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Supernova 2.3

In this issue:

  • Busy bees
  • The Republic of Ireland
  • Fascinating Moon phases
  • Fracking, Guide to coolest party
  • Wakeboarding
  • Flower power



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Edit: Regretfully, this magazine is out of print. 


I hope that the new year is treating you well so far, that your teachers are awesome and that you are having loads of fun learning new stuff!

While putting this issue of Supernova together, I was reminded how everything in the world is connected and how everything in our natural environment is so important. If even the tiniest link in the enormous circle of life went missing, there would be serious repercussions for all of us.

Take bees, for example. Without bees, pollination would decline dramatically and many plant species would die out. This would not only affect the look of our natural environment, but the food sources we have at our disposal. This would then have serious repercussions for many animals too. Do you see how important it is to look after everything we have?

What are you doing to look after the most seemingly insignificant of creatures? Remember that even the tiniest little stone in your garden may be the home of a little piece of moss that, in turn, is home to tiny, important organisms? Let me know what you are doing to take care of our precious planet! Remember, every single one of us is here for a reason and we each play a vital role in the continuation of the circle of life!

Additional information

Dimensions 19.5 × 27 cm
Editor: Andrea Vermaak
ISBN: 9772224144204-00203
Genre: Children’s Magazine
Ages: 9-14