• Young Reader’s Day

    by  • November 13, 2018 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    Children with a bookThe second Tuesday in November is Young Reader’s Day, and we’re celebrating with some recommendations from the MSJ back catalog for stories that are appropriate to share with young readers in your life!

    The Day I Saved the Science Fair” by Alyssa N. Vaughn (a charming story of a young woman who would rather study than watch superheroes)

    “Tooth Fairy Experiments” by Sarina Dorie (troll students forced to experiment on tooth fairies) (available in Spring 2017 issue)

    “When I Grow Up” by K. Kitts (adorable tale of an otherworldly child) (available in Summer 2014 issue)

    “The Young Naturalist’s Corner: Strange Lizards of Amprad” by K. C. Shaw (young biologist at work) (available in Winter 2014 issue)

    “Diary of a Turnip Girl” by Finale Doshi-Velez (wonderful story about genetic engineering and children) (available in Summer 2013 issue)

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