Today, family media brand Highlights launched the international edition of its flagship magazines Highlights and Highlights High Five at the Frankfurt Book Fair, the largest book and media fair in the world.
Highlights For Children, Inc. Launches International Editions of Highlights and Highlights High Five Magazines
Highlights For Children, Inc. Introduces Hidden Pictures Club ‘Let’s Play’ and ‘Eagle-Eye’ Deliver Find-it Fun for Kids of Every Age
Highlights for Children today introduced its Hidden Pictures Club, a monthly two-book set featuring hidden-object puzzles and engaging games and activities for children. With two levels– Let’s Play Hidden Pictures for ages 3 to 6 and Eagle-Eye Hidden Pictures for ages 6 and up – all kids can now enjoy find-it fun that is appropriate for their age and skill level.
Highlights For Children and Delhi Press Unveil New Children’s Magazines in India
Today, at a launch event in Delhi, Highlights for Children, publishers of the most-read children’s magazines in North America, and Delhi Press, publisher of the best-selling magazines in India, unveiled a version of Highlights and High Five magazines adapted for the children of India – Highlights Champs and Highlights Genies.
Highlights for Children, Inc. Debuts New Version of its Best-Selling Geography Puzzle Book Club
Highlights for Children announced today that it has launched a new edition of Which Way USA, its popular monthly puzzle club that delivers a state-by-state adventure through the United States for children ages 6 and older. Each shipment of Which Way USA engages children in hours of entertainment and fun, while also providing education on important people, attractions, historical facts and cultural landmarks in every state.
Highlights Magazine Science Editor Andy Boyles Named AAAS Fellow
Andy Boyles, science editor for Highlights magazine, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Boyles was recognized for “having introduced millions of children to nature’s wonders and the process of science.” Election as an AAAS Fellow is an honor bestowed upon AAAS members by their peers. Boyles accepted the honor today at the 2013 AAAS Annual Meeting in Boston, Mass.
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