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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.

Countries welcome Ukrainian refugees

Humanitarian corridors

Global deal to reduce plastic waste agreed

IT’S AN AMAZING WEEK FOR…

Winter Paralympics go for gold

UK charities raise millions for Ukraine

Your responses

CHARITY

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

Birmingham’s first black MP

Shooting star lights up photo

Pasty champions crowned

Awards given to inspiring women

Around the world

Are teenagers too young to drink coffee? • Some people say caffeine isn’t good for young people’s health.

Filling books with charm • Author Elle McNicoll talks about her latest story.

President from Pakistan

School’s new safety hero

A decade to act on climate

AVOID HIDDEN PLASTICS

National Trust plants a forest to soak up emissions

Song sparrows have DJ skills

Good week

Bad week

Cuban painted snail

Do animals fight with each other?

The world’s most mindbending art • Step inside the weird and wonderful world of surrealism.

Famous surrealist artworks

Secret of Covid dodgers

Pandemic spinoffs

Tri-rannosaurus

Noisy boots could help astronauts

The shape-changing drone

Photos of the week

British rider’s home success

Computer cycling stars

THE WEEK’S WINNERS…

How do you doodle? • Discover the secret powers of scrawling, scribbling and squiggling.

Get squiggling

How To Be Me

Food for thought • An exhibition is touring the north-east of England.

Three other galleries in historic buildings

Mindful invention • Stix wants to help support young people’s mental health in a fun way.

5 terrific books about trains • Experience the world’s most interesting and exciting railways with these books.

The Ship of Doom

M.A. Bennett • The Ship of Doom’s writer reveals her addiction to TV.

READERS RECOMMEND

Fossil hunting

HOW, WHAT, WHERE?

“A BIG PART OF OUR LIVES”

Use punctuation effectively

Puzzles

That’s unbelievable!

Editor’s note

CHARITY OF THE WEEK

Our story: The Arctic Blossom

Join this drawing project

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: 326

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: March 10, 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.

Countries welcome Ukrainian refugees

Humanitarian corridors

Global deal to reduce plastic waste agreed

IT’S AN AMAZING WEEK FOR…

Winter Paralympics go for gold

UK charities raise millions for Ukraine

Your responses

CHARITY

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

Birmingham’s first black MP

Shooting star lights up photo

Pasty champions crowned

Awards given to inspiring women

Around the world

Are teenagers too young to drink coffee? • Some people say caffeine isn’t good for young people’s health.

Filling books with charm • Author Elle McNicoll talks about her latest story.

President from Pakistan

School’s new safety hero

A decade to act on climate

AVOID HIDDEN PLASTICS

National Trust plants a forest to soak up emissions

Song sparrows have DJ skills

Good week

Bad week

Cuban painted snail

Do animals fight with each other?

The world’s most mindbending art • Step inside the weird and wonderful world of surrealism.

Famous surrealist artworks

Secret of Covid dodgers

Pandemic spinoffs

Tri-rannosaurus

Noisy boots could help astronauts

The shape-changing drone

Photos of the week

British rider’s home success

Computer cycling stars

THE WEEK’S WINNERS…

How do you doodle? • Discover the secret powers of scrawling, scribbling and squiggling.

Get squiggling

How To Be Me

Food for thought • An exhibition is touring the north-east of England.

Three other galleries in historic buildings

Mindful invention • Stix wants to help support young people’s mental health in a fun way.

5 terrific books about trains • Experience the world’s most interesting and exciting railways with these books.

The Ship of Doom

M.A. Bennett • The Ship of Doom’s writer reveals her addiction to TV.

READERS RECOMMEND

Fossil hunting

HOW, WHAT, WHERE?

“A BIG PART OF OUR LIVES”

Use punctuation effectively

Puzzles

That’s unbelievable!

Editor’s note

CHARITY OF THE WEEK

Our story: The Arctic Blossom

Join this drawing project

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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