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Science + Nature: Science mag for 8- 15 year olds. "Unpacking complex topics and stories, readers will walk away learning something new about the universe with every issue. Bringing STEAM topics into one fantastic magazine."  From the UK so a bit expensive. 

SMORE:  "Inspiring tomorrow's female leaders. A science magazine for smart young girls who can't stop wondering about the world around her.".  Ages 7 plus.

COLLEGE BOUND: Issues and Trends for the College Admissions Advisor begins its 34th Year Fall 2019.  The award-winning newsletter is published 10 months a year, tracking national trends in admissions and financial aid. Chock-full of information from inside admissions offices. See, www.collegeboundnews.com

CULTURS Magazine: the global multicultural magazine.  In the publishers words: It's a high-quality quarterly printed magazine for those who straddle culture, race, ethnicity, nation and/or location. You can check it out at: https://issuu.com/culturs/docs/9492-1556804244.  Looks very interesting.

XYZA: Xyza’s goal is to bring news to kids in a fun and engaging way. From the latest discoveries in science and technology; to the changes in politics around the world; to the most exciting news in sports, culture, and entertainment, Xyza covers it all for kids in elementary and middle schools.



STEM JOBS QUARTERLY:--designed to aid teachers and inspire middle & high school students to pursue STEM education and careers. The platform includes a print magazine, website, and educational tools

For children 5 and under check out DOT and Spanish DOT. " DOT encompasses all aspects of a child’s life, from jumping in puddles to learning through play. It encourages kids to be resourceful and find solutions using all the tools they naturally have at their disposition: imagination, creativity and fun."

Also Anorak for ages 6 plus.  "Every issue has a theme (inspired by the British National Curriculum) to inspire and encourage kids to tap into their natural creativity and learn while having fun. Every edition has plenty of beautifully illustrated stories, games and activities to keep your little ones' creative cells buzzing."

For those needing a less expensive alternative to School LIbrary Journal take a look at Story Monsters Inc. In its own words..."the literary resource for teachers, librarians and parents".  It is digital only but very inexpensive.  Please inquire.

We now offer bulk subscriptions to all Cricket Meda peridodicals--Ask, Cricket, Cicada, Click, Dig, Faces, Ladybug, Cobblestone, Muse, Spider.  For quantities of 20 or more per title the price is $10.00 per copy.

Cricket also offers bundles for elementary and middle schools with reduced pricing: Elementary bundle is Ladybug, Spider, Click, Ask and Cricket-- $24.97 for each title instead of $33.95.  The middle school bundle is Cobblestone, Faces, Dig and Muse.  Also $24.97 per title versus $33.95.

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 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 Canada--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. 

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.

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PUBLISHERS AND LIBRARY ORDERS: It is increasingly apparent that publishers are placing much blame on libraries for the current industry problems.  Misplaced of course but they still do it.  Numerous publishers will no longer accept library orders.  We are increasingly in a position of not being able to use the word library in the address information. 



4-6-21:  Scholastic will no longer offer single copy print subscriptions to its publications.  All teacher guides will be online only and must be ordered directly.

3-22-21:  The NCTM publication Math Teacher PreK-12 is on a calendar year basis only.  And they only ship back issues if orders are placed by 5/31 of the year the order is placed.  BE ADVISED----No single order/subscription will run for an entire school year. 

3-19-21: The National Wildlife Federation has stopped working with agencies. Ranger Rick, Rangr Rick Jr, Zoobooks, Zootles, Zoobinos and Nat Wildlife will no longer be available. 

10-27-20: Please contact Alini via email before signing up for a storefront account.  The storefront is only for a few customers that use p-cards.  It is not necessary to have a storefront account to be a customer of Alini and it does not contain past order history or needed information. 

10-20-20: Field and Stream and Outdoor Life have cease publication

6-10-20:  Digital Photo Pro, Ourdoor Photographer, The Writer, and Diabetes Self-Management  are going digital only in the near term.  Customer will receive a post card instructing them to provde an email address to receive directions to access the digital version. 

5-18-20:  There are many requests/inquiries about going to, or adding, digital subscriptions.  It is most important to note that a digital subscription still is a single subscription.  It is for one IP address or one device.  A digital subscription does not allow access to students from their homes or offsite locations. 

3-25-20:  We will no longer offer Teen Ink or Clay Times.  They do still publish--I think.  Neither publication responds to inquiries and I cannot  properly sevice you, my customers, working with publishers that are not responsive.  You can order direct, I think.  I do not know since I never hear back from either publication. 

3-20-20:  Stay healthy everyone...Please note...Scholastic is offering free access to its online learning....Scholastic stated that the "Learn at Home" program will support virtual learning plans. The free open access learning hub is divided into four grade spans; PreK - K, Grades 1-2, Grades 3-5 and Grades 6-9+..   http://www.scholastic.com/learnathome

9-27-19:  Rachel Ray will become newstand sales only, no subscriptions.

9-1-19: Make is publishing again.

Teaching Children Mathematics, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School and Mathematics Teacher has been discontinued with their final issues being May of 2019. We are currently working on the process for converting all subscriptions over to the new journal MTLT in January.

Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PreK-12 (MTLT) will run January through December, with 12 issues a year instead of our previous schedule of 7 issues. In addition, all print subscribers will receive the digital content bundled with their print issue, and will be able to view this content via IP access.

7-1-19: Arts and Activities is ceasing publication

5-1-19: EPSN is ceasing publication

2-28-19: Transworld Motocross, Skateboarding and Snowboarding have ceased publication.

11-27-18: American Girl is ceasing publication

12-1-18: Glamour is ceasing publication

10-22-18: Cooking Light is ceasing publication.  December 2018 will be the last issue.  The publisher will substitute Eating Well for the remainder of subscriptions.

10-12-18: Seventeen and Redbook have ceased publication.

5-16-18: "Internet@Schools is now being incorporated into  "Computers in Libraries Magazine" as of January/February 2018 Volume 38#1 "Emerging Tech" Computers in Libraries Magazine has 10 issues a year.... combined issues January/February and July/August --- we are offering our customers that received  "Internet @ Schools" the same price that they paid $49.95 ..to receive Computers in Libraries. How long that pricing will last is uncertain.. 


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