30: The Tiny Issue

Kazoo magazine

For: Girls, ages 5 to 12, who pay attention 

Issue 30 Highlights: Discover 25 mini projects, activities, and mind-blowing facts that'll bring big smiles; cuddle up with the world's tiniest—and cutest—animals and learn the science behind those warm fuzzy feelings; tumble through a maze and get inspired by a very small (and very strong) Olympic gymnast; read a comic about a legendary chemist who changed the way we think about life itself; bake a teeny cheesecake; enjoy a short story about a little girl who stands tall; peek inside your cells and find out what makes you you; learn how microchips are made; discover too-small-to-see neutrinos; hear the Mohawk legend about the power of seeds. Plus! A secret code, a word search, drawing games, a huge dot-to-dot, a li'l bunny search-and-find by Marlowe Pody, and more!  

Issue 30 Featured Experts: Olympic silver medalist Jordan Chiles; particle physicist Anne Schukraft, Ph.D., of Fermilab; Harvard and MIT geneticist Elinor Karlsson, Ph.D., microchip maker and AI software architect Ria Cheruvu of Intel; seedkeeper Rowen White, co-founder of the Indigenous Seedkeepers Network; sculptor and miniaturist Margie Criner; baker Vanessa Jackson, owner of The Cheesecake Lady bakery in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

Issue 30 Short Story Contributor: Newberry Medal winner Tae Keller, author of When You Trap a Tiger, The Science of Breakable Things, and Jennifer Chan Is Not Alone

Issue 30 Comic Contributor: Artist Cait Zellers

Cover Art: Lucy Knisley

Specs: 64 full-color pages

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