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For those looking for a video game magazine for younger children consider Little Player It is intended for 5-12 year olds and does not review games intended for teens or mature audiences.

Urbangirlz is back--"a nationally distributed magazine for tweens and teens of color".  Four issues per year.   Contact Alini for pricing. 

A new dinosaur series from the publisher of Zoobooks called Zoodinos.  Ages 5 and up.  Includes 6 magazines, 6 activity books and free digital access.

If you are looking for a teen magazine for African Americans take a look at Sesi.  In the magazine's own words--"a print, teen magazine for Black girls....read about celebs, beauty, your issues, your culture and much more".

With STEM, coding and computer science popular topics consider Kids, Code and Computer Science, a bi-monthly magazine. "The magazine explores computer science, and softare programming.  Its for kids, parents, teachers, and adults who want to learn and have fun with technology."

For those looking for an alternative to Rolling Stone magazine, one without the advertisements that can cause problems, take a look at Substream.  Basically all music content with only a few ads.  I will, inexpertly, call it alternative music. 

For girls 6-11, a "craftsy" magazine--Curious Jane.  DIY projects, how-tos, cut-out crafts, profiles.  The Spring 2015 issue features, rubber band cars, mini-catapults, cake pops, glitter jars and more. 

With Yum for Kids having ceased, besides Chop Chop, there is Butternut Magazine for ages 3-6 and Ingredient for ages 6-12.  The latter deals with food and cooking--activites, recipes, games and short written pieces. 

Interesting periodical out of Canda--Brainspace.  In its own words.."fun ways to explore math, science, language, geography, history, usic and art."  It has interactive video by hovering phone or tabley over the print page!!!.  Four issues per year.  It is not yet in the posted catalog so please email if interested. 

Peppa Pig a new early learning periodical for ages 2-7 is now available.  Call or email for pricing.  Six issues per year

Disney's Frozen is available.  Inaugural issue is March/April 2015, mailed in Feb.  Six issues per year, for ages 3-9. 

A new "animal" publication for ages 6-12 -- Animal Tales.  You can check it out at its website.

For those interested in the environmental arena check out EcoParent.  It is a quarterly magazine for families that want to make healthier, greener lifestyle choices. Food, fashion, books, travel, health & beauty, home & garden.

With STEM big now, check out STEM magazine at http://www.stemmagazine.com .  Contact us for pricing.  In the words of the publisher..."S.T.E.M. Magazine is not a curriculum, but rather a resource of awareness that exists to provide clarity on the subject of how we already incorporate S.T.E.M. into every class, how to encourage the creative process and cultivate curiosity in both the teacher and student."  It is delivered digitally only but one can download a pdf version.

For ESL and language teachers in general Language magazine is highly informative.  We have a few copies that we can send out to interested customers.

Many customers have reading available for parents.  Take a look at Your Teen.  It is easy to read and informative.  Four issues per year.

On the science side again, another interesting high school periodical is Ideas and Discoveries.  Check out the website at http://www.ideasanddiscoveries.com/

Another science magazine suggestion:  Check out BBC Focus at http://www.bbcfocusmagazine.com/.  It covers science topics in a thorough but readable format.

 



 

Renewal quotes:  If you would like to receive your renewal list via email, instead of via postal service, please drop us a line at info@alinimag.com.

 

UPDATES:

4-25-17:  Verizon has changed its email server to AOL (now part of Verizon) and there is a new learning process for AOL as to which emails should go through to our folders.  We check the AOL spam folder every few days.  Our apologies if there is a delay in responding. 

3-7-17:  Popular Photography is ceasing publication. 

1-23-17:  Our NYC DOE contract has been renewed. 

1-23-17: Ride BMX has ceased publication.

1-4-17:  Self is ceasing publication. 

12-19-16: Alini has been awarded a New York State contract for serial subscriptions for 2017-2022.  The contract number has changed.  Please email for the new number.

9-26-16: Agency NY Times print subscriptions no longer include digital access.  This is due, apparently, to "security concerns".  We can offer a separate digital subscription on top of the print subscription.  Customers can also go directly to the NY Times and request an educator's subscription.  This includes one digital access point. 

9-22-16:  Mental Floss has ceased print publication.  The publisher plans on switching all current subscribers to "The Week" for the remainder of their subscription.

9-20-16: Seventeen is now only five issues per year. 

