CRICKET January 2018
Cover art by Daniel Powers
There be dragons in this edition of CRICKET magazine! But you’ll also find ghosts, kings, and ice cream!
If you’re in the mood for a fantastic fantasy story, don’t miss Tamitha and the Dragon by Elizabeth C. Desimone, Dragon Treat by Jeffrey Dean Doty, and The Water Bucket by Phillis Gershato. If you’re interested in a fantastic factual story, CRICKET magazine has you covered too, with the captivating true life story of how Dr. John Snow helped overcome the cholera epidemic. From to poems about ice-hockey to making your own ice-cream and everything in-between, this can’t miss edition of CRICKET magazine is perfect for kids of all ages.
Enjoy features including:
- Morning Snow by Chiyo-ni
- Frosty Fun by Michelle Davlantis
- The Ghost on the Moor by Sara Rajan
- Fresh Ice by Jacqueline Jules
- Vercingetorix, King Over Warriors by Diana Allor
- John Snow and the Broad Street Pump by Kathleen Tuthill
Regular features of CRICKET magazine include Letterbox, Cricket Country, Ugly Bird’s Crossbird Puzzle, Cricket League, Cricket and Ladybug, and Old Cricket Says.