CRICKET March 2019

Make a splash on a TV talent show, a watery sci-fi world, the D-Day beaches, or as the first woman doctor.

Cover art by Lori McElrath-Eslick



Fun fiction, notable non-fiction, powerful poems, and fascinating fairytales are just a few of the engaging features you and your children will enjoy in this edition of CRICKET Magazine.


Chock full of entertaining tales, both real and fiction, you and your kids can explore the world and beyond through a variety of stories, articles, cartoons, games, and more. Visit space with the third installment of “In Search Of” and then come back to earth and go back in time to study real-life ocean crafts that the U.S. used in World War II. Join an adventurous Viking with a Norse story and get introduced to a true feel-good Czech fairytale. No matter where in—or out—of the world you want to travel, this edition of CRICKET Magazine will take you and your kids there.





Enjoy features including  

  • Talent Sprouts by Rosemary Laughlin
  • What Does a River Rock Gather? by Buffy Silverman
  • In Search Of . . .by Joan Lennon
  • Eureka! The Boats That Helped Win World War II by Erin Levens Cundiff
  • Left Behind by Susan Hall
  • Elizabeth Walker: The First Woman Doctor by Richard L. Mattis
  • Cricket Readers Recommend
  • Tall, Wide, and Piercing Eyes by Ariane Sroubek
  • Different by Robin Roberts


Regular features of CRICKET magazine include Letterbox, Cricket Country, Ugly Bird’s Crossbird Puzzle, Cricket League, Cricket and Ladybug, and Old Cricket Says.