|Owl Kids' "Chirp" magazine|
What I do love about "Chirp" magazine is that it's
- Canadian, meaning it references Canadian experiences and measures metric (except for recipes);
- largely advertisement-free, unlike other kids magazines I've seen which are choc-full of ads;
- very interactive: each issue offers activities, games, crafts, and imagination fodder;
- overall a good product and well-done!
|Whadda ya mean I can't eat any more icing?|