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Ranger Rick, Jr.

Ranger Rick, Jr.

by National Wildlife Federation

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Overview

Ranger Rick, Jr. is the new nature magazine for children from the National Wildlife Federation for ages 3 to 7 years. Ranger Rick, Jr. is the union of two highly successful award winning titles, Big Backyard and Wild Animal Baby. Inside Ranger Rick, Jr. you will find:
  • Tons of fun, age-appropriate information about animals and the natural world
  • Lots and lots of eye-grabbing animal photos
  • Straightforward, easy-to-follow text that's presented in small, bite-sized chunks
  • Two photo-based feature stories in every issue, as well as a bonus pull-out POSTER
  • A fiction story based around familiar CHARACTERS.
  • "Fun with . . ." uses games, jokes, and a drawing activity to reinforce information presented in a photo story.
  • "Ricky’s Playhouse" has simple games, activities and humor about the world of animals.

Product Details

Publisher:
National Wildlife Federation
# of issues/year:
10
Delivered:
Monthly
Current Issue:
September 2019
Format:
NOOK Magazine
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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Ranger Rick Jr. 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very interesting magazine!!
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There god magazines but there is a short story that you can cut out but you cant cut it outso whats the whole point of putting a short story that you can cut out uhm write anyone who wants to tell me why
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I've been a fan of National Wildlife Federation for several years, but having no children, I was mislead by the title and cute kitties. This magazine is not of much use to the teenager and above...great for the younger set. Of course, this is only the personal opinion of one never married older set.
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