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1. Seventeen
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2. Teen Vogue
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3. Cosmo Girl!
$14.97
4. J-14
$14.96
5. M
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6. Brio
$25.00
7. Teen Ink
$22.00
8. Brio & Beyond
$15.95
9. New York Times Upfront
$14.97
10. Twist
$19.95
11. Teen Strings
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12. Breakaway
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13. Teen Voices
$14.95
14. American Cheerleader
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15. Faze
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16. Jeune Et Jolie

1. Seventeen
by Hearst Magazines
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7SM
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars This magazine is GREAT, period.
I am 13, and I know I am young, but I am becoming curious of many different things and am changing in so many ways now. Seventeen is one of the magazines that really affects my life. This magazine is very resourceful and also fun. One thing to say, there isn't that much bad information that kids shouldn't be reading, but parents, I do advise that you review the magazine before letting your child read it. They have the fashion section, where not just one body type is included, but all body types and they have tons of different styles. They have great style tips too which I bet you'll like. They also have the beauty section which has tips on how to apply your makeup, and they have a wide variety of different makeup looks, so you're not stuck with the one look that has too much makeup on. They have the feature articles, which are both fun and informing. Time to time, they'll have an article on sex (just to say that to people who won't want to be reading that). They have many other things in the magazine like Tramarama which is embarassing stories, 17 Mission, which is an article that gets the attention of the reader to focus on everyday problems, like global warming or breast cancer. I hope you enjoyed this review as much as I love the magazine, but the only way you can really tell if you like the magazine is to just go check it out at your local grociery store or bookstore.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Magazine is GREAT, period.
I am 13, and I have to say, I know I'm still a young child, but I am growing, and I am becoming curious about different things and am changing in so many ways. Seventeen is one of the magazines that actually makes a difference in my life. It is fun, but also informs me on many things that will eventually cover several aspects of my life. I don't recommend this magazine for anyone under 12 (Seventeen doesn't have that much innapropriate information for young teens. Parents, I do consider that you review Seventeen before you let your child read it. Seventeen does NOT focus too much on celebrities, even though they will have one or two sections in each issue relating to celebrities. They have the fashion section, which has tons of actually useful style tips and embrace ALL body types. The beauty section has great tips on how to apply your makeup, and they have different looks, so you don't only have one makeup look where they have a bunch of makeup and it is overpowering your face. There are lots of options. There are the feature articles, which are always fun to read (and informing). I definitley will continue subscribing to this magazine because I thoroughly enjoy it, and I hope that you will too. But, the only way to really know if you like it is to check it out at a your local grociery store or drugstore. It all comes out to YOUR opinion, not mine, but I hope you enjoyed this review.

3-0 out of 5 stars A pretty girly magazine with potential to diversify
I was looking for a magazine to get a friend's teenage daughter who is at an age where she is interested in pop stars, beauty tips, fashion, celebrity news with a tasty bite, a bit of serious writing to make her think; after all she is at an age where she has to face the real world.
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Subjects:  1. Children and Teens    2. General    3. Literary History And Collections    4. Teen    5. Teens   


2. Teen Vogue
by Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Magazine (10 January, 2003)
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Asin: B0001A99IS
Sales Rank: 99
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars 1 star-LOWEST RATING, but I'd give a NOTHIN' TO IT
I think it's riddiculous to put the imagery of these girls as being hugely sexual- continuously confronted with this situation through the media images, t.v. etc.- they are confused, risk taking and not able to be in control of their lives , their choices.We need to cut the double messages out.Wouldn't it be best for the messages of people who really give a damn (parents, teachers, family) to finally be more important than the revenues of a magazine unit??TEEN VOGUE works against this premise.

2-0 out of 5 stars Teenage Vogue, don't you mean teenage angst?
Teen Vogue?Good grief, Vogue was bad enough but Teen Vogue!Who was this written for in the first place, Paris Hilton and her filthy rich mob?
5-0 out of 5 stars Teen Vogue is the awesome!!!!!
I love Teen Vogue!They have the most beautiful clothes!When I grow up I either want to work for them or Vogue.They have great health articles thgat are really helpful to me.They are always so far ahead on the latest trends.Teen Vogue is by far the best teen magazine out there!!!!!!! ... Read more

