The newest issue of BAZOOF! has been mailed, so if you haven’t received your copy…it should be arriving soon. A special announcement to current subscribers can be found on Page 2. Here it is:
“With BAZOOF! now as a quarterly publication, the new digital companion titled ‘ABAJUB’ will launch December 15, 2017. To thank current B! subscribers through this transition, you’ll find a complimentary issue of BAZOOF! added to your term. Continue reading
You know the rule about not taking candy from strangers? Well, that rule doesn’t apply for the Halloween tradition. But remember, once trick or treating is over, it’s right back to the following that rule again!
Expect a “BOO!”
Some people really like to have fun with kids when they come to their door. They might dress up and may even say, “BOO!” and try to scare you. People have even dressed in costumes and then blended themselves in the decorations on their porch. So, know this is all part of the fun! Continue reading
Here is an update on the upcoming new digital companion to BAZOOF! magazine called ABAJUB!
Well, this has been a very fun and learning process, putting together BAZOOF!’s first digi-mag. It has taken longer to complete than expected but will be well worth the wait!
The first copy will be FREE to everyone through the Pocket Mags and will launch December 15th, 2017.
ABAJUB is a custom designed digi-mag to be read on any device. It carries the same themes as BAZOOF! being: Live Healthy. Build Character. Express Yourself. but will have some new twists and a different feel! There are interactive elements with video, pop-up reading, links for sharing comments and more. An entertainment section includes book, movie, and game reviews, unique to ABAJUB.
BAZOOF! participated in three literary events this past weekend and got a chance to mingle and enjoy the crowds that attended. The events were: Toronto Word on the Street, Word Vancouver, and Lethbridge Word on the Street. Thanking all the booth attendants and visitors who helped share the health education and creativity that BAZOOF! brings to families and communities. Continue reading
by Sabrina, Age 11
A mote of golden pollen tickles my nose
like a firefly through cherry blossoms,
still, as if stuck in honey,
swishing left and right, like feathers,
silvered and transformed by the moon,
which hangs like a great luminous pearl
in the center of a sky dazzled by
birthstone-blue stars, Continue reading
Situation: Glad to see everybody here! I’m Blake and if you’re new, this is where we talk about what to do in different situations. It’s a lot of fun, and can be very helpful. Often things happen very quickly and we don’t have a lot of time to think. My pages are to help you be prepared to know what to do. What would you do if you were standing alone at a bus stop or a street corner, and a stranger pulled up in a vehicle. They motion to you that they want to speak to you or start being friendly towards you. What would be the right choice or the wrong choice, and why? Continue reading
Inside you’ll find some back-to-school fun! Enjoy a youth story about Bobo Doggo, the pencil, and his crazy life in Room 207. Written by Noah, Age 8. Have you ever seen a real jelly fish? Matthew, Age 14, tells his true story about his experience with a jelly fish on a family trip to the beach. Continue reading
If you’re looking for a few hints to help you find items on the map in Issue #60, you’ve come to the right place! Hopefully you can check them all off.
McMelon Elementary – large school just below the GALAXY BURGERS billboard
Grandma M’s Garden – bottom right corner
Hat Boutique – this building got cut off unfortunately, the map is bigger than what was printed in the magazine; but you can barely see the ON TOP sign at the very bottom that’s slightly to the right of the centre Continue reading
by TeLeni Koochin
I knew I always wanted to be a mom. Growing up in a family with seven children, I never saw life complete any other way. Even being a parent this long, I can still feel sometimes like I’m just playing house— especially when I hear the clothes dryer going, the lawn mover humming outside, or the smell of mop water as I’m cleaning floors. Continue reading
“I love dogs, and do whatever I can to help them. So even though this story isn’t based on an actual experience, that is where it came from.” Anousha, Age 10
I hear whimpering come from behind a bush. I peek behind the bush and laying there is a wounded she-dog. I take the injured dog in my hands. She is not very heavy. I can tell that she is underweight because her ribs are poking out from under her. Even though I am lost, I can’t just leave an injured dog in the forest to die!
I see a sign up ahead. With the dog in my arms, I run to the sign. It says Trail Exit Up Ahead, with an arrow pointing the direction to go. I follow the arrow until I am at the exit. I see a town with lots of little homes, and just my luck—a pet hospital right next to the pet store. I rush in the direction of the pet hospital, which is not very far away. Continue reading