Monday, December 16, 2013

American Girl Magazine, a great stocking stuffer idea!


 Do you have a little girl ages 8 to 12, and are you looking for a magazine that they will love that is age appropriate, and fun? Are you looking for a cool stocking stuffer for your little girl? Well I would like to tell you all about a great magazine from American Girl. Did you know that American Girl had a magazine, well they do and they are celebrating 20 years of the magazine this year!
 American Girl magazine is available nationally in retail bookstores and on newsstands, as well as by subscription through the American Girl catalog. Call 1-800-234-1278 for subscription information." ABOUT AMERICAN GIRL MAGAZINE Created as an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, American Girl—an award-winning, bi-monthly publication—is rich with colorful illustrations and photography, award-winning fiction and nonfiction, games, crafts, and party ideas.

In addition to articles about real girls and their achievements, the magazine includes regular departments like “Help!” and  “Behind the Scenes” that invite reader participation and allow girls to share advice and ideas about issues that concern them. Since its launch in 1992, the magazine’s circulation has grown to more than 450,000 subscribers and is ranked among the top 10 children’s magazines in the nation and is the largest magazine dedicated exclusively to girls. American Girl Brands is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mattel, (www.mattel.com), the world’s leading toy company. Since American Girl’s inception in 1986, the company has devoted its entire business to celebrating the potential of girls ages 3 to 12.

Our Take

My daughter is growing up so fast, I cannot believe that she is already eight years old, in third grade and reading up a storm… What happened to my little baby, it is amazing how fast time flies! We were very fortunate to be able to check out the latest issue of the American Girl magazine the special December 2013  issue, with this issue they are celebrating winter and the cover contest winners!  I was excited to check it out (yes I am just a kid at heart) with my daughter. My daughter just loved flipping through the magazine,(she did more than flip though.. she read the entire magazine!) There were so very many things she loved in the magazine.
 She loved the various activities. And I loved that this magazine was age appropriate, it was filled with great info and things tweens like my daughter will love. The magazine helps boost self-esteem for these young ladies, you are special and we know it. It encourages the kids to be imaginative and creative. My daughter just loves art and this magazines crafts speak to her, and she can’t wait to try them. This is not a one and done magazine, after my daughter read through the magazine she picked it up over and over to check it out again and again.
This was a very special issue, that came with some great holiday goodies some fun stickers and an adorable 2014 calender. My daughter of course went and hung this cute animal calender in her room right away.  There were some great recipes and fun in this magazine. America Girl shared some great magazine facts with me, I can see why this great magazine has been around for so long: 441,000 -- Total circulation of American Girl. 134 -- Number of girls who have appeared on the cover of American Girl. 10.5 -- Average age of American Girl readers. 1,006,271 -- Number of letters and emails received since American Girl started in 1993.

Play American girl magazine fun online,  Enjoy advice and stories about real girls, plus try quizzes, games, and crafts from the magazine! With the holidays  and special occasions right around the corner, this would be a great gift for that special girl on your gift list. She will love the crafts and great ideas this magazine provides. That special someone will just love it. Don’t worry there is still time to purchase this great stocking stuffer. You can visit the site, to purchase this great magazine for young girls, and why not print out a card and put the subscription info in a stocking for that special girl.. I am sure your daughter would love a subscription and  you will  too.

Help your girl celebrate that all-too-short time between girlhood and the teen years. She’ll be thrilled to receive American Girl, and you’ll be delighted she’s spending time with a magazine you can trust.
 
Buy it:
If you would like to purchase a subscription the costs are: Just $22.95 for one year or $37.00 for two years. Save up to 40% off the single copy price! You can  subscribe here 

 Have you ever checked out this great American Girl Magazine?


 


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5 comments:

  1. I didn't even know American Girl had a magazine. The only thing we get are the catalogs - which I like looking thru. My daughter just turned 4 and we're getting ready to make our first ever American Girl store trip - she's not much of a doll player, but I think she'll like these since they have stories behind them!

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  2. My daughter just turned 3 but I'm sure she'll be asking for AG soon. This would go perfect with an AG doll as a gift.

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  3. I've never heard of American Girl Magazine but it sounds like something I think my girls would enjoy reading! Thanks for sharing this :0)

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  4. I I love American Girl Magazine. When my girls were younger that was one magazine that we bought for our girls

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  5. I didn't know about the the American Girl Magazine! My kids would love it!

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