AQUILA Magazine is full of challenging and exuberant articles and puzzles - all designed to appeal to lively young minds. As well as providing a generous helping of intelligent reading every month, it will inspire a love of learning and encourage a thoughtful, balanced take on life. Beautifully illustrated with photographs and diagrams, you will find science, history and general knowledge in every issue.
The magazine is delivered by post every month, and is perfect for children who want to know more about the world and how things work.
A subscription makes a fantastic birthday gift – and we can arrange a tailor-made delivery for you.
● Intelligent reading for 8 – 12 year-olds
● Cool science and intriguing puzzles
● Exciting new topic every issue
October: The Invisible issue
Now you see us, now you don’t!
Our October issue is all about invisibility. EB has a look at camouflage in the natural world. Harvey explores the subject of static electricity, and shows you how to use the power of science to ACTUALLY TURN SOMETHING INVISIBLE! (Yes, we’re very excited about that too.) Aquila investigates the dramatic and decidedly murderous history of priest holes, and we discover how archaeologists use Xray vision, and a healthy dose of clever guesswork, to see what’s hidden under the ground. We’ve got all that plus makes, quizzes and competitions, that’s if we can find them… now where did I put those Brainfeeders… HARVEY?
AQUILA is a monthly educational magazine that will keep children entertained with intelligent, advert-free reading. Every issue contains factual articles, puzzles and fun activities that will enrich their general knowledge.
Absolutely – we steer clear of stereotyping as it is our intention to introduce all children to new and different ideas. Educational specialists recommend AQUILA because it widens children’s interest and understanding, rather than encouraging them to concentrate exclusively on their favourite/best subjects.
We can personalize your gift order to dispatch and arrive in time for a special occasion. For birthdays please enter the child’s birthday and a gift message when you make your order. We will note the birthday and dispatch the first magazine marked to open on the birthdate.
Why is a scientist called a scientist? What exactly are your 'never-mention-'ems'? Why did Queen Victoria own so many pugs?
October - The Invisible Issue
November - Life on Mars
December - Memory
January - King Arthur
February - Incredible Journeys
March - Mighty Maths
April - Living Underground
May - Risk Taker
June - Eruption!