Amazing! Magazine is for curious boys and girls aged 6 - 11, who love having fun and want to learn more about the world around them. Bursting with interesting facts, brilliant puzzles and lots to make and do, Amazing! Magazine has been specially designed so that it’s accessible to children of all academic abilities.
The answers to those questions you had in mind!
Amazing! Magazine has thousands of school subscribers and the feedback from teachers is overwhelming positive. In the classroom, teachers use our articles as inspiration for class work, or even base a string of lessons or projects around an issue or specific feature. Independent reading time with Amazing! magazine is also popular and it's stocked in a large number of school libraries. We offer special discounted rates for school subscribers.
Amazing! Magazine also loves hearing from schools and classes about what Amazing! things they’ve been getting up to at school. Don’t forget to email us your stories, pictures and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
We literally go everywhere and make everything amazing. We can take you to Japan, where you find out a few things you really didn’t know. We can have you cooking up a storm in the kitchen or out on a farm learning moral lessons with sheep. We can have you hiking up the highest mountain and being back in time for a good old debate about games consoles and technology... Intrigued? You just wait...
Each 36 page issue of Amazing! Magazine is bursting with cool facts and information, that will make your child go WOW! Covering all areas of the curriculum, including maths, English, history, geography, science and art, each issue has an Amazing! theme to inspire our young readers to put down their screens and get excited about the world around them!
Once you subscribe to a 12, 24 or 36 month option, you'll be immediately send a confirmation email together with a download link. You'll be able to download your first magazine, together with any free issues associated with your order. Following that, you'll receive your next issue on the same date each month until your subscription expires.
Hardly ever. And if we do, they are very carefully selected to enhance the reader's experience and definitely be suitable for children. The majority of our ads have been for children’s charities, including Comic Relief. We also ensure that adverts are clearly marked as ‘advertising feature’ and only appear on the outside back cover.
It’s really easy to order a subscription for Amazing! Magazine, just click on the subscribe button at the top of this page, follow the instructions and voila! Amazing! magazine will be heading your way. Alternatively, you can email email@example.com or call 01778 392 488. Then sit back, relax and wait for Amazing! Magazine to land on your doormat!
As soon as you order, you'll be send a download link so you can download your first issue together with any free issues associated with your order. You'll then receive a copy each month on the same date.
You can download and view each issue of Amazing! magazine on any device including computers, laptops, tablets and mobile phones. You can access your copies from anywhere in the world.
No. You pay a one of payment for a 12, 24 or 36 month subscription. To renew simply send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
It's easy, just send us an email to email@example.com and we’ll do the rest!
If you or your child aren't completely in love with Amazing! Magazine, simply send us an email within 30 days and we'll arrange a refund of your subscription.
Yes, absolutely. In fact, all payments automatically go through the world’s largest payment processing companies, either PayPal or Stripe,who deal with your bank directly, and we never see your card or bank details. PayPal alone processes over 5 million transactions per day!
If you or your company would like to work with Amazing! Magazine we’d love to hear from you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t worry! Just drop us a line at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to answer any other questions or queries you might have.