Bumper book of look and learn
The Bumper Book of Look and Learn: The Best of the Classic Children's Magazine from The Book PalaceWhat fun:- I picked up a lot of me eddication from Look and Learn. Without it, my brain would not be the impressively scrambled junk room attic it is today. Post a Comment. Look and Learn , the high quality children's educational magazine of the s to the s made a return at the start of this year as a subscription-only fortnightly partwork. Now, like in the days when the original magazine was around, there's a chunky hardback "annual" in the shops for the Christmas market.
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Look and Learn was a British weekly educational magazine for children published by Fleetway Publications Ltd from until It contained educational text articles that covered a wide variety of topics from volcanoes to the Loch Ness Monster ; a long running science fiction comic strip , The Trigan Empire ; adaptations of famous works of literature into comic-strip form, such as Lorna Doone ; and serialized works of fiction such as The First Men in the Moon. McConnell , Kenneth Lilly , R. Davis and Clive Uptton. Among other things, it featured the Pen-Friends pages, a popular section where readers could make new friends overseas.
A vicar was always on hand to pen a moral talk, I heaved the albums home from the street market and opened them in wonder. Forty years on, while a doctor offered medical advice about the importance of getting plenty lwarn fresh air and taking a 'cold tub'. Look and Learn's great appeal was that it celebrated the joy of discovery and knowledge in an unfailingly accessible way. Look and Learn.
A red banner across the top held the logo, a globe with two children sitting either side: a young boy playing with a model aeroplane and a young girl reading. They didn't figure much in the brick backyards bumler urban Sheffield where I grew up. New details will be emailed to you. Squatting on its right was a girl in school uniform, absorbed in a book.