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ALL RECIPES4 Issues
Allrecipes features the favorite recipes from Allrecipes.com, the world's largest online cooking community. Members enjoy sharing and connecting with other home cooks. The selected recipes for the magazine are rated on a 5-star scale and reviewed. Each includes a full-color photo along with cooking tips and advice. Cooks of all ages and skill levels find Allrecipes magazine to be a wonderful source of cooking inspiration.
Each Allrecipes issue contains favorite recipes, expert cooking advice and informative articles. Allrecipes subscribers learn: ways to make easy and affordable meals; the latest cooking news, products, tips, trends and hacks; how to focus on healthy eating and cooking; what's new in kitchen gadgets; culinary lessons for kids; how to put together meal plans along with appropriate beverage pairings; and more about Allrecipe's online community.
Allrecipes' quarterly editorial content focuses on subjects such as: Meals that Make the Grade (school lunches); Weeknight Wow; The Thanksgiving Issue; The Comfort Issue; Food, Family, Festivities; and Garden & Grill.
Anyone responsible for making meals in the home will benefit from a subscription to Allrecipes magazine.
AMERICAN FARMHOUSE STYLE6 Issues
AMERICAN HISTORY4 Issues
From presidents and political figures to inventions and major events, American History constantly strives to shed new light on America's fascinating and eventful past, combining authoritative and expert insight along with lively storytelling and essays for a peek into the past that's as entertaining as it is educational.
Sections or departments that regularly appear in the magazine include: "Letters;" "Interview," insight from professors, authors and other knowledgeable individuals; "Encounter," stories of noteworthy historical figures and the interviews, interactions, and face-offs that showed their true colors; "Deja Vu," a critical examination of current issues through comparison to similar issues in the past; "Here Is Where," a spotlight on a famous location where a noteworthy historical event occurred; "Cameo," profiles on historical figures; "Game On," a historical look at American sports; "American Mosaic," a roundup of current remembrance days, anniversaries, and other ways history is in the news; and "Reviews," reviews on the latest books on an array of historical topics. American History also includes detailed features that focus on a particular historical figure, event or theme for a well-rounded and complete picture.
American History is the magazine for the true history buff with a passion for this nation's past.
AMERICAN JNL OF NURSING12 Issues
AMERICAN NURSE TODAY12 Issues
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American Nurse Today is a medical professionals magazine that nurses rely on to develop their professional careers, enhance patient outcomes and build the educational foundation of best practices. Subscription includes 10 print and 2 digital issues (August and December).
As the official journal of the American Nurse Association, American Nurse Today serves nurses in furthering the profession by offering succinct, evidence-based, practical, peer-reviewed clinical data and information. Readers are able to use what they learn in their practice, no matter what their specialty. American Nurse Today's content echoes the initiatives of the American Nurse Association.
Each issue of American Nurse Today contains reader favorite sections like: Inside American Nurse Association (ANA), which shares information and updates from the strongest voice and advocate for the nursing profession; Strictly Clinical, which presents peer-reviewed clinical articles, including continuing education that addresses best practices and a wide variety of useful information that nurses can use in their practice; Practice Matters, which covers topics such as: legal and ethical issues, reimbursement, time management, contract negotiation and drug topics; Career Sphere, which offers tips, techniques and ideas to help nurses maximize their careers; and Mind/Body/Spirit, which reminds nurses to take care of the caregiver.
AMERICAN PATCHWORK & QUILTING6 Issues
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American Patchwork & Quilting magazine is perfect for quilters of all skill levels. Each issue contains easy-to-follow instructions, unique patterns, beautiful photos of finished quilts and helpful how-to articles. Whether you are a novice or an expert, you'll glean helpful tips in each new issue of American Patchwork & Quilting magazine.
Each issue contains patterns for baby quilts, throws, table runners and more. The publication is filled with practical articles on how to cut, piece, embellish and more. Each issue teaches readers how to create bags, pillows, purses and gifts. American Patchwork & Quilting magazine also teaches readers how to make beautiful quilts for each holiday and season. Whether you are interested in hand quilting or machine quilting, American Patchwork & Quilting magazine will teach you everything you need to know.
