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Little Angel June 2019

Each month, Little Angel brings the coolest comps, the most awesome posters, the cutest cooking and DIY pages and the most giggle-worthy blush moments.

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la hq

Hi Angels! Do you believe in magic? Well you will after reading this issue – it’s chock-full of fairies, spells, unicorns, wands and more! Learn to do magic tricks, make fairies come to your garden, and read about our favourite magical movies of all time! PLUS don’t miss our insider guides to the new magical movies out this month, Aladdin and Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion. WE’LL SPELL YOU NEXT TIME! Amy and the LA Team xxx THIS MONTH AT LITTLE ANGEL HQ FOLLOW US If your Mum or Dad is on Facebook, they should follow our Little Angel magazine page. We post THE BEST tips and news for families, including: * Recipes and craft ideas * Exclusive giveaways * And lots of cute stuff, including photos of puppies and bunnies! WORLD OCEANS DAY Saturday June 8 is World…

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little angel

Group Editor Amy Vagne AVagne@nextmedia.com.au Writer & Editorial Coordinator Zachary Bryant Designers Malcolm Campbell, James Murphy, Melissa Wakefield & Dave Williams. Contributors Margie Wong National Advertising Managers Donna McIlwaine Ph: 02 9901 6384 DMcilwaine@nextmedia.com.au Jill Trochei Ph: 02 9901 6115 JTrochei@nextmedia.com.au Advertising Co-ordinator Charles Balyck adops@nextmedia.com.au Production & Digital Services Manager Jonathan Bishop Publishing Associate Publisher – Kids Daniel Findlay Publisher Carole Jones Executive Chairman David Gardiner Managing Director Hamish Bayliss…

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la scrapbook

Hi Little Angel, My name is Anya and I am 11. You make some of the best magazines and I love all of them. I just got a new one and shared it with my little brother. We really like looking at Blush & I Confess together, they’re really funny! I was also recently in a musical called Annie and played one of the orphans. Thank you for making the best mags, I can always rely on you for cute pics and funny stories. I love penguins and dogs, and would love to pet a dragon if they were real. My fave actress is Emma Watson from the Harry Potter movies. From one of your biggest fans, Anya Hey Anya! Thank you! We’re so happy you love our mags! In this issue, we’ve got…

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what’s happening?

MUSEUM OF MAGIC UNTIL AUGUST 14, SYDNEY MUSEUM, SYDNEY, NSW The history of magic and magicians is shrouded in mystery, but this exhibition has all the secrets that they don’t want you to know! Discover how magic has influenced movies, music, history and different cultures. Book online at sydneymuseums.com.au. PORT FAIRY DACHSHUND DASH JUNE 9, 2019, PORT FAIRY, VICTORIA Got a passion for dachshunds? Well then you need to get down to Port Fairy to see a whole lot of ‘em, and many other dog breeds too! The day starts off with a dog’s brekkie and photo session at 9am. It’s sure to be a race that paw-ses the nation!…

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the art gallery

Elizabeth (9) is a huge fan of How To Train Your Dragon, and here she is training Toothless to be her dragon! We love The Secret Life of Pets, and are so keen for the sequel! Penny (7) must be too, as she sent in this true to life drawing of Max! She said it herself – Lisa (10) loves Frozen, or more specifically, Queen Elsa. She’s sent in this lovely drawing of Elsa in her iconic dress. What a beautiful picture! Allegra (9) has drawn us a Galaxy Unicorn. We love the colours in its mane and all the pretty stars around it! Barley (10) sent in this lovely self-portrait standing against a beautiful blue sky. Eva (9) ’s art skills are so great! She’s drawn us this cute orange mouse in a field,…

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a muscial note

Chloe’s Faves Food: I love honey mustard chicken. Movie: My favourite movie is Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Animal: Giraffes. Do you practise a lot? I try to practise as much as possible – usually on school after noons for about half an hour . What would be your advice for a Little Angel reader who is keen to try the flute? It seems like a tricky instrument… At first it is quite tricky, but if you keep trying and practising you’ll get the hang of it! Even the best flute players were beginners once too. I suggest you practise just blowing into the head piece first. If you can make a sound out of that, maybe move onto playing simple songs like ‘Hot Cross Buns’ or ‘Mary Had A Little Lamb’, both of which…