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Kids Discover

Kids Discover
Categories Children's non-fiction
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 350,000[1]
First issue June/July 1991
Company Kids Discover
Country United States
Language English
Website ISSN 1054-2868

Kids Discover is a children's non-fiction magazine in a similar vein to Zoobooks. Its issues focus on themes such as government, science, and history and are meant to give the reader a general understanding to a subject within such a field. It is often used in elementary school education.

Issues

Each issue focuses on a specific topic. Kids Discover sometimes repeats its most popular topics, updating the material if required. This practice has caused some controversy among subscribers.[1]

World History

  • 7 Wonders
  • African Kingdoms
  • Ancient China
  • Ancient Egypt
  • Ancient Greece
  • Ancient India
  • Ancient Persia
  • Aztecs
  • Caribbean
  • Explorers
  • Great Wall Of China
  • Incas
  • Industrial Revolution
  • Kings & Queens
  • Knights & Castles
  • Language
  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Maps
  • Marco Polo
  • Maya
  • Mesopotamia
  • Mexico
  • Middle Ages
  • Money
  • Mummies
  • Pyramids
  • Roman Empire
  • Samurai
  • Shakespeare
  • Shelter
  • Titanic
  • Vikings
  • World War I
  • World War II

American History and Culture

  • 1776
  • America 1492
  • American Revolution
  • Ben Franklin
  • Civil Rights
  • Civil War
  • Colonial America
  • Declaration Of Independence
  • Edison, Thomas
  • Ellis Island
  • Firefighters
  • Great Depression
  • Hawaii
  • How America Works
  • Immigration
  • Jackie Robinson
  • Jefferson
  • Lewis & Clark
  • Lincoln
  • Mark Twain
  • Martin Luther King, Jr
  • Mississippi River
  • Native America
  • Northwest Coast Peoples
  • Pioneers
  • Plains Indians
  • Presidency
  • Revolutionary Women
  • Roaring 20’s
  • Sacagawea
  • Southwest Peoples
  • Statue Of Liberty
  • Suffragists
  • Teddy Roosevelt
  • Underground Railroad
  • Washington
  • Wright Brothers

Life Sciences

  • 5 Senses
  • Bees
  • Birds
  • Blood
  • Boats & Ships
  • Bones
  • Brain
  • Butterflies & Moths
  • Cells
  • Conservation
  • Ecology
  • Elephants
  • Energy
  • Everglades
  • Eyes
  • Flowers
  • Germs
  • Gorillas
  • Heart
  • Insects
  • Lakes
  • Lungs
  • Medicine
  • Microbes
  • Muscles
  • Nutrition
  • Oceans
  • Plants
  • Rain Forests
  • Rain Forests II
  • Skin
  • Spiders
  • Wetlands

Earth Science

  • Antarctica
  • Climate
  • Earth
  • Earthquakes
  • Extreme Weather
  • Glaciers
  • Grand Canyon
  • Hurricanes
  • Ice Age
  • Islands
  • Mountains
  • Oceans
  • Pompeii
  • Rain & Snow
  • Rocks
  • Shelter
  • Tornadoes
  • Volcanoes
  • Water
  • Weather

Space and Physical Science

  • Astronauts
  • Atoms
  • Bridges
  • Electricity
  • Energy
  • Inventions
  • Light
  • Moon
  • Moon Exploration
  • Planets
  • Simple Machines
  • Solar System
  • Space
  • Space Exploration
  • Stars & Nebulae
  • Sun
  • Telescopes
  • Water

Awards and nominations

Kids Discover won the Golden Lamp Award in 1999 and was a finalist for two National Magazine Awards in 1992.[2][3]

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