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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.

PM warns Russia over Ukraine

The Soviet Union

Tonga recovers from big tsunami

IT’S AN AMAZING WEEK FOR…

Teen makes epic solo flight

Restrictions lifted across the UK

SAUSAGE

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

Sue Gray’s report

Small gardens help bees

Boys’ school cuts hair rules

Bin lorries get a makeover

Holocaust Memorial Day marked

Around the world

Is £45 million too much for a painting? • A painting is worth as much as someone wants to pay for it.

From the playground to a television studio • Billy Jenkins is the star of a new BBC show.

The underground sound

A huge reading challenge

Hare’s record-breaking trip

SOWSEEDS FOR SPRING

An incredible journey

Rare coral reef discovered

Good week

Bad week

European Hedgehog

What is the most deadly snake?

The world’s coolest stars • The 2022 Winter Olympics are about to get started in China.

Exploring the Moon’s far side

The Moon’s molten past

The world’s oldest drinking straws?

Tearless onions go on sale

Walk-Mate helps Buddhist pilgrims

Photos of the week

Young fans net basketball experience

THE WEEK’S WINNERS…

Watch out for 3x3

Your mental health matters • A mental health festival for schools offers something for everyone.

“The festival made me feel like I wasn’t alone”

How do I get involved?

Monsters on the loose • Myths and Monsters is a new exhibition in Bath.

Three famous storybook monsters

Encanto song tops the charts

FILM CLUB • Go back to Wallace and Gromit’s first adventure.

THIS WEEK’S WATCH LIST

Gaming giants get bigger • Microsoft wants to buy publisher Activision Blizzard but what does it mean?

5 books to take you back in time • Take a trip into the past and experience what life used to be like in bygone eras.

The Hunt for the Nightingale

Sarah Ann Juckes • The Hunt for the Nightingale writer reveals her favourite character.

READERS RECOMMEND

Swimming

HOW, WHAT, WHERE?

“I LIKE MAKING A BIG SPLASH”

How to… Make a paper-cut tiger

Puzzles

That’s unbelievable!

Editor’s note

The Children’s Burns Foundation

My petition

Time to get creative

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

Puzzles page and quiz answers

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: 320

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: January 28, 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.

PM warns Russia over Ukraine

The Soviet Union

Tonga recovers from big tsunami

IT’S AN AMAZING WEEK FOR…

Teen makes epic solo flight

Restrictions lifted across the UK

SAUSAGE

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

Sue Gray’s report

Small gardens help bees

Boys’ school cuts hair rules

Bin lorries get a makeover

Holocaust Memorial Day marked

Around the world

Is £45 million too much for a painting? • A painting is worth as much as someone wants to pay for it.

From the playground to a television studio • Billy Jenkins is the star of a new BBC show.

The underground sound

A huge reading challenge

Hare’s record-breaking trip

SOWSEEDS FOR SPRING

An incredible journey

Rare coral reef discovered

Good week

Bad week

European Hedgehog

What is the most deadly snake?

The world’s coolest stars • The 2022 Winter Olympics are about to get started in China.

Exploring the Moon’s far side

The Moon’s molten past

The world’s oldest drinking straws?

Tearless onions go on sale

Walk-Mate helps Buddhist pilgrims

Photos of the week

Young fans net basketball experience

THE WEEK’S WINNERS…

Watch out for 3x3

Your mental health matters • A mental health festival for schools offers something for everyone.

“The festival made me feel like I wasn’t alone”

How do I get involved?

Monsters on the loose • Myths and Monsters is a new exhibition in Bath.

Three famous storybook monsters

Encanto song tops the charts

FILM CLUB • Go back to Wallace and Gromit’s first adventure.

THIS WEEK’S WATCH LIST

Gaming giants get bigger • Microsoft wants to buy publisher Activision Blizzard but what does it mean?

5 books to take you back in time • Take a trip into the past and experience what life used to be like in bygone eras.

The Hunt for the Nightingale

Sarah Ann Juckes • The Hunt for the Nightingale writer reveals her favourite character.

READERS RECOMMEND

Swimming

HOW, WHAT, WHERE?

“I LIKE MAKING A BIG SPLASH”

How to… Make a paper-cut tiger

Puzzles

That’s unbelievable!

Editor’s note

The Children’s Burns Foundation

My petition

Time to get creative

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

Puzzles page and quiz answers

POPJAM

THE WEEK Junior SHOW

Quiz of the week

The Week Junior


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