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3. Cosmo Girl!
by Hearst Magazines
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7XS
Sales Rank: 97
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars My second favorite magazine right under Seventeen
This magazine clearly has its individuality and is positively changing. The magazine has affected me and made me more confident, but mostly, it's just been fun stuff to read. Here's more for you. They have their usuals, like the editors note, readers' letters', behind the scenes look, and a freebie calendar. There are the fun things, like secrets, embarassing stories, eerie tales (they usually put this in the magazine every few months), horoscopes, and some CG! manga. The features. Of course the features. Always good to read. This includes a set of clothing looks that are bright and fun, but sometimes they'll show wierd clothing looks that you'd be thinking you'd never wear in a million years. Other than that, for the rest of the features, there are makeup looks, and three or four extra articles that I find fun but dont affect me. There's the Get Real section, where they have a short story about one girl who makes a difference in one important area of life. They also have a letter from one of the CG! workers on a troubled area of her life and how she dealt with the issue. Then there's Project 2024, where an article is featured in every issue on a famous person who makes a difference and tells you secrets for success. There is the guys section, where they have eye candy, 2 or 3 feature stories that help you out in situations in your relationship, and love stories that are just fun to read. There's the Body and Soul section where this mainly focuses on health and exercise. And the CG! look, that features TONS of makeup and beauty secrets. This magazine is one of the best out there, don't let this magazine slip you if you're looking for a good one!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Teen Magazine
I like Cosmo Girl magazine, but I do not like it as much as Seventeen magazine. Here are the Pros and Cons.
5-0 out of 5 stars Very Realistic
Compared to all the other teen magazines I have read/subscribed to (Teen People, Seventeen, Elle Girl, Teen Vogue, GL) CosmoGirl is the one you can relate to the most. Instead of showing a lot of clothes and makeup, it focuses on your inner beauty. There are many articles about real life that is relateable (like The Culture of the Rich). It features many articles that focuses on making the world a better place (like The Power of Change). I particularily love the Body & Soul section, where they feature articles about how to eat right, and a monthly workout. ... Read more

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4. J-14
by Bauer Publishing
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005OM4W
Sales Rank: 126
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Just For Teens
That's what J-14 stands for. It's for teens pretty much yes. If you like gossip, posters, and info on your favorite celebs, music,and movies. I just started collecting them last September and I think their good. I don't care abou the gossip that much but I like the rest of it. I'm sick of seeing those kids off of High School Musical though. I wish they would take them out of the magazine. Especially Zac Efron...blech. Their good magazines though.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's really good but...
Well it's just not for everyone. But if you are 11-15 I HIGHLY reccomend this to you. This magazine is clearly for girls who are girly and like to read about celebs and get posters!!! NOT for GUYS or girls who like to read the intellectual laws of science. I'm almost thirteen (I will be next month :) and I think this mag is totally awsome! And ya wanna know why?! Because not only does it have celebrity gossip (hilary duff eating too much cookie dough say what?!) but theres also news about when your favorite artists' new cd is coming out! The people I know who don't like this magazine live in the bad side of town in a wicked crappy appartment with druggy's nextdoor or maybe they live in a trailer park?? I'm just saying that all those people who write those one star reviews sound like they dont really have a life- no offense but I do and maybe this magazine helps me live it- okay??? Parents; buy a subscription for your daughter today!! Thanks for your anticipated cooperation **HAVE A NICE DAY**

1-0 out of 5 stars HAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!........No.
Read the headliner for this review, as well as the other 1-star reviews. I'm going back to my Revolver and Game Informers. Bye. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Children and Teens    2. General    3. Periodicals    4. Teen    5. Teens   


5. M
by Heinrich Bauer North America
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Sales Rank: 208
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Late
It's almost as if this magazine writes it's stories 2 mounths in advance onces you get the "latest" copy it's news that has been repeated 7961,583 times . It does however have decent posters (that's why it got a 2 and not just 1) but thats about the only thing that this magazine has to offer.
3-0 out of 5 stars its pretty good
i think that this magazine is good once in while but not as a subscription. the magazine doesnt vary enough for a subscription. i get this magazine maybe once every 4 months and it doesnt get boring. plus i like the posters.

3-0 out of 5 stars Typical bubblegum tween stuff...
From grades 4 to 6, I read "M" magazine religously, thinking it was one of the coolest things in the world. And I did enjoy it, a lot. But by the time I got to 7th grade, this magazine just got kind of dull and boring. I would say that the target range for this magazine would probably be ages 9-12; if you're older than that, you will probably get so fed up with the short articles and constant articles on Hilary Duff that you'll throw the magazine out the window or something.
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6. Brio
by Focus on the Family
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Sales Rank: 143
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars This is Christian???
A friend ordered me a subscription to Brio, and, frankly, it disgusted me.It talks about God in a hip, "funny" (yeah right) way that any Christian should think is slightly disrespectful and at least one article about guys is ALWAYS in the contents.I couldn't believe this is considered a "Christian girl" magazine.When I get mine I throw it straight in the garbage, where it belongs.

