HEY BAZOOFERS! Looking for what’s inside this next issue? Here’s a quick peek:
The Ninja Bob comic is getting more popular than ever and the writers and Darren, the illustrator, are adding some new angles in the design so it is even more fun to read and follow. For this episode, Ninja Bob is trying once again to free the agent from The Force of Frank. See what happens and look for a very big surprise near the end of the comic. You won’t see it coming! (But no flipping the page early!)
Fall is just setting in the neighbourhood of Wellington. This is a new part of the city the readers are visiting, and you’ll be greeted by two new mag hosts Adi and Oasis, both Age 11! They are excited to meet you and venture this part of the city together!
Ninja Bob is on the cover, and rightfully so! He breaks into Evil HQ to try and rescue the captured agent. He is crawling through a vent when he hears a conversation. See what happens in this latest episode of this fun comic series based on grade-schoolers!
Since the last issue, there have been lots of changes here at BAZOOF! The subscribe pages on the site are new and more user-friendly, plus now you have the option to order either a print or digital version of the magazine. Single copies of issues can now be ordered on the site at the SHOP menu. When the cover shows, that means it is available and ready to add to your cart.
It’s summertime in Bloomsbury and this issue is packed with some great summer fun, including the next exciting episode of Ninja Bob. He meets a new character who wears cowboy boots and rides a horse named Clip Clop! Find out what happens and why they become good friends!
The cherry blossoms in Bloomsbury tells us spring has arrived in the city! I hope you’ve got some time because there is LOTS to do!
How about starting with some motocross with Hayden on a few tracks. He was going to meet you at Cloud 9 Café to grab something to eat before heading out. He heard that their blueberry orange yogurt muffins was on the menu and wanted to try one! You’ll be able to make them yourself with step-by-step directions!
YAAAAAAH! The winter issue is here! With comics being a favourite for kids, along with BAZOOF!’s focus to encourage creativity in youth, the new comic series is a revamp of one created by Troy and Daniel when they were in Grade 5 and 6. It was featured in B! in its early years and is now returning better than ever! This issue readers not only get the first episode, but learn some of steps B!’s production team took in determining how Ninja Bob would look.
Freg has a healthy snack that is quick and easy to make in a frying pan and then readers can hop on their scooters and take a new year road trip. As they follow along, there are various tasks they can do that provide some healthy fun, along with checking out their rating at the end of their trip!
A favourite for B! readers are the short stories written by youth! This issue, Anvita, Age 9, shares a tale of Buzz the Bee and what goes wrong when he starts hanging out with some new friends. Jericho, Age 15, writes a story based on a popular movie that readers are sure to recognize. ‘Jerry the Racer’ is a car determined to make his parents proud and fulfill his dreams, with the help of his friend Cisco.
This issue also features true stories by youth! Anna, Age 12, writes of a frightening experience she had on the ski slopes. Maya, also Age 12, relates when she was able to help her friend from being bullied in her classroom.
Avah, Age 10, not only shares a very fun poem about her cat and what goes through his furry little head, but also what makes Peaches such a big part of their family!
B! received lots of holiday drawings and doubled the space in the magazine to show some of them off! Thanks to all those who participated on Oay’s Chalk Board this issue…. some great stuff!
All this and more in the upcoming WACKY WINTER 2019 issue of BAZOOF!
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 →
It’s time to hop on the bus and head to the mountains to enjoy Camp Galoopa—space-style!
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. The Cherry Blossom trees are in full bloom on this side of the city! This neighbourhood is called Bloomsbury and there is so much to do here! While Waterman is sleeping, his ‘teethies’ come up with a master plan to invade a nearby bakery! They are in for a surprise! In the park, there are bike trails you can ride and earn yourself a Bicycle Safety Challenge ribbon. Give it a try! 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 →