7-30-16: Additional substitutes for Meredith Publishing refusing to sell to many of our customers:

Instead of Shape--  First for Women, Women's Health, Oxygen or Muscle and Fitness HERS.

Instead of Country Gardens --Country Living, Garden and Gun (not much gun), Fine Gardening.

Instead of Rachel Ray -- Food Network or Cooks' Country, Taste of Home or any other cooking magazine

Instead of Better H&G -- Redbook, Good HouseK'ing,

Instead of Family Circle -- Woman's Day, Women's World, Redbook.

Instead of Martha Stewart -- House Beautiful, HGTV

7-29-16: With Meredith Publishing refusing to sell to many of our customers there are two excellent and possibly better alternatives to Diabetic Living.  Diabetic Self Management and Diabetic Forecast are two excellent magazines. 

7-25-16:Electronic Gaming Monthly may have suspended/ceased publication.  They are not taking subscription orders presently. 

7-15-16: School Nurse News has ceased pubication. 

7-8-16: Nascar Illustrated no longer offers subscriptions.  This may change in the future, but we have no word. 

6-9-16:  Meredith Publishing and American Media will no longer allow sales to libraries, schools or institutions.  We apologize for any inconvenience the publishers have caused.  The peridiocals we can no longer offer to schools and libraries are:  BETTER HOMES GARDENS,  COUNTRY GARDENS,  DIABETIC LIVING,   EATING WELL,   EVERY DAY RR,   FAMILY CIRCLE,   FAMILY FUN,   MARTHA STEWART,  MENS FITNESS,   OK!,   PARENTS,   SIEMPRE MUJER,   SHAPE,   SUCCESSFUL FARMING, TRADITIONAL HOME,  and WOOD. 

4-22-16:  A short-lived revival...Nickelodeon has ceased publication.

3-31-16: Library Sparks is ceasing pubication after the May/June issue. 

2-18-16: "Instructor" magazine is now called  "Teacher".

2-08-16: Our NYS Contract PC65233 has been extended for 2016. 

1-29-16: Ebony--is behind in their printing. They say the customer can view their current monthly copies online but the print issues are delayed. They last gave a late date for the November issue as 2/1/16 and for the Dec/Jan (combined issue) by 3/1/16.

1-15-16: Boys Quest and Hopscotch are ceasing publication.  Content from each will be added to Fun for Kids.

1-11-16:  Popstar has ceased publication.

11-30-15:  KIKI is ceasing publication. 

11-25-15: Twist and M Magazine are ceasing publication after the 1/16 issue. 

9-17-15: BMX Plus is ceasing publication.  Nov 2015 will be the last issue. 

9-11-15: Science Weekly just notified us they will not publisher for the 15-16 school year. 

8-3-15: Star Wars Magazine still has not published since October. We cannot process the orders under the circumstances.

8-1-15: Black Enterprise has returned our summer orders.  We will assume it has suspended/ceased publication.

5-7-15: To repeat the publisher of School Library Connection refuses to work with agencies.  It must be purchased directly.

5-14-15:  Teacher's Helper has ceased publication in all formats across all levels.

4-30-15:  A busy Spring....Yum for Kids is no longer accepting subscriptions.  Chopchop or Ingredient  are alternatives. 

4-28-15: Library Media Connection and School Library Monthly  are ceasing print publication.  They will be rreplaced by a combined, "multi-platform" product that can only be purchased directly--no agency sales.

4-24-15: School Librarians Workshop has ceased. 

4-20-15: Mailbox Yearbooks Kindergarten through intermediate (4-6) have ceased publication.

4-10-15:  HOOP has ceased publication.

2-25-15: Appleseeds and Odyssey have ceased publication.  Carus is culling its publications. 

2-17-15: Fitness has ceased publications.  Customers will receive Shape in its place. 

2-1-15: American Photo  has ceased publication.

1-6-15: Cat Fancy is now Catster and is only 6 issues per year. Dog Fancy is now Dogsteralso only 6 issues per year

1-2-15:  Carus is ending publication of all of its spanish language periodicals:  Iguana, Ladybug Esp, Babybug Esp, Ask Esp.

9-16-14: Macworld has ceased publication

9-9-14:  Calliope has ceased as a separate publication, now merged into DIG.

8-20-14: BOP has ceased publication.  All summer orders have been credited.  Current subscribers will receive Tigerbeat.

 

 To our New York State Customers: In renewing our state contract the Office of General Services changed our New York State Contract number.  Please call or email for our new state contract number.

 

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