Do you want your child to know about literature and have a well developed imagination? These two magazines can help with that.CRICKETCRICKET children’s magazine includes good writing & classic literature for kids, plus an essay contest or poetry contestFind fantasy; folktales; poetry; articles on other countries, customs, and traditions; exciting true adventure stories; serialized longer selections; and science articles and experiments.Librarians, teachers, and students love this magazine for its high-quality fiction and nonfiction. It features poetry, story, art, and photography contests. With its lively bug characters having adventures in the margins, explaining difficult words, and offering funny commentary on the text, it’s creativity will spur readers to express themselves in new ways.Features include: Magotu and the Leopard; Luku; The Drums Speak; The Eighteenth Camel; The Princess and the Golden Fish; Underwater Sunset; Chirping Champions; Poems from the Tao Te Ching of Lao Tse; Surprise Pets; The Dog of Pompeii; Mysteries of Measurements.SPIDERSpider children’s magazine includes stories, poems, and articles on nature and the world that are carefully selected to encourage students to read on their own.It is designed to fascinate children at the critical time when they start to read, think, and learn for themselves. Stories, poems, and nonfiction articles are carefully selected to encourage students to read on their own, drawn along by bright illustrations and detailed drawings by famous children’s artists. The magazine also offers fun ways for young readers to practice critical thinking skills with riddles, puzzles, and other games.Features include: Doodlebug & Dandelion; And Behind This Door…; Chocolate Max; Say Cheese, George!; George and the Cherry Tree; D.J.; The Seven Hills of Sweet; An Oyster Told His Mama; Dear Tooth Fairy; Spider’s Corner; Ophelia’s Last Word.These magazines are great for schools because they are educational and informative.