Sparkle World has now become a fortnightly title as from issue N151 releasing 18 issues per year..
Join characters that appeal to girls aged five and upwards such as Hannah Montana, Polly Pocket, My Little Pony, Strawberry Shortcake, Hello Kitty, Rainbow Magic and of course many others in a magazine for the youngest readers. Often laced with a cover mounted gift, Sparkle World is never without the twinkly bits that are so popular in this demographic! Often includes some stickers and there are always plenty of little projects, stories and competitions to get involved with. Aimed at girls aged 4-9, SPARKLE WORLD is bursting with fun, including stories, puzzles,
competitions and educational activities for girls to enjoy, either on their own or with an adult.
Buy a single copy of SPARKLE WORLD or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm!
All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g and children's magazines with large free gifts which may go 2nd Class).
A common qustion we are asked at Newsstand is which magazines are suitable for the very youngest audience. It's a tricky one of course, as it will depend on the interests development of the toddler in question. At the end of the day it's no use us pretending that a 3 year old will do anything other than tear up and eat a magazine regardless of whats on the cover - but surprisingly sometimes magazines are marketed at such an age.
It does underline a point though, that there is a growing number of family members who consider a magazine, whether on it's own or part of a subscription, a much better gift for a little one that the usual toys that, debatably, are a waste of time, money and resources. We agree, of course.
However, it's too easy to think that a wooden toy or a book is so much more wholesome. Newsstand's view is get yourself a magazine that you like and let the wee one play with it once you've had a good read. Reuse and recycle etc.
Having said that - once children are up towards five and six years old, there are some great magazines that they'll enjoy and that may even teach them a few things whilst encouraging them to read. Plus, we can't deny that getting a subscription as a present is something that lasts the entire duration as opposed to the "five minutes and then it's bust" scenario - which, let's face it, is depressing on so many levels.