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Dennis Publishing's The Week Junior launches Science+Nature

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Science+Nature is a brand new monthly magazine from the team behind The Week Junior, and it goes on sale from 1st September 2018. 

The team are delighted to introduce this new title, responding to the public appetite for in-depth, high-quality, factual content for young people. 

Science+Nature is designed to ignite passion, inspire curiosity and stimulate discussion in 8- to 15-year-olds. Every issue will take readers on a voyage of discovery, from the depths of the oceans to the outer reaches of the cosmos, and from the days of the dinosaurs to our high-tech future. The eight-page Lab section features experiments and activities, as well as a monthly guide to the night sky for young stargazers. Also, a double-sided giant poster comes free with every issue.

Dan Green, editor of Science+Nature and author of the bestselling Basher Science books, said, “I'm immensely proud of Science+Nature. Our multi-talented team have put in an enormous amount of work and it really shows. Knowledge is power – we've brought together the best writers and experts to ensure that our readers get clear, accurate and fascinating information in a format that you genuinely can't find anywhere else.”

Science+Nature launches on 1st September 2018 with a cover price of £3.49 (US$4.5), 60 pages, plus a double-sided poster with every issue, and a initial print run of 13,614 copies. The magazine will be available to purchase from select WH Smiths, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Tesco, Tesco Eire and good independents. Subscriptions [£19.99 ($26) every six issues – 16% less than the in-store price] will be available at sciencenature.theweekjunior.co.uk.

Dennis is a member of FIPP.

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