Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Kahani Magazine Wins Parents' Choice Award

Kahani (which means story in Hindi), a South Asian literary magazine for children, has won a 2007 Parents’ Choice Foundation Approved Award. Other winners in the same category include Sesame Street Magazine and American Girl.

Published four times a year, Kahani is an ad-free children’s literary magazine that features a vibrant mix of original short stories, nonfiction articles, biography series, interactive activities, comics, and book reviews. The editorial mission is simple: empower, educate, and entertain. While focused on the experiences of South Asian children raised in North America, “…this literary magazine reflects unique life experiences from which each of us can learn,” announced the Foundation.

The magazine won a Distinguished Achievement Award from the Association of Educational Publishers last year and also received the 2006 Multicultural Children’s Periodical Award from the National Association for Multicultural Education. Why all the buzz about Kahani? Go there and see for yourself — it's fantastic.

1 comment:

a. fortis said...

That's excellent news! I hoped the magazine would do well.

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