American Patchwork & Quilting magazine is the perfect resource for anyone who wants to try their hand at sewing. Packed with quilting patterns, tips and instructions, it is the go-to guide for quilters everywhere.
AMERICAN ROAD4 Issues
American Road is a great full-color guide for road trippers travelling by all modes -- cars, RVs, motorcycles, etc. -- who want to explore America's back roads. It celebrates the two-lane highways of the United States along with the people and places that make them great.
In each issue of American Road, experienced travel writers take readers along on their ultimate road trips and share their tales, so classic highway enthusiasts can find inspiration for their next adventures. Hear about mom-and-pop cafes, interesting small towns, must-see roadside attractions, intriguing lodging options, and personalities who make each journey worthwhile.
Content includes stunning color photography and recurring departments like: Along the Yellowstone Trail; One to 101; Thinkin' Lincoln; The Playground Trail; Our National Road; and 66 Kicks, all written by nationally recognized road scholars. In addition, there are interviews with highway preservationists and road legends.
People who enjoy traveling the United States by land and want to make the most of every journey will appreciate a subscription to American Road.
With roots dating back to 1973, Astronomy continues to flourish as the world's best-selling astronomy magazine. Much of its success ties to its team's ability to assemble the best, most-absorbing material relating to the stars, planets, universe and space. The magazine features stunning photography, well-illustrated articles and beautifully designed pages. Content, which addresses both the science and hobby of astronomy, includes a mix of columns about sky viewing, reader-submitted astrophotography, and articles about astronomy and astrophysics.
Each monthly issue of Astronomy is divided into two sections. The first half contains reports about professional science, including topics like cosmology, space exploration, and research conducted by professional-class observatories and individual professional astronomers. The second half of the magazine is dedicated to items of interest to hobbyists, such as sky events, observing techniques, astrophotography and amateur astronomy in general. Astronomy magazine may include special sections, such as booklets or posters related to upcoming sky events, throughout the year. The magazine also publishes an annual Telescope Buyer's Guide.
Astronomy enthusiasts who want to learn more about the stars, planets, universe and space will enjoy a subscription to Astronomy magazine.
Since 1995, this magazine has been helping to turn parents' precious little ones into lovers of reading. Perfect for children ages 6 months to 3 years, Babybug's 24 sturdy cardstock pages are filled with action rhymes, Mother Goose and other classic nursery rhymes, basic concepts and simple stories that young children can relate to.
Toddlers enjoy following the simple adventures of a young girl and her stuffed bunny in the recurring story series "Kim and Carrots." And little eyes love Babybug's artwork, which showcases a variety of styles, including paint, watercolors, tapestry, collages and pastels. Designed with curious little hands in mind, Babybug is printed on sturdy cardstock with rounded corners and non-toxic glue and ink. In addition, the binding contains no staples so parents never have to worry about tender fingers getting poked. Published by The Cricket Magazine Group, Babybug is dedicated to creating a quality magazine for children and parents alike. That's why Babybug accepts NO advertising. And just for parents, each issue includes a guide offering insight into early child development and suggestions to help parents make reading enjoyable for their little learners.
Babybug is the perfect magazine for parents who want to share a love of reading with their children from an early age.
BASEBALL DIGEST6 Issues
From spring training, to the World Series and all through the offseason, Baseball Digest is the perfect magazine for anyone who calls America's pastime their favorite sport. After getting its start in 1942, Baseball Digest began publishing a full-color edition in 2012. That's also when the publication merged with ProScouting. The partnership means readers receive the very best in baseball expertise. The 2012 relaunch also brought expanded coverage of amateur baseball and minor league talent. There's even a youth section with training tips for young ballplayers and their coaches.
Each bi-monthly issue of Baseball Digest dives deep in to the world of MLB. The magazine is packed with baseball statistics. So in addition to following standings around the major league, subscribers can keep track of batting averages, ERAs and much more. Other regular features include player profiles, baseball quizzes with sports trivia and a close examination of the rules of the game. There are also recollections from famous pro-ball players who share their memories in "The Game I'll Never Forget." Plus, fans can speak out too in a regular section featuring letters from readers. There are special editions containing Baseball Digest's All Star Rookie Team, Player of the Year and Pitcher of the Year. All titles are awarded based on the publication's own ratings systems.
