E-Magazines Kids & Teens Can Enjoy At Home

By Carrie Mcbride, Blog Editor
November 4, 2021

Your library card is not only a passport to a world of books, but to a world of magazines. Kids and teens can explore magazines from around the world and in many languages from inside the Library or from the comfort of home. Hobbies, sports, fashion, history, news, animals, gaming—there's something for everyone from preschoolers to older teens. 

Below is a sampling of magazine titles for young audiences which are available through either Flipster or PressReader using your library card. You can find many more by searching PressReader's "For Kids & Tweens" category and Flipster's "Family & Kids" and "Teens" categories. You'll find more titles of interest by browsing categories like "Crafts,""Sports," "Animals & Pets," "Food & Cooking," "Fashion," and others.

Live, work, or go to school in New York State and don't have an NYPL library card yet? You can apply online or at one of our physical locations.

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100% Gaming (via Press Reader)

110% Gaming is THE magazine for gamers aged 7–12. Inside you'll find YouTuber exclusives, gaming tips, and game reviews.

Animal Tales (via Press Reader)

Animal Tales is the only children's magazine to focus entirely on animals. It engages its readers with heart-warming animal stories as well as educational articles. Animal Tales is perfect for animal-loving kids between the ages of 6–12 .

Ask (via Flipster)

Ask is the magazine about science, history, inventors, artists, and more, all written just for 6–9- year-olds—the most curious people on the planet!




Babybug (via Flipster)

Babybug features joyful, brightly illustrated stories and poems perfect for parent and child (ages 6 months to 3 years) to read together. 


The Beano (via Press Reader)

The Beano is Britain’s favorite comics magazine for kids aged 7–11. The Beano is guaranteed to provide laughs for all ages with every turn of the page including loads of challenging quizzes and fun games.


Click (via Flipster)

Introduce children to science, art, nature, and environmental issues with Click. Each issue answers their questions about how the world works, one intriguing topic at a time




Cricket (via Flipster)

Cricket publishes only the highest quality fiction and classic literature and nonfiction stories on culture, history, science, and the arts. Each issue includes a story, poetry, or art contest, as well as the signature cast of rambunctious bug characters who offer humorous commentary on the stories.



Faces (via Flipster)

Faces takes young readers around the world and back to get an honest and unbiased view of how children in other countries and world regions live.




Glitter (via Flipster)

Glitter is a lifestyle magazine for college-bound late teens and 20-somethings, which was founded on the principles of diversity and empowerment. Each issue features informative editorial, entertainment, fashion, beauty news, and celebrity interviews.



Girls' Life (via Flipster)

Filled with everything she needs to look and feel amazing, GL features expert advice on all the important stuff (like school, friendship, family and crushes) plus fab fashion inspiration, skincare and beauty tips, hair ideas, pro fitness advice, recipes, craft and party DIYs, celeb interviews, and more. 

High Five and High Five Bilingüe (via Press Reader)

High Five has stories, puzzles, and activities that are expertly designed to nurture your preschooler or kindergartner's development. Every issue reinforces skills that prepare them for reading, math and other areas of learning—but the kids only know that it's fun!

Highlights for Kids (via Flipster and Press Reader)

 In every issue, kids explore new topics, investigate cool subjects, and find out about the world. Highlights for Kids is filled with stories, games, puzzles, riddles, science experiments, craft projects and interactive entertainment.



How It Works (via Flipster)

How It Works is the action-packed science and technology magazine bursting with exciting information about our universe. Written and presented in a style that makes even the most complex subjects interesting and easy to understand, How It Works is enjoyed by readers of all ages.


Ladybug (via Flipster)

Ladybug offers enchanting stories and poems to read aloud that are just the right length for a cozy cuddle. Ladybug magazine will spark young imaginations and develop a love of reading that will last a lifetime.



Mollie Makes (via Press Reader)

Mollie Makes is a multi-craft and lifestyle magazine sharing creative inspiration, free projects and how tos for beginners. [Note: This title is aimed at an adult audience, but suitable for tweens and teens.]


Sports Illustrated Kids (via Flipster)

The ultimate, kid-friendly, resource on sports including: profiles of the biggest names in sports, fun sports trivia, games, contests, amazing action photography, instructional tips from the pros, interactive sports cards, and hilarious Buzz Beamer cartoons.

The Week Junior and The Week Junior Science + Nature (via Press Reader)

The Week Junior is designed and written by experts to carefully explain current affairs, science, sport, the arts, nature, and technology to 8–14-year-olds, encouraging them to explore their world and develop their own opinions.

The Week Junior Science + Nature is jam-packed with amazing information, inspiring stories, mind-blowing facts, incredible pictures and fun activities — designed to spark curiosity and ignite a passion for discovery.

Summaries adapted from publisher descriptions.