• Here's the list of magazines that the Elementary Library subscribes to or had previously subscribed to. 



    If the title of the magazine is not underline, click on it and it will bring you to that magazine's home page.

    At the end of the description if it has the following icons, click on them and they will take you to the appropriate page.

    þ Parent's page

    & Educator's page

    American Girl For girls age 8 and up, features advice, crafts, contests, puzzles, games, giggles and more! (6 issues/yr)

    Barbie  Packed with lots of activities to do such as crafts and cooking with puzzles, coloring and posters. (6 issues/yr)

    BMX Plus Reports on the stars, styles and how-to's of this ever-changing, fast-paced sport; includes bike tests, new product evaluations, personality profiles and previews. (monthly)

    Boys' Life An award winning magazine for boys that includes articles on fiction, history, outdoors, non-fiction, science, sports etc. (monthly)

    Dirt Bike Directed to off-road motorcyclists of all ages, with equal emphasis on recreational and competitive cycling, plus do-it-yourself maintenance and riding tips . (monthly)  

    Discovery Girls  A magazine created by girls, for girls ages 8-12 that gives girls advice, encouragement & inspiration. Plus each issue is packed with quizzes, embarrassing moments, contests, fashion and much more!
    J-14  stands for Just For Teens. An exciting, interesting teen magazine for girls. Features articles, celebrity interviews with pictures, movies and TV show reviews and the latest fashion.
    Kids Code & Computer Science  The magazine covers the ways kids, parents, and teachers use technology to learn programming and computer science.

    Kids Discover Thematic issues, puzzles and recommended reading lists for children ages seven to 13; pyramids, volcanoes, oceans, television, bubbles, earthquakes, food, Columbus, trains, weather, space, deserts, The Maya, glass, rain forests, The Roman Empire. (monthly) &

    Lego Club  Lots of articles, and activities. (monthly) þ
    Marvel Ultimate Spiderman  is for kids, which was inspired by the original Spider-Man comics. This comic book and bi-monthly magazine continues the Spider-Man saga and is meant for children ages 6 to 12.

    National Geographic Kids Presents articles of interest to children ages 8-14, dealing with crafts, nature, world cultures, science and general interest. Includes pull-out supersize pages and contests. (10 issues/yr) &

    Ranger Rick and Ranger Rick Jr. Ranger Rick is for children ages 7 and up. Each issue is packed with amazing facts, stunning photos and outdoor adventures that help kids sharpen reading skills and develop a deeper appreciation for nature. A Parent's Choice Gold Award recipient in 1999. (monthly) þ &

    Sports Illustrated for Kids For children ages 8 and up, devoted to sports. Feature articles on sports figures of note, tips from the pros, news items of recent note, games, puzzles, cartoons, fiction, and advice from athletes. (monthly)

    Young Rider    Young Rider is an equestrian magazine for young riders which teaches them how to ride and look after their horses properly. It offers riding instruction, horse care information and horse interest features. Each issue also contains a breed profile, a quiz, a puzzle page, a pen pal section and several pages for reader pictures and contributions. (6 issues/yr)

    Your Big Backyard For children aged 3 to 7 years. Filled with activities, simple stories and wild animals that the little ones love. It draws preschoolers closer to nature and gets them ready to read. Youngsters will enjoy the seasonal crafts, simple cooking recipes, fun games, and more. (monthly) þ

    Zoobooks Presents articles on animals and nature. Includes photography, illustrations, diagrams, and descriptions. Also includes interactive activity pages. (we no longer subscribe but have back issues) þ &