Go small or go home! Meet some marvelous miniatures in this big edition of ASK Magazine focused on all-things small. From some of the small creatures around us to the trimming of tiny trees, you and your kids will learn how to see the world on a whole new scale.
Making miniatures can be fun and fulfilling, but also frustrating! Imagine trying to paint a grain of rice, carve a pencil tip, or etch an image into a grain of sand! It takes a steady hand and an abundance of patience but as you review the riveting results, you can see how it is all worth it. ASK Magazine crams every nook and cranny of this jam-packed edition full of theses marvelous minute minis, including detailed dollhouse furniture, tiny theaters, scaled-models of scenic sites, or a nanocar race with—believe it or not—molecule cars. You’ll also get to know some of the biggest and best when it comes to the real-life microscopic world around you. You’ll meet a mini mammal, the smallest snail, the bittiest bird, the littlest lizard, and more!
Enjoy features including:
- A Window to the Past by Maria Hlohowskyj
- Tiny Trees by Kevin Kohler
- A Small Problem by Jay Hosler
- Ant’s Art Gallery by Leonardo Da Weensy
- The Invisible Race by Aminta Quintero-Jackson
- The Tiny Wild by Elizabeth Preston
- Setting the Stage for the Tooth Fairy
Regular features of ASK magazine include Nosy News, Nestor’s Dock, Bot’s Mighty Math, Ask Ask, Contest and Letters, and Marvin and Friends.