Don’t have enough time to read a book completely, but looking for a light, quick read? We have some magazine ideas for the ladies and men. Also, we have some books for the kids coming out soon.
For the Ladies:
1.) Eating Well Magazine always has some of the best foods and techniques for you to stay healthy, boost energy and also gives really fun, simple recipes for you to try at home. If you are looking for ways to get on a diet but eat well, this would be a great magazine for you because it has everything listed. Also, it will give good advice on how many calories you should be getting a day and what to stay away from that you may think is healthy for you!
2.) Better Homes and Gardens is a great magazine if you are thinking about re-doing your house, apartment or making your garden look better. Also, you can find certain decorating styles and holiday decorating ideas. Keeping up with a garden can be hard, but in this magazine you can find helpful tips. It will inform you on the annual, perennial, bulb, rose flowers, trees, shrubs and much more. Make your garden and your home beautiful with these tips and ideas.
For the Men:
1.) ESPN Magazine has everything you need to know about sports today. It also provides comprehensive sports coverage on all your favorite sports and teams such as NFL, MLB, NBA, College Football, and College basketball. You can find all the latest scores, standings and stats of all your favorite teams. Everything you need to know will be in this magazine and keep you up to date.
2.) Men’s Health Magazine gives all of the latest fitness and nutrition tips, workouts, and weight loss and muscle building tips. In this magazine you can find all you need to stay active and healthy. It will give good exercises and workout plans for you to follow so that you can look and feel your best for the summer months. Nutrition is very important, so it is best to learn what is good for you and what is not.
For the Kids:
1.) Rumble Fish by S. E. Hinton
Rusty James is a tough teen, and knows it. He want to be tougher, and be just like his big brother. He wants to be the most respected guy on his side of the river and be the one who stays calm and laughs when things get dangerous. This book is good for kids 12 and older, written by the same person who wrote “The Outsiders”. Does he end up in a lot of trouble or does he succeed in trying to be the toughest kid on the block?
2.) Wonder by R.J. Palacio
An ordinary kid, with an extraordinary face. This powerful novel about a fifth grade boy born with a jarring facial deformity who insists on going to a mainstream school tells us as much about his family and community as it does about him. Truly an excellent example of the ages-old lesson, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.”
By Brittany Cassidy