Good Housekeeping magazine?together with the Good Housekeeping Institute and the Good Housekeeping Seal?is an American icon of consumer protection and quality assurance. Every issue delivers a unique mix of independent investigation and trusted reporting, along with inspirational and personal stories. The magazine’s rich tradition embodies a commitment to the modern home and to a woman’s quality of life.
What does family fun mean to you? Crafts? Recipes? Party ideas? Travel tips? FamilyFun magazine dishes up these and more boredom-defying activities in over 180 splashy, colorful pages. Geared toward parents with young children, this energetic magazine promises to enrich the lives of families. Offering a "we’ve been there, we know" sort of comfort to parents, folksy first-person articles let parents know they’re not alone.
Woman’s Day magazine is an indispensable resource for over 20 million women, presenting simple and sound solutions for health, home, food, style and money. Each issue offers the very best recipes, money-saving tips, home improvement ideas and more to make life rewarding, easier and more fun. Woman’s Day gives its loyal audience actionable tools and relatable inspiration to get the most out of everything.
Highlights High Five is the newest offering from the publisher of the nation’s #1 children’s magazine, Highlights for Children. Like its older sibling publication, Highlights High Five is founded on the belief that children are the world’s most important people, and helps set children firmly on the path to becoming curious, creative, caring, and confident individuals. Highlights High Five celebrates the early years of childhood – a time of discovery when learning happens at every turn. Our magazine is dedicated to helping parents, educators, and other caregivers nurture young children by: – encouraging a natural sense of wonder about the world; – promoting reasoning, problem solving, and creative self-expression; – fostering a love of language and a rich vocabulary; – and inspiring them to be kind, to get along with others, and to grow in self-confidence…for children are the world’s most important people.