Dennis Publishing, the company behind the nation’s most trusted weekly news magazine, The Week, announced it will be launching a weekly news magazine for children — The Week Junior following its stunning success in the United Kingdom. The magazine will be the first news weekly print magazine in the United States since The Week launched in 2001. The magazine has one simple goal of making sense of the world to young people through intelligent and exciting content expertly written to grab children’s attention and get them reading.
The bold launch comes at a time of increased public interest in the emergence of Generation Alpha, highlighted by the global spotlight shined on Greta Thunberg. Generation Alpha is smart, curious, connected and hungry to know — a perfect community for a new magazine that reflects their interest in the world.
Aimed at an audience of 8- to 14-year-olds, The Week Junior launched in the United Kingdom in 2015 and quickly became the country’s fastest-growing print magazine, winning multiple awards. With 32 pages full of engaging articles, eye-catching photos, and big ideas, the magazine gets children reading, thinking and talking. It features everything from current events to coding and cooking. It boasts interviews with inspiring people, thought-provoking debates, puzzles, activities and all the news kids want to know. It feeds children’s curiosity and delivers information clearly, concisely and with a sense of fun.
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