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Parenting New Hampshire has a circulation of about 20,000 and is a free monthly publication available at about 600 locations, including major supermarkets, throughout the Granite State. Our audience of loyal readers includes parents, teachers, child-care providers and other advocates for children ages newborn through teens.
The national award-winning magazine has been published since 1993 and is the state’s original family publication.
We strive to be a source of information for New Hampshire families. Regular features include product round-ups, profiles of individuals involved in children’s lives, a calendar of family events and monthly columns that offer expert perspectives on health and education issues. Parenting New Hampshire also aims to connect readers with family-related businesses and services around the state that can enrich or simplify their lives.
In addition to our monthly magazine, Parenting New Hampshire produces special publications, including Stepping Stones NH, a resource for parents of children with special needs; New Hampshire Next, a guide to life after high school; and the Family Resource Book, which offers listings and contact information for a variety of services around the state. We also host "Perspectives on..." event series that focuses on relevant topics such as autism and bullying, in addition to Summer Camp & Program Expos held in various locations in March.
Parenting New Hampshire is a publication of McLean Communications, Inc., a division of Yankee Publishing, Inc., Dublin, N.H. which includes New Hampshire Magazine, New Hampshire Home, New Hampshire Bride and New Hampshire Business Review. We are also a member of the Parenting Media Association, a network of more than 120 regional parenting publications from around the world.
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