Anorak | issue 39 | Museums
Anorak magazine issue 39 Spring 2016 - Museums
For one issue only, Anorak has become the Happy Museum for Kids instead of the Happy Mag for Kids! We introduce you to some of our favourite museums in the world - the wonderful ones and the weird ones!
We imagine what a Anorak Museum would look like and are allowed special behind-the-scenes access to Museum of London.
In this brand new issue, we discover why Cycling Is Fun, why Nature Is Fun and meet new heroes such as Tina The Turtle and a very sick Yeti.
Launched in 2006 by a Mum (Cathy Olmedillas, formerly of 90s lifestyle bibles The Face and Sleazenation) frustrated by the lack of good kids magazines available on the market, Anorak - the Happy Mag for Kids - is aimed at children (boys AND girls) aged 6+. Published four times a year, every issue has a theme (inspired by the British National Curriculum) to inspire and encourage kids to tap into their natural creativity and learn while having fun. Always beautifully illustrated with stories, games and activities to keep those little ones' creative cells buzzing!
Unlike magazines of today, neither of our publications are throw away titles. Just like much loved children’s magazines and annuals of the past they are designed to be collected, kept, handed down and revisited.
The Anorak Press' main philosophy is to encourage children to tap into their imagination, use their creativity to learn and is here to amplify their voices. It has at the core of its offering a passion for words and images that challenge and stimulate.
English - suitable for kids aged 6+ who are proficient readers