Free Access to Flipster Magazines in Spring 2020!

Some of you may be familiar with our subscription to RBdigital, which provides access to a great collection of magazines. The only problem is that we currently have no access to children's magazines, that will change on July 1, and until then, you can use Flipster to view browsable magazines on a huge variety of topics, for people of all ages!

Access Flipster here, and when prompted enter the East Lansing Public Library's credentials to get started:

User Name: eastlansing
Password: trial@2020

Once logged in, you'll see some category options on the left, or you can search for something specific. There are more great titles than can be listed, but here are some highlights:

For Kids:
Hello - for babies and toddlers,colorful images, age-appropriate stories and fun activities parent and child can enjoy together.
- Wildlife fun for kids ages 0-3.
High Five - ages 2-6, read-along stories and poems, simple crafts and recipes, learning games, puzzles for beginners and other activities that can set your child on the path to becoming a lifelong learner.
Ladybug - enchanting stories and poems to read aloud that are just the right length for a cozy cuddle.
Ranger Rick, Jr. - for ages 4-7 with colorful photos, funny drawings and exciting stories about wildlife and nature.
 - for ages 6-12, all animals, all the time.
Highlights - for ages 6-12, filled with stories, games, puzzles, riddles, science experiments, craft projects and interactive entertainment.
Ranger Rick - for ages 7 & up with colorful photos, funny drawings & exciting stories about wildlife & nature.
National Geographic Kids - for ages 6 & up, just like the adult version, but for kids.
ChickaDEE - for ages 6-9, packed with comics, puzzles, crafts, animal facts, science experiments and stories that entertain, build problem-solving skills and help kids to think in new ways.
Boys Life - news, technology, sports, nature, history, fitness, science, comics and Scouting.
New Moon Girls - for ages 8-12, a unique community for learning, creative self-expression, and mutual support of girls worldwide, completely ad-free.
Smore Magazine - targeted to girls ages 7-12 but appeals to all interested in science, completely ad-free.
Ingredient Magazine - explore food through the lenses of history, science, nutrition and culinary arts with articles as varied as eaters. Learn about everything from how juice boxes are made to the science of delicious scrambled eggs.
Youth Runner - everything from Track & Field, Cross Country, Triathletes and anything to do with running for youth athletes.
Sports Illustrated Kids - the ultimate, kid-friendly, resource on sports.
How It Works - an action-packed science and technology magazine bursting with exciting information about our universe.
All About History - from Ancient Rome to Ancient Egypt, Tudor kings to Victorian inventors, and the trenches of World War I to the jungles of World War II.
Girls' Life - for ages 10-15, expert advice on all the important stuff (like school, friendship, family and crushes) plus fab fashion inspiration, skincare and beauty tips, hair ideas, pro fitness advice, recipes, craft and party DIYs, celeb interviews and more.
STRONG: The Magazine for Girls - articles on women who have influenced the world, as well as young girls who are making a big difference. Readers can learn how to stay healthy in body and mind with regular columns from our nutritionist and our psychologist.

For Parents:
Working Mother - supports and empowers today's working moms in their pursuit of success - however they define it. 
- written and edited for parents from 18 to 34, who have growing children.
Parents Latina

Old Schoolhouse
- he premiere home education magazine that is read globally.
Your Teen for Parents
- helping parents of teenagers raise their kids during the fast & furious stage called adolescence
EcoParent - a quarterly magazine for families that want to make healthier, greener lifestyle choices

And of course lots of titles for adults that have nothing to do with parenting!

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