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AppleSeeds Magazine

Attention: AppleSeeds Magazine merged with ASK to deliver the best in arts and sciences for kids 6 to 9 years old.

The new ASK magazine is full of fun facts, informative scientific articles, and hands-on activities. Learn more about the new ASK magazine, which recently won another Parents' Choice Gold Award.

You can also find AppleSeeds back issues covering specific art, history and science topics below.

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  1. Growing Up in the Civil War

    Growing Up in the Civil War

    $6.95
    Letters, diaries, songs, and photographs tell the story of the Civil War and what life was like for all Americans during this dreadful conflict. Listen as children and adults explain why they fought and what they were fighting for. Learn More
  2. Learning with Animals

    Learning with Animals

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    Explore the ways people have tried to learn about animals, from ancient cave paintings to Jane Goodall's scientific observation to walks in the woods with a faithful dog. Also learn about migration, ants, and fish in space, and read a traditional Algonquin legend. Learn More
  3. Amazing Animal Abilities

    Amazing Animal Abilities

    $6.95
    In this issue of AppleSeeds you'll meet some truly AMAZING animals. A turtle swims 9,000 miles to go home. A tiny owl hears better than any animal ever tested. Bats whisper messages and dolphins click them. A snake glides 300 feet thought the air-- without wings. And an octopus turns itself into more shapes than you can imagine. And look carefully as you read this issue, because AppleSeeds own Huck wants to show off his own amazing animal abilities! Learn More
  4. Who Did What in the Age of Exploration

    Who Did What in the Age of Exploration

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    It's September and time to go exploring-- new classes, new friends, new adventures. What if you could also explore new worlds? What if you could go places and meet people that no one in your world had ever heard of or seen? Five hundred years ago, for more than a century, Europeans did just that. In this issue of AppleSeeds you can explore the world almost with some of those daring people. Have a great trip! Learn More
  5. Your Are There in the Rainforest

    Your Are There in the Rainforest

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    Welcome to the world's rainforests! Are you ready to be hot,sticky, and totally fascinated? In this issue of AppleSeeds, you will meet some amazing people and even more amazing creatures, from howling monkeys to see-through frogs. Long long ago Earth had 4 billion acres of rainforest. Almost half of it is gone today. Find out what rainforests are like and why they matter! Learn More
  6. Civil War Kids

    Civil War Kids

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    Americans fought each other in the Civil War from 1861 to 1865. About 625,000 Americans died in the war and hundreds of thousands were wounded. Kids lived through the war, too. Some fought. Some died. Most worked at home to support the soldiers. But the life of every American child was changed by the war. Meet some of those Civil War kids in this issue of Appleseeds! Learn More
  7. Who Did What in Colonial America

    Who Did What in Colonial America

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    Welcome to Colonial America, when life was very different from today-- but in some ways the same. Just like you, Colonial kids had chores to do and games to play.And just like today, people made things and sold things and traded things. Come with us on a journey back in time to find out just who did what in the early days of our nation. Learn More
  8. John Muir

    John Muir

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    Why is it important to care for the natural world? John Muir had a lot of answers to that question. "Break clear away one in a while," he said. And thanks to Muir, we have national parks to protect the country's most beautiful places, as well as the Sierra Club. In this issue, you'll meet John Muir and get some good ideas about how to are for our earth and have a great time in the process. Learn More
  9. Growing Up in Jamestown

    Growing Up in Jamestown

    $6.95
    Travel back in time to real beginnings of the United States - the first English colony, Jamestown. You'll visit the world of Pocahontas and meet the people who changed that world forever. From the boys who arrived with the first colonists to the young people who came later, see what it was like to grow up in this "new" world. You'll meet young people who came as indentured servants, some who came to work for the Virginia Company, and some who came against their will, enslaved in Africa. You can find out what it was like to be kidnapped and what it was like to be traded for a bag of beans! The issue also includes an article on the archeology that is giving us many of these stories. Learn More
  10. Coming to America: Immigrant Stories

    Coming to America: Immigrant Stories

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    Where do your ancestors come from? Brush up on immigration then and now, and how people from all over the world have shaped America. Find out why people left their countries and how they lived in America once they arrived. Read first-hand accounts of immigrant kids and how their names might have been altered at Ellis Island. Learn More

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