g., social, cultural, emotional... my 4 yr old loves this magazine and is his favorite for bedtime reading.