Highlights for Children & Delhi Press unveil new kids’ mags

22 Apr,2013

By A Correspondent

 

North American children’s magazine publisher Highlights for Children and Delhi Press have collaborated to bring Highlights Champs and Highlights Genie magazines to India.

 

Highlights Magazine (http://www.highlights.com/) uses stories, poems, and activities to engage children in early learning and helps them to develop a strong sense of curiosity, creativity, confidence, and caring. From its beginning in the 1940s, the magazine has celebrated children’s experiences in many different cultures and religions around the world.

 

Highlights Champs is designed for children aged 6-12, and includes a mix of fiction, poetry, science, craft and readers’ contributions. It also features beloved content from Highlights magazine such as Hidden Pictures, the Timbertoes and Goofus and Gallant. Highlights Genies targets children aged 2-6 and uses stories, poems and activities to engage children in early learning and help them to develop a strong sense of curiosity, creativity, confidence and caring.

 

“Parents in India place a high value on education and care deeply about helping their children develop strong learning skills at an early age. With a blend of Highlights’ exceptional content for children and Delhi Press’ unique understanding of the market, Highlights Champs and Highlights Genies will be ideally positioned to fulfill the needs of both parents and children,” said Paresh Nath, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Delhi Press.

 

Highlights CEO Kent Johnson said, “When my great-grandparents started Highlights in 1946, one of the things they hoped to do in the pages of the magazine was celebrate children’s experiences in many different cultures around the world. I think they would be so pleased – and maybe astonished too – to see how far their ‘Fun with a Purpose’ magazine has travelled.”

 

Highlights Champs and Highlights Genies will be available through subscriptions as well as in newsstands and books stories throughout India.

 

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