Child (magazine)
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Child Magazine
Child magazine cover.jpg
Final issue of Child, June/July 2007
Editor-in-ChiefMiriam Arond
Frequency10X a year
PublisherMeredith Corporation
Year founded1986
First issueOctober 1986
Final issueJune/July 2007

Child was an American parenting magazine founded by Jackie Leo and MaryAnn Sommers in 1986 and published through 2007.

History and profile

Child was first published in October 1986.[2] The magazine was started as a bi-monthly publication.[2] It was originally backed by Italian publishers, then sold to the New York Times Magazine Group in 1987.[2] The company published it until 1995 along with its other women's magazines, including Family Circle, before selling the titles to Gruner + Jahr. The Meredith Corporation acquired nearly the whole US-based products of Gruner + Jahr group in 2005, except of some youth-publications.[3]

In February 2000, Miriam Arond became editor in chief and relaunched Child as a childrearing lifestyle magazine.

Child sponsored events including its annual Children's Champion Awards (honorees at the awards events included Dr. Marion Wright Edelman, Judy Blume, Geoffrey Canada, Wendy Kopp),[4] children's fashion shows for [[{Fashion Week]] in New York City, and the Best Children's Book Awards, whose t Lifetime Achievement Award-winners included Julie Andrews, Maurice Sendak, Hilary Knight, Tomie de Paola, and Eric Carle.

When Meredith Corporation acquired Child magazine in 2005, it lower the magazine's rate base from 1,020,000 to 700,000+.[] In 2007, Meredith discontinued the print version and folded the website into, which includes content from its other mass market, parent-related magazines American Baby, Parents, and Family Circle.


  1. ^ Moses, Lucia; April 2, 2007; "Parenting titles evolve"; MediaWeek; Retrieved May 2, 2007.
  2. ^ a b c George Lazarus (May 19, 1987). "Child Magazine is New Kid on Block at N.y. Times Co". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ Matthew Creamer (May 24, 2005). "Four Gruner & Jahr Magazines Acquired by Meredith". AdAge. Retrieved 2017.
  4. ^ CHILD Magazine's 2005 Children's Champion Awards: A Salute to Six Heroes

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