CRICKET Magazine March 2021


Read about a pioneering photojournalist, a boy who saves a baby seal, and why you should smile at a horse.

Cover art by Daniel Powers


Heroes and horses dominate this edition of CRICKET Magazine which is full of fascinating stories, both true-life and fiction.


Travel around the world and back in time as CRICKET Magazine transports you to the furthest corners of your imagination. Learn about the adventures of Life magazine photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White and see what it takes to get the perfect picture. Find out fascinating facts about the Great Seattle Fire of 1889 through historical fiction. Or follow a folktale from Russia that will take you to some seriously strange places. With sophisticated illustrations and engaging puzzles, your children will be hooked.


Enjoy features including:

  • Put on a Happy Face by Kiersten Gibizov
  • Sadly Outgrown by Barbara J. Mayer
  • A Year and a Day by Marilyn Helmer
  • Maggie the Indestructible by D. E. Brigham
  • Milly and the Great Seattle Fire by Carissa Sumner
  • What the Angels Call Me by Steph Kwiatkowski
  • Katerina and the Bright Falcon by Deborah Gee Zigenis
  • Hugo and the Seal by Nora Nickum

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