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The Week Junior

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Magazine

The Week Junior is a brilliant current affairs magazine for children aged between 8 and 14. It’s filled with fascinating stories and information, written to engage curious young minds and encourage them to explore and understand the world around them.

Royals criticised for Caribbean tour

Paying for the past

Ukraine-Russia talks take place in Turkey

Oscar winners announced

IT’S AN AMAZING WEEK FOR…

New plan for schools unveiled

WORD OF THE WEEK

Do longer days work?

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

Climate strikes in Scotland

Book Awards shortlist

Post box toppers are back

Multi-storey skatepark opens

Around the world

Should athletes be allowed to protest? • Some people say sporting competitions should be about sport – and nothing else.

What you need to know

YES • Three reasons why athletes should be allowed to protest

NO • Three reasons why they should not be allowed to protest

Sniffing out an inspired story • Ben Miller’s pet helped him with his new book.

The man behind the gif

Turning off the plastic

“”THEY SAID IT!

Orangutans like to sound cool

A real-life Doctor Dolittle

Blackthorn in blossom

A pair of transparent frogs

Good week

Bad week

Animal of the week

Do cats have good eyesight?

Trees at the top of the world • Discover the importance of the planet’s frostiest forests.

Three spectacular snow forests

Turning junk into gold

Cleaning up a dirty business

Martian air would jumble up speech

Breakthrough for locked-in people

NEW ISSUE ALERT!

Angel City is aiming high

Hegerberg is back

THE WEEK’S WINNERS…

Track down the truth • Learning to spot what’s real and what’s rubbish in the news can reduce anxiety.

Check before you share

Fact or fake news?

Superheroes and orphans • A new exhibition explores how orphans are the stars in many comics.

Three famous orphans and adopted people

Pandemic playtime • Young people provided the art for a new online exhibition.

5 new amazing animal stories • All creatures great and small feature in this selection of new books including animals.

Dread Wood

Jennifer Killick • The Dread Wood writer on why she didn’t get into trouble in school.

READERS RECOMMEND

Geocaching • Enjoy searching for secret stuff when you go…

HOW, WHAT, WHERE?

“WE WALKED A LOT FURTHER”

Make an Easter tree

Puzzles

That’s unbelievable!

Editor’s note

CHARITY OF THE WEEK

Protesting for Ukraine

GET INVOLVED

YOUR PHOTOS • We’d love to see your snaps. Send them to us at hello@theweekjunior.co.uk Don’t forget to tell us why you took them.

Teacher OF THE WEEK

POPJAM

THE WEEK Junior SHOW

Quiz of the week

The Week Junior


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 32 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: 329

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: March 31, 2022

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Kids & Teens

Languages

English

The Week Junior is a brilliant current affairs magazine for children aged between 8 and 14. It’s filled with fascinating stories and information, written to engage curious young minds and encourage them to explore and understand the world around them.

Royals criticised for Caribbean tour

Paying for the past

Ukraine-Russia talks take place in Turkey

Oscar winners announced

IT’S AN AMAZING WEEK FOR…

New plan for schools unveiled

WORD OF THE WEEK

Do longer days work?

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

Climate strikes in Scotland

Book Awards shortlist

Post box toppers are back

Multi-storey skatepark opens

Around the world

Should athletes be allowed to protest? • Some people say sporting competitions should be about sport – and nothing else.

What you need to know

YES • Three reasons why athletes should be allowed to protest

NO • Three reasons why they should not be allowed to protest

Sniffing out an inspired story • Ben Miller’s pet helped him with his new book.

The man behind the gif

Turning off the plastic

“”THEY SAID IT!

Orangutans like to sound cool

A real-life Doctor Dolittle

Blackthorn in blossom

A pair of transparent frogs

Good week

Bad week

Animal of the week

Do cats have good eyesight?

Trees at the top of the world • Discover the importance of the planet’s frostiest forests.

Three spectacular snow forests

Turning junk into gold

Cleaning up a dirty business

Martian air would jumble up speech

Breakthrough for locked-in people

NEW ISSUE ALERT!

Angel City is aiming high

Hegerberg is back

THE WEEK’S WINNERS…

Track down the truth • Learning to spot what’s real and what’s rubbish in the news can reduce anxiety.

Check before you share

Fact or fake news?

Superheroes and orphans • A new exhibition explores how orphans are the stars in many comics.

Three famous orphans and adopted people

Pandemic playtime • Young people provided the art for a new online exhibition.

5 new amazing animal stories • All creatures great and small feature in this selection of new books including animals.

Dread Wood

Jennifer Killick • The Dread Wood writer on why she didn’t get into trouble in school.

READERS RECOMMEND

Geocaching • Enjoy searching for secret stuff when you go…

HOW, WHAT, WHERE?

“WE WALKED A LOT FURTHER”

Make an Easter tree

Puzzles

That’s unbelievable!

Editor’s note

CHARITY OF THE WEEK

Protesting for Ukraine

GET INVOLVED

YOUR PHOTOS • We’d love to see your snaps. Send them to us at hello@theweekjunior.co.uk Don’t forget to tell us why you took them.

Teacher OF THE WEEK

POPJAM

THE WEEK Junior SHOW

Quiz of the week

The Week Junior


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