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    TIME For Kids is the only weekly magazine for kids that delivers the most current news to classrooms and homes.

    Just like TIME magazine, the news in TIME For Kids is completely up-to-date and comes from TIME's news bureaus, award-winning journalists and photographers around the world.

    TIME For Kids is read by over 2.6 million kids and millions of parents and currently comes in two editions. Starting September 2000, TFK will be available in three editions:

    TIME For Kids: Big Picture Edition - Grades K-1 NEW!

    TIME For Kids: News Scoop Edition - Grades 2-3

    TIME For Kids: World Report Edition - Grades 4-6.

    It is published weekly during the school year, except school vacations and holidays. Classroom subscribers also receive free special supplements, posters, maps and videos throughout the year. TIME For Kids online is published year-round, and is fast becoming the place for kids to express their views on the news.

    If you would like more information, please call 1-800-777-8600.

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