KOOKIE (as in smart KOOKIE) is an award-winning print magazine for girls aged 7 to 12+.
In a world that often says there’s only one way to be a girl (think pink), KOOKIE provides a genuine alternative – one that offers girls a rounded and optimistic sense of who they are and what they could become. There are interviews with remarkable women and girls from around the world, profiles of pioneering women in history, original fiction and comics, plus lively content on science and nature, art and activism, sports and technology, as well as craft, debate, puzzles, pets and more. KOOKIE is surprising, informative, inclusive and most of all … fun!
Our 52-page magazine is 100% ad-free and comes out four times a year (March, June, September, December). Here’s what people are saying about KOOKIE …
‘Refreshingly different to most magazines for girls. A lot more actual content for starters, but it held my eight-year-old’s attention unlike other publications supposedly for her age group. It is actually interesting and topical.’
‘I love KOOKIE because it gives people new ideas. I enjoy reading it every few months when it comes. I can’t choose my favourite segment because the magazine as a whole is just amazing! My mum found KOOKIE on TV and got me the first issue around Christmas time and I have loved every issue ever since. Thank you for making this magazine about what you CAN be instead of what you SHOULD be.’
‘My daughter has absolutely ploughed through them. She has said many times over the last few days how much she loves them. The articles, opinions, comics. Absolutely thrilled – perfectly targeted. Thank you!’
‘Just wanted to let you know that my 10-year-old daughter is loving KOOKIE … She is keen to write to you. Pretty exciting for a girl with dyslexia who struggles to engage with reading. Thank you so much!’
‘Thank you so much for putting together a great magazine. I am so happy that my eight-year-old daughter gets to read something that is contemporary, relevant, interesting, well designed and matches some of the core values often ignored and overlooked by other magazines aiming at the same age group.’