Supernova 8.5

In this issue:

  • Big-Eyed Bush Babies
  • Curvy Architecture (Antoni Gaudi)
  • Writing Whiz: How to write like a science fiction author
  • Notre Dame
  • Old art being restored… or ruined?
  • Competitive horse riding
  • Everything you need to know about books!
  • How to make a bush baby pencil holder with Pratley FrogzEggz(TM)
  • How pixels work
  • The colour yellow
  • Failed predictions about the future
  • How many yellow things can you find in your house?
  • Strange names for South African places

And as always… much much more.

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In this issue, we introduce more interviews (with a twist!), we catch up with evolving technologies, and we give some of the old favourites a fresh feel. This might also be the cutest issue ever, as you can’t help but say “Aaawww!” when you see those big-eyed bush babies. So too so we marvel at natures’s scary volcanoes. At the same time, we can’t help but see yellow everywhere, as the flowers are blooming and spring is on its way. Celebrate the seasons with your mag in hand. Maybe take a road trip to far-off places with odd and interesting names, or just out your feet up and read your SN.

Editorial: Benoit Knox and Alexander Moolman
ISBN: 9772224144204-00705
Genre: Children’s Magazine
Ages: 9-14


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Dimensions 19.5 × 27 cm

Supernova, the mag for curious kids is an educational magazine, targeted at children between the ages of 9 and 14. This bi-monthly publication aims to make children aware of issues which affect them, their community and the environment, by giving them tools and inspiration to become active and responsible world citizens.

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