Originally focused on science and nature, the magazine, aimed at kids aged six to nine, has gradually become a more general-purpose children's magazine.
The magazine was published by the Young Naturalist Foundation. In 1997, chickaDEE (as well as sister publications OWL and Chirp) was purchased by Bayard Canada, which also owns a number of French-language children’s magazines, including Les Débrouillards and Les Explorateurs.
- Eugene Benson; L.W. Conolly (November 30, 2004). Encyclopedia of Post-Colonial Literatures in English. Routledge. p. 897. ISBN 978-1-134-46848-5. Retrieved October 31, 2015.
- James L. Thomas (November 1987). "Magazines To Use With Children in Preschool and Primary Grades" (PDF). Young Children. 43 (1). Retrieved March 8, 2017.
- Susan Krashinsky (June 29, 2011). "OWL Survives in a Challenged Magazine World". The Globe and Mail.
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