210 x 270 mm, 64 pages. London, UK
Scoop is a 'feast of words and pictures for kids', that invites a host of writers and illustrators to create new fiction and non fiction around a particular theme.
On The Journal:
‘A slightly more grown-up feel than the other kids' indies gives it a free reign to go deeper into its subject matter, and though the language is plain and easy to understand, it’s intelligent and eye-opening [...] Scoop stands out as really pushing the concept of what a literary kids magazine can do, and encourages the idea of being creators, not just consumers.’ READ MORE
This issue: Celebration and Tradition
Editor-in-chief: Clementine MacMillan-Scott