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PK mag’s March – April issue is out now!

In our latest issue we delve into the ultimate murder mystery in Black Cats and Butlers. Join Rose Raventhorpe on her investigation into why her butlers keep disappearing!

Once you’ve helped her discover the culprit, why don’t you check out famous cricketer David Warner’s latest additions to his Kaboom Kid book series. We asked David about his earliest cricketing memories and which of his characters he thinks he most closely resembles.

Indulge in our first round of book reviews, poetry, art, games and competitions for the year!

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PK mag September – October 16 is up and flying!

The September/October issue of PK mag imagines what creatures might look like in the future with a book called Mechanica. Check out mechanical dragonflies and electric birds, and get your students to imagine their own gear-driven wildlife!

You can also find loads of book reviews written by students, poetry about libraries and some great student-written short stories.

Also find out about pandas, drones and Nick’s Fabulous Footy Cards!

If you’re a subscriber, you can start using PK in the classroom now! Not yet a subscriber? Contact Merle for a free trial.

Pk mag September / October 2016

Pk mag September / October 2016

 

PK mag May-June 15 is out

1_PK PDF May_June FinalWhere is that dastardly thief and his dog?

This issue we get out the magnifying glass and start doing some detective work! Find the inspector and the thief and his dog on every page.

Discover great detective reads, meet the very talented author and artist Sean E Avery, find out how the ear works and learn to draw bums!  There are games to play, things to learn and competitions to enter. It’s educational but lots of fun for teachers and students!

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March – April 15 PK mag is out

PK_MARCH_2015It’s a blast!

This issue we tour the International Space Station and meet the crew from Expedition 43!

We meet a future comic book writer, discover some crafty houses, meet Ludwig Leichhardt, and marvel at Lennie the Legend, who rode his horse from rural Victoria to Sydney to see the opening of the bridge. Read the book and movie reviews written by the kids themselves plus loads more!