2-0 out of 5 stars Brio- nonono
I got that magazine last year and frankly, I'm disappointed. I am a Christian, so I thought I'd give that a try, but it was very plain and frankly very boring. It had little things that girls like, like clothes, makeup, tips, etc.On the positive side, it does have good help information. I would suggest that if you have a teen girl, try the magazine "Justine" which is wholesome and hip and for the more conservative reader.

5-0 out of 5 stars I'd give it 4 1/2 stars - I'm rounding up!
The only reason I'd subtract a half a point is because I'm not absolutely fanatical about it. I do enjoy reading it a lot though! :)! There are so many cool feature articles, and the Brio staff include fun and easy (usually easy!) things to do when you're bored. I usually enjoy reading a short fiction piece they sometimes include, and the quizzes are always fun. If you're a Christian teen under 16, I'd recommend subscribing to it. If you're from 16-19, try Brio and Beyond, the older version. ... Read more

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7. Teen Ink
by Young Authors Foundation
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Asin: B00008JO3P
Sales Rank: 463
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Much-Needed Magazine
I think in this world the media does not pay enough attention to the voices of teenagers, who I think have some of the most unique input. This magazine gives teenagers from all around the country and some from out of the USA a chance to make their views public. It is great for teens to write to and for teens to read. I have been inspired by a number of the articles I have read in this monthly publication.
3-0 out of 5 stars Beware
Please understand before ordering, that this is a "newspaper" style subscription.It does not come as a "magazine" as you would think.I was very disappointed, as this was a Christmas gift and was expecting a little more on the appearance of the product.Just wanted to let you know.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very grown up and my 12 year old loves it!
I was very surprised to read the varied content ALL supplied by the kids that run and contribute to the publication.It's in newspaper format which I also find very unique. There is information from poetry, to fact, to fiction, to education, and more. I highly recommend this publication for about eleven or twelve and up to offset the J-14, Cosmo, type magazines. ... Read more


8. Brio & Beyond
by Focus on the Family
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Sales Rank: 736
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Take another look...
I have been receiving Brio for a little more than four years. I am now about to turn 17 and have upgraded to Brio and Beyond. To be honest it surprised and disappointed me to see some of the reviews that brio got. It's pretty safe to say that if you want a "right" review about brio, then turn to a present reader, and a current teenager.
1-0 out of 5 stars terrible and juvenile
Brio & Beyond is aimed for teen girls in high school and late teens in college. Unfortunately for a magazine that aims to be hip and cool for christian teens, it comes across very juvenile and the articles aren't very mature at all. Their focus is on conservative christianity, modesty, staying christian in college, aiming to live a "good" christian life, and trying to be a "good, christian girl."
5-0 out of 5 stars Worth getting
I'm 19 years old and read Brio for years, and then got Brio & Beyond. I'm incredibly impressed with the values Brio and Brio Beyond teaches and that it doesn't conform to the traditional magazine raunchiness, if you will, but still addresses key issues and is fun to read.
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9. New York Times Upfront
by Scholastic Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005U5EG
Sales Rank: 836
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars ummm... where is it??
I ordered this magazine a loooooonnnnggg time ago. It's been at least a year. I was really excited to read it, but it never came once! Whatever...

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Service
How can your review something that you don't receive. Oops, I forgot I did receive one issue, I liked the format, but it wasn't worth the trouble.
1-0 out of 5 stars Almost a year and no magazine!!!
I bought this for my nephew and he has yet to receive the magazine! ... Read more

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10. Twist
by Heinrich Bauer North America
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Sales Rank: 429
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars If I could I'd give -10 stars...
What is it with these gossip magazines?? Please tell me, because I truly think NO ONE in their right mind would ever subscribe to this garbage. All it is is mindless crap that the media puts into kids minds, while not having anything important else in the magazine. Unless your 10 years old, do NOT subscribe to this. There are better magazines out there fortunately, like Seventeen and CosmoGIRL! which aren't nearly as filled with garbage like this. The reason you don't see J-14 or this magazine or any other magazine like this on the top of the magazine list is because it has no effect on people, it's for little kids and it's not mature. PERIOD.

