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3rd Apr '13 5:46:43 PM CorahsUncle
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* ''The Bear Family'', a comic (1946-89, 1998-present) about a family of bears

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* ''The Bear Family'', a comic (1946-89, 1998-present) (1946–89, 1998–present) about a family of bears


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* ''Headwork'', a page of questions for parents to ask their children
3rd Apr '13 5:37:52 PM Xtifr
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* ''GoofusAndGallant'', which has its own page

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* ''GoofusAndGallant'', ''Literature/GoofusAndGallant'', which has its own page
1st Jun '12 3:37:11 PM CorahsUncle
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* Aloysius and…, stories about a wolf who constantly got into trouble. These ran until the 1990s.
* Ask Arizona, a letters section
* The Bear Family, a comic (1946-89, 1998-present) about a family of bears
* GoofusAndGallant, which has its own page
* The Timbertoes, a comic about a family made of wood
* What's Wrong? — The back issue always includes intentional goofs for the children to spot.
* Your Own Pages — art submitted by readers

It also includes joke and riddle sections, factual articles, craft segments and other features that have come and gone over time.

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* Aloysius and…, ''Aloysius and…'', stories about a wolf who constantly got into trouble. These ran until the 1990s.
* Ask Arizona, ''Ask Arizona'', a letters section
* The ''The Bear Family, Family'', a comic (1946-89, 1998-present) about a family of bears
* GoofusAndGallant, ''GoofusAndGallant'', which has its own page
* The Timbertoes, ''The Timbertoes'', a comic about a family made of wood
* What's Wrong? — ''What's Wrong?'': The back issue cover always includes intentional goofs for the children to spot.
* Your ''Your Own Pages — art Pages'', drawings and poems submitted by readers

It also includes hidden-picture puzzles, joke and riddle sections, factual articles, craft segments pages and other features that have come and gone over time.
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** Early on, Goofus and Gallant were more elflike.
** The magazine got more and more colorful over time. Until the 1970s, the covers were rather drab and used only one color.
* PrintLongRunners: 1946-present.
* SpinOff: ''High Five'', targeted at 5 and below.

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** Early on, In early years, Goofus and Gallant were more elflike.
** The magazine got more and more colorful over time. Until the 1970s, mid-1970s, the covers were rather drab and used only one color.
* PrintLongRunners: 1946-present.
From 1946 to the present.
* SpinOff: ''High Five'', targeted at children age 5 and below.below.
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1st Jun '12 3:31:36 PM Twentington
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Started in 1946, ''Highlights for Children'' is targeted at little kids, offering them entertainment and education. It features various comics, stories, articles and activities.

!Notable sections:
* Aloysius and…, stories about a wolf who constantly got into trouble. These ran until the 1990s.
* Ask Arizona, a letters section
* The Bear Family, a comic (1946-89, 1998-present) about a family of bears
* GoofusAndGallant, which has its own page
* The Timbertoes, a comic about a family made of wood
* What's Wrong? — The back issue always includes intentional goofs for the children to spot.
* Your Own Pages — art submitted by readers

It also includes joke and riddle sections, factual articles, craft segments and other features that have come and gone over time.

!Tropes present:
* AntiRoleModel: Goofus.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Many features have been retired over time as their creators died or retired.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
** Early on, Goofus and Gallant were more elflike.
** The magazine got more and more colorful over time. Until the 1970s, the covers were rather drab and used only one color.
* PrintLongRunners: 1946-present.
* SpinOff: ''High Five'', targeted at 5 and below.
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