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Calling All Young Scientists!

Picture of 3 science beakers with blue, green and red liquid.

Apr 08, 2020

Did you know that the Ottawa Public Library offers free access to a variety of magazines? If there’s a budding scientist in your life, a library card will unlock the door to these great science magazines for kids. 

Kids Go Gardening: Spring is in the air, so now is the perfect time to start planning your garden. This magazine will give you lots of kid-friendly ideas for growing vegetables and flowers around your home. Don’t miss the word puzzles and craft ideas, too. Available online through PressReader.

Wild: Do you know what kind of bird can fly upside-down? Do snails have teeth? For the answers to these questions and many others, look no further than Wild Magazine. Jam-packed with trivia, puzzles, and games, you’re sure to find something for everyone. Available online through PressReader.

National Geographic Little Kids: For younger readers in your household, the Little Kids version of National Geographic has beautiful full-colour photographs, learning prompts, and fun facts about a variety of animals. You can also check out National Geographic Kids for older readers. Available online through RBdigital.

Muse: For the aspiring scientists among us, Muse features articles about discoveries and trending topics in the scientific community alongside fun quizzes and reader questions. Merging science photography and comic-book illustrations, this magazine has wide appeal. Available online through RBdigital.

Beyond Horizons: A magazine for tweens and teens, Beyond Horizons features articles about the environment, prehistoric creatures, physical activity, and much more. Available online through PressReader. 

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Blog post contributed by Jennifer from our Beaverbrook branch.