Highlights for Children, publisher of the beloved children's magazine that has brought “Fun with a Purpose” to children for nearly 75 years, is excited to announce that its newly released Longest Hidden Pictures Puzzle Ever book has been awarded the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the longest hidden picture puzzle fold-out book (commercially available).
Highlights for Children Makes History by Breaking a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ Title
Highlights for Children, Inc. Announces New Leadership Roles for Mary-Alice Moore and Michael Eisenberg
Highlights for Children, Inc. is pleased to announce that Michael Eisenberg has been named Vice President, Publisher, Highlights Book Group and Mary-Alice Moore has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Business Strategy and Product Development.
Highlights and Bamboo Learning Introduce Highlights Storybooks Skill for Amazon Alexa to Supercharge Kids' Reading and Listening Comprehension Skills
Highlights for Children and Bamboo Learning introduce Highlights Storybooks from Bamboo, a highly-engaging skill for Amazon Alexa featuring ability-leveled stories, animation and narration from the Highlights Storybook Collection series.
Age of Learning Partners with Highlights to Add Stories to ReadingIQ’s Expanding Digital Library
Leading education innovator Age of Learning, Inc., announced today the addition of the HighlightsTM Reading Quest TM book series from Highlights to its ReadingIQTM digital library. Supporting the organizations’ shared goal of fostering a love of reading, the new partnership helps children build their literacy skills with books on the topics and themes they enjoy most.
Highlights Works with the Ryan Seacrest Foundation/Seacrest Studios
Highlights for Children, Inc. is pleased to announce a collaboration with the Ryan Seacrest Foundation that will bring the company’s Highlights Hangout podcast to kids in several pediatric hospitals around the United States.
Highlights Explores the Influences and Worries of a Generation Inclined to Stand Up for What's Right in 10th Annual State of the Kid Survey
The 10th annual State of the Kid survey delved into topics that included who and what influences kids’ ideas and thoughts, and whether kids feel empowered to create a better, kinder world. The results, garnered on the heels of a number of significant events that saw kids standing up and speaking out like never before, are reflective of their demands for change, which made 2018 a critically important year for listening to children.
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