Any sports fan who can't get enough baseball would love a magazine subscription to Baseball Digest. Get one today!
BETTER HOMES & GARDEN12 Issues
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Better Homes & Gardens was founded and first published in 1922. From its beginnings, the magazine grew as readers tried memorable recipes good enough to share with their loved one's down through the generations, grew lush gardens with outstanding tips, and made general housekeeping fun. Nearly a century later, the magazine continues to make our homes a center point for all of life's many adventures.
Every issue is easy to pick up and read. With colorful pictures and easy to follow instructions, Better Homes & Gardens makes it easy to find last minute dinner tips, or plan a whole house makeover. Inside features include: "Fresh," which covers the latest design trends in home decorating, popular restaurants, and the people making it all happen; "Home" is all about making a living space all your own; "Food" covers the dishes that take center stage in almost every home, and how to get creative so you can take simple meals and inject a little flair; live life "Better" and experience the world with travels guides, tips, and ideas; then round things out and view "Life In Color," which takes readers inside the life of another family, shows readers how to make your home pop with the right garden, and more.
From outside gardening to inside design, cooking and more, Better Homes & Gardens makes it easy. Anyone that knows working around the home is a labor of love will appreciate this magazine.
BIRDS & BLOOMS7 Issues
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Birds & Blooms offers novice and professional birdwatchers and gardeners the most up-to-date information in the world of birding and gardening. From gorgeous photos of rare birds to DIY gardening ideas, Birds & Blooms helps readers create beautiful projects and transform their backyards into a haven for birds and wildlife.
Each issue of Birds & Blooms is packed with how-to's, advice, and projects for attracting new kinds of birds. Much of the content in Birds & Blooms is reader-submitted, and includes tips for buying feed, finding rare species of birds, and discovering gorgeous birding destinations. Readers are encouraged to submit their own questions and bird-watching experiences, along with photos they've captured of hard-to-find birds. The birding section also offers information on migratory patterns, and which birds to expect in different seasons.
Birds & Blooms also features an extensive gardening section, which contains a wide variety of articles, from how to grow in-season produce and flowers, to secrets for growing plants that attract birds. Amateur gardeners will enjoy the "Gardening 101" section, which has practical advice on topics like choosing soil, growing plants in a drought, and choosing the best plants for the sun or shade.
The DIY section in Birds & Blooms is perfect for readers who love taking on projects to update their backyards. The clear instructions and vivid photographs will help readers create unique backyard decor, including birdhouses, feeders, ponds, and more. The repurpose section also offers suggestions to transform everyday items into stylish outdoor pieces.
Birds & Blooms is perfect for both novice and experienced birdwatchers, as well as anyone interested in gardening, DIY, or wildlife.
BON APPETIT10 Issues
Since the first issue was published in 1956, Bon Appetit magazine has celebrated the culinary arts by sharing recipes and wine pairings, discussing food and entertainment ideas for your next big get-together, and providing restaurant reviews so you know where the cooking is at the highest level.
Popular columns you'll find every issue include "R.S.V.P.," which features reader-requested recipes, as well as editor favorites; "Prep School," a step-by-step photo guide that helps you learn and perfect specific cooking techniques; "Fast, Easy, Fresh," delivers simple meal ideas and recipes for weeknights, culinary tips, and menus from the magazine editors; "Good Health," which highlights healthy food choices and their benefits; "The Project," a cooking project that starts from scratch; and "Back of the Napkin," which features a short but insightful interview with a chef, foodie, or celebrity, and also includes a recipe in their handwriting on the back of a napkin.
Bon Appetit is published regularly 10 times every year, and also publishes a number of special issues throughout the year. Some of the more popular ones are devoted to topics like seasonal cooking, grilling, Thanksgiving preparations, holiday cooking, and even topics such as entertainment and travel. If you love everything there is to know about cooking and the culinary arts, and love to entertain, a subscription to Bon Appetit magazine would be perfect for you!
CAPTAIN AMERICA12 Issues