2-0 out of 5 stars Only when I'm desperate...
Like a reviewer below said, this magazine was good a while back. Try back in 2002. It used to have better tips and less filler. Now, it's all filler. Seriously. There are maybe 5 quizzes which don't say much, a "dream decoder" which is complete phooey, and yes, the many tweeny posters that I'd be embarassed to have on my wall, even if I were 11. I grew, but sadly, this magazine did not, let alone stay the same. Nothing is serious in here, it's like the magazines that tweenybopper brats read.
5-0 out of 5 stars *Very Cool*
I think this magazine is really good.It gives you all the latest gossip on the best stars. It even answers your Questions about some of the tabloids like:Are Jessica & Nick really over? - I think it's pretty wholesome too. The make-up tips are great. It's the average teen girl's fave mag. ... Read more

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11. Teen Strings
by String Letter Publishers
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12. Breakaway
by Focus on the Family
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Sales Rank: 1664
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Breakaway ROx!!!
Breakaway has been a great magazine for me. It helps teen guys like me with subjects from bands to girls. I love this mag...its by far the best mag i`ve ever subscribed to. It`s pretty cheap, too, so check it out.

4-0 out of 5 stars Really Good.........
YES! FINALLY! After years of Christian magazines like Clubhouse and Sports Spectrum, I can finally get an exceptional Christian magazine, in my mailbox, addressed to me. 5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST MAGAZINE EVER!
I'm a girl but my brother gets this magazine.I usually grab it before him and read it cover to cover.I can't believe how many things in it speak to me.It has helped me grow over the years.I know the editor Mike Ross personally from a mission trip I went on with this magazine.He is the best guy to know.He really cares about the teens that receive this magazine.He is great at illustrating his points with vivid stories that challenge teens faith.My favorite illustration was when he talked about how we smell and how as christians we must give off a different smell than other's becuase we are easily recognizable.You'll have to read the past issues or his books to learn more about this.All I can say is that this is the best magazine ever.It really helps its reader's grow in their faith. ... Read more

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13. Teen Voices
by Women Express Inc
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Sales Rank: 1708
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Former Intern For Teen Voices Magazine
As a former intern for Teen Voices, I may be biased, but I really think that what they are doing is amazing. Their magazine focuses on real things that teenage girls can relate to like teen pregnancy, suicide, family issues, body image issues, and many other topics, as opposed to how to get a boy to like you, how to lose weight, or what kind of make up to use. Teen Voices aims to empower young females by helping to give them the confidence that they need and letting them know that they are not alone.

1-0 out of 5 stars Have not received it nearly six months after ordering.
I ordered this magazine and Teen Ink in late 2005 as Christmas gifts for my teen daughters. We've received a few issues of Teen Ink since then, but no sign of Teen Voices as of May 2006.

4-0 out of 5 stars Love This!
This magazine focuses on real issues and is written by real girls. A feminist bias is apparent at times, but usually it focuses on what everyone has to say about date rape, racism, pregnancy, abortion, etc. For girls 13-21 who like Seventeen but need something a bit more focused (i.e., without fashion and beauty spreads.) ... Read more

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14. American Cheerleader
by Lifestyle Media Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Sales Rank: 1566
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars "IT" When it comes to the sport of Cheerleading
I have a subscription. And the reason why I have one is for the fact that the magazine is a highly sought after collectible as is Vogue, Seventeen, and Sports Illustrated For Kids, (all of which can be found on Amazon.com ,. As for the contents, well, if you're into cheerleading in general, you'll want and need to read its contents. It covers the major competition results and schedules for upcoming events. It has fashion news, how to's for various routines, and bios on select cheerleaders and squads. It has tons of photos, and unlike some magazines on the market today which seem to be only aimed at publishing articles about sex, American Cheerleader is dedicated to the sport and ART of cheerleading. It is mainly aimed at cheerleaders in high school and college, but has a Junior cheerleader section.From time to time it features bios on celebrities who've cheered, and keeps up with current news concerning the world of cheerleading. If you want to keep up with what is going on in cheerleading, you'll want to order a subscription to American Cheerleader!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST mag for cheerleaders!!!
Notice that all cheerleaders who have "reveiwed" this mag gave it 5 stars, and the other people who aren't or hate cheerleaders gave it one, naming it trash. Well if I was rating a basketball mag, I wouldn't give it a high score either!!!
4-0 out of 5 stars Geared to squad members, not coaches
but I still enjoy flipping through its pages along with my girls, and find the articles on cheers, chants and stunts to be most helpful. ... Read more

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15. Faze
by Faze Publications Inc
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Sales Rank: 2932
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16. Jeune Et Jolie
by Hachette Filipacchi
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Sales Rank: 3896
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