Kindling is the new Kinfolk revolt magazine to those who are having or have children under the age of 10, A magazine dedicated to the exploration of new ideas and new perspectives that derive from the education of a child.
The premises for being a good magazine, but above all a useful magazine, are all there: Kindling does not judge and, with few frills, explores the great ideas about parenting, not what a child should eat or wear.
Dimensions: 16.5x23.5 cm
Number of pages: 120
Number one, The Emotions Issue, is packed with fun interviews, features and activities. Among its pages you will find, among other things, an interview with the psychology professor who recommended Inside Out at Pixar, a workbook geared towards helping your child to talk about their feelings and a photo essay in which fruits and vegetables they give life to common idioms. Ask yourself: What would it really be like to be "fresh as a cucumber"?
Kindling is also packed with columns and columns that answer questions including: What's it like to spend four years traveling with your parents? What can Gruffalo teach us about fatherhood? And how should you answer a child if he catches you off guard with a difficult question like "Why do people die?"
Designed to be read by adults but shared with children, Kindling comes to life through fun drawings by Norwegian illustrator Espen Friberg and contains an activity section full of suggestions for fun, free and / or educational games for parents and children to enjoy. together.