Supernova magazine vol 4.1


In this issue:

  • Our Amazing Earth
  • Killer Plants
  • Child Prodigies
  • The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
  • Spinning a Tale – the History of Yarn


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Did you know that Pablo Picasso showed an interest in drawing even before he could speak? Marie Curie, Nobel Prize winner in physics, as well as in chemistry, taught herself to read (Russian and French) and helped her siblings with their maths homework at the age of four. Kim Ung-Yong was a guest physics student at Hanyang University in South Korea at the age of three.

Sure, these amazing minds are considered child prodigies, but who’s to say there isn’t a genius hiding deep inside each of us? Think about what you are passionate about, your different abilities and your dreams for the future. What do they have in common? If you love helping people and you’re really good at learning different languages, you may be the next greatest linguistics professor on your way to win a Nobel Prize in literature!

The most important thing to remember is that the only person standing in the way of your success is you. Also remember, most successful people have 10% talent and put in 90% hard work. If you have a goal, you must be willing to put in the hours to achieve it. Fortunately, I know you can do it and you’re already on your way to great things because you’re reading the mag for curious kids!


Editor: Andrea Vermaak
ISBN: 9772224144204-00401
Genre: Children’s Magazine
Ages: 8-15



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