These book reviewers and magazine editors have been updated as noted at the end of any listing (10/10). If the contact is vital to you, verify the book reviewer's or editor's name and address before making submissions. Please send us any corrections or additions. Email JohnKremer@bookmarket.com. Thanks. Let's keep this list up-to-date for everyone.
Ayesha Reviews. Email: email@example.com. Web: http://www.ayeshareviews.com. Online children's book reviews by teen and tween bloggers. No address, and they solicit authors to advertise (3/11).
Boys' Life Magazine, 1325 W Walnut Hill Lane, P O Box 152079, Irving TX 75015-2079. Web: http://www.boyslife.org. Monthly magazine published by the Boy Scouts of America since 1911 (12/10).
The Children's Book Review, 41 Laurel Avenue, San Anselmo CA 94960. Web: http://www.thechildrensbookreview.com. Online children's book review (includes paid reviews).
Highlights for Children, 1800 Watermark Drive (43215-1060), P O Box 269, Columbus OH 43216-0269; 614-486-0631.
National Geographic Kids, National Geographic Society, 1145 17th Street NW, Washington DC 20036-4688. Web: http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids. Published 10 times per year. Travel and science magazine for children (8/10).
Ranger Rick, National Wildlife Federation, 11100 Wildlife Center Drive, Reston VA 20190-5362. Web: http://www.nwf.org. 10 issues per year featured on animal and nature activities for kids, ages 7 to 14. Also publishes Your Big Backyard (ages 4 to 7) and Animal Baby (ages 2 to 4) - (12/10).
Scouting Magazine, Boy Scouts of America, P O Box 152079, Irving TX 75015-2079. Published 5 times a year. Magazine for boy scouts (3/10).
Soap Stone Creek Literary Journal, Marcella Simmons, Editor, 2413 Bethel Road, Logansport LA 71049; 318-564-6031. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Web: http://www.soapstonecreekjournal.com. A new bimonthly magazine for kids of all ages. Features short stories, essays, poetry, photos, and artwork (1/15).
Stone Soup, P O Box 83, Santa Cruz CA 95063; 800-447--4569. Web: http://www.stonesoup.com. A literary magazine written by children, ages 8 to 13. Includes stories, poems, and art (12/10).
American Baby Magazine: http://www.parents.com/american-baby-magazine
Brain, Child, March Press, 101 E Henry Street #A, P O Box 714, Lexington VA 24450; 540-463-4817. Email: email@example.com. Web: http://www.brainchildmag.com. Quarterly magazine for thinking mothers (11/10).
Family Fun: https://family.disney.com
Mothering, P O Box 1690, Santa Fe NM 87504-1690; 505-984-8116; Fax: 505-986-8335. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Web: http://www.mothering.com. Magazine for mothers and mothers-to-be (12/10).
Parenting Magazine: http://www.parenting.com
Parents Magazine: http://www.parents.com
Pathways to Family Wellness, 327 N Middletown Road, Media PA 19063; 610-565-2360; Fax: 610-565-3567. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Web: http://www.pathwaystofamilywellness.org. Author guidelines: http://pathwaystofamilywellness.org/author_guidelines.html. Quarterly magazine about family health given as a membership benefit to members of the Holistic Pediatric Association and International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (12/10).
Real Simple Family, Time & Life Building, 1271 Avenue of the Americas, New York NY 10020; 212-522-1212; Fax: 212-467-1392. Web: http://www.realsimple.com. Quarterly parenting and family magazine (9/10).
Scholastic Parent & Child, Scholastic Magazines, 557 Broadway, New York NY 10012; 212-343-6100; Fax: 212-343-4801. Web: http://www.scholastic.com. Parenting magazine published 8 times for year (4/10).
Working Mother Magazine: http://www.workingmother.com
Please note that most magazines like to review new books. So they need to see books (galley copies or advanced review copies) 12 to 24 weeks before the publication date of the book. For more about publication dates, see http://www.bookmarket.com/pubdate.htm.
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