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Płomyk. Tygodnik ilustrowany dla dzieci i młodzieży ("Flame. Illustrated Weekly for children and teenagers") was a Polish children and teen magazine published from 1917 to 1991.[1]

It was founded by Janina Porazińska in interwar Poland. Re-established in the People's Republic of Poland after World War II, it was closed after the fall of communism due to losses and unprofitability.

During its history, its contributors included some of the top Polish authors for children and teenagers, such as Edmund Niziurski and Zbigniew Nienacki.

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  1. ^ "Finnish Literature in Poland, Polish Literature in Finland" (PDF). University of Eastern Finland. Tampere. 2013. p. 83. Retrieved 2 June 2015.