Babybug Magazine Yearly Subscription
Babybug magazine is aimed at infants and toddlers aged between 6 months-3 years old. It provides a wonderful opportunity for parents to read aloud to their babies and interact with them more.More...
Babybug magazine is aimed at infants and toddlers aged between 6 months-3 years old. It provides a wonderful opportunity for parents to read aloud to their babies and interact with them more.
The brightly colored stories and simple poems in BABYBUG are perfect for parents and grandparents to read aloud and for little ones to explore on their own. A "Guide for Caregivers" on the last page of each issue features tips and ideas from our child development expert on getting the most out of storytime.
The Babybug magazine was founded in 1994 by Sally Nurrs, M.Ed., who has worked with young children, their parents, and teachers for over twenty five years. As a former pre-school teacher and serving on the tutorial staff of the Erickson Institute Graduate Programme in Child Development, she has many years of experience. Nurrs is also the author of "The Well-Centered Child
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Babybug is a wonderful and colorful compilation of short stories, folk tales, poems, music and more. It was the perfect introduction to the world of literature and we read every single one for the first 3 years of our child's life. Our child is now in 1st grade reading at a 3rd grade level, with excellent comprehension. I attribute much of this to these early years of introducing literature and the love of reading beginning with Babybug. It is my opinion that a one year subscription is the best baby shower gift one could give. A rich investment that yields a very positive return. Thank you Babybug!
I like Baby Bug for the most part. My biggest complaint is that I ordered this weeks ago and haven't gotten my first issue yet. I'm wondering why they didn't send the current issue instead of making me wait for the next one, if indeed that is what happened.
We love these! We recommend ordering it until 4 years old, maybe even slightly older. We do not recommend getting the Ladybug, especially at 3 years of age. It's lame. Babybug is so good and my daughter looks forward to the monthly delivery!
This and Babybug are good little magazines, so long as the kids stay put. I have gifted subscriptions to two grandchildren for Ladybug, & two more for Babybug. The recipients of three of these subscriptions moved three/four months ago. They are not getting their magazines. The communications from the publisher are unhelpful. My suggestion is that if your kids move, cancel the subscription & renew at the new address. But I can't be sure even that will work.
We look forward to receiving our new issue and love reading and re-reading these so much. I know the stories, songs, illustrations, and size are just perfect for little ones. I highly recommend a subscription.