The leaves are falling in Bloomsbury and Paras and Ruel are waiting for you to spend some time with them in the neighbourhood! In the library, you can read short stories including, “Adventures of Sir Raspberry” by Cooper, Age 12. Plus a spy story called Ruby Rosette written by Arushi, Age 12. Congratulations to these two youth writers! Continue reading
When you get there, you register, get your Camp Galoopa Survival Fun Pack, then find out which cabin you’ll be staying in. While you are at camp, be sure to write in your mind-reader journal to save all the memories you’ll be making. When you hear the GONG, head to the Moose Shelter to make a baby bird craft out of a pine cone. Continue reading
Issue #62 is bigger than ever and has returned to a full size. Now that B! is producing a digital companion called ABAJUB, BAZOOF! is going to take full advantage of being available in print. Continue reading
Paras and Ruel invite you to spend some winter fun in Countryville with them! Alex A. is a special guest! Enjoy his interview and a glimpse of his graphic comic world with Jon Le Bon! You’ll find more true stories at the Community Centre. One is about a bully on a bus, another about the challenges that can come from learning a new language.
Dashiell, Age 9, shares a superhero poem that has a fun twist! Meet C. T. and Eggie, the carrotriloquist! They’ve got a delicious Carrot Dilly Dip you can make. Feel like doing a craft? James has another easy one that you make from a milk or juice carton called Bug-on-a-Roof! There are some winter puzzlers to get your thinking, and jokes and riddles at Fandango’s next show.
Closer to the end of your visit, find out what happens to Crystal Clarke in her true story when she got lost. This and MUCH more… inside this next issue of BAZOOF!
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
Just to update all B! readers, issue #59 was dropped in the mail Friday, June 2’nd. To see the revised publication schedule, visit here. Also, learn about something BIG happening just around the corner for subscribers!
Issue #59 is filled more than ever with stuff sent in by youth! Thanking everyone for all your contributions! The feature story that appears on the cover comes from Asif, an aspiring young writer who shares a fable he calls, The Fox & the Birds. Continue reading
In this issue, readers get to enter Sir Melvin McMelon Elementary and meet the school principal and his students. Rig Rog, Griffmo, Bellaboo and other students learn what makes them all so different and how they can treat each other with those differences in mind. There is a fruity invasion going on in Chenchen’s comic with some crazy characters like Clementina, Mr. Oniolli and Brock From Cali! What is this sweet bunch up to? Continue reading
B! has a few surprises coming your way with this Wacky Winter #57 issue, so we’ll keep them surprises. But the moment you have the magazine in your hands, you’ll see what we mean! Continue reading
What would happen if you were at school and it rained so hard, the playground started to float away? Read a fun youth story about this very particular situation written by Brittany, Age 10. Meet Nathan who introduces the Korean sport of taekwondo. He’s included some fun games to go with the sport that will teach you more about it. Continue reading
Jump in the bus and head to the mountains for a fun week at Camp Galoopa! Find out what is in your Survival Fun Pack this year and which cabin you’ll be staying in through a fun quiz. There’s lots to do at camp such as the Great Nature Hunt, Water Tubing, Rock Climbing and eating pudgie sandwiches that you make over the camp fire.
Write down all your adventures in your mind-reader journal, after all, we are in space! Outside camp there is a fun Tube Cabin craft you can make and read Tremayne’s Point Shot sport comment. The true story in It Happened to Me about a bully brother reminds us that bullies are not only found at school, but at home too. Continue reading