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FOR LITERACY: Oprah, Cooking, and Housekeeping Magazines (NJ1-097)


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Deliver the joy and beauty of reading these magazines by putting them into the hands and homes of students and families.

16 Magazines: Food Network Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, O, The Oprah Magazine, Town & Country, Town & Country Weddings, $10 Dinners or Less

Food Network Magazine 2010: Mar (6), May

Good Housekeeping 2012: Jan

Harper’s Bazaar 2012: Jun/Jul 2011: Nov

O, The Oprah Magazine 2011: Oct 2006: Aug

Town & Country 2010: Oct

Town & Country Weddings 2010: Spring/Summer, Fall/Winter

$10 Dinners or Less 2012: Apr

Magazines are especially powerful resources for literacy programs. These are recycled magazines in good or very good condition collected and bundled by local magazine literacy volunteers for free delivery to your literacy program. Register with MagazineLiteracy.org to select this bundle for shipping to your literacy program.

Ships to U.S. addresses only.

NJ1-097

  • Nunavut Inuit Families

    Education Program
    1,500 children and adults
    Nunavut Territory, Canada
    Needs: 250 magazines and comics
    National Geographic Little Kids, National Geographic Readers Digest, Sports Illustrated, education and fishing magazines, and comics.

  • A New Leaf

    501(c)(3) Charity
    Mesa, Arizona, USA
    Serving girls and boys ages 12 to 17 with reading levels 6th grade and up
    Needs enough magazines for 10 girls and 16 boys
    Magazines Requested: Any sports magazines, any car magazines, any fashion magazines, and any entertainment magazines

  • Loogootee Elementary

    School
    Loogootee, IN
    Serving male and female students from kindergarten to third grade.
    Needs: Enough magazines for 1-20 low level readers and 1-20 medium level readers from the months of August through June.

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