CRICKET May-June 2019
Cover art by Polly M. Law
Ohhhh the drama! This edition of CRICKET Magazine celebrates every aspect of the performing arts. Go behind the scenes, take the main stage, dance, sing, and play as you dive into the world of what it takes to make a show happen.
Follow Ashley as she discovers the joys of performing, delve into the incredibly superstitious world of theater, meet an incredibly talented ballet dancer, and more. CRICKET Magazine not only focuses on the arts, it takes young readers to the Far East with tales, art, and poems from China and Japan. Kids love the interactive games and crafts and will find important and relatable lessons in the articles and stories.
Enjoy features including:
- Finding the Perfect Sandy by Amy Hempe
- Break a Leg, Macbeth (Shh!) by Jennifer Sneed
- The Boy Who Became a Dancer by Fanny Wong
- The Nightingale by Alissa King
- Somewhere in a Tree by Beverly McLoughland
- Good-Luck Chinese Dragon by Beatrice Tanaka
- Cheonson and the Admiral by S. Q. Eries
- A Fiddler by Walter de la Mare
- Farewell by Marnie K. Jorenby
Regular features of CRICKET magazine include Letterbox, Cricket Country, Ugly Bird’s Crossbird Puzzle, Cricket League, Cricket and Ladybug, and Old Cricket Says.