Scholastic Parent & Child

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Scholastic Parent & Child
Editor-in-Chief Jane Isabel Nussbaum
Categories Parenting
Frequency 8 per year
Year founded 1993
Final issue August-September 2015
Company Scholastic
Country USA
Based in New York City
Language English
ISSN 1070-0552

Parent & Child Magazine was a magazine published by Scholastic. The award-winning magazine was founded in 1993 as Scholastic's contribution to the parenting magazine category. Competitors included Parents and FamilyFun. Parent & Child highlighted the following editorial topics: activities and crafts, reading and education, children's development, health, and wellness, family recipes, and family time. The magazine also produced a kids website and a free mobile app, KidQ. Jane Nussbaum was editor in chief since 2013.[1][2][3] According to an announcement from Cision, Scholastic Parent & Child ceased publication with its August/September 2015 issue being its last."[4]

Editorial Sections[edit]

  • Busy Minds
  • Happy+Healthy
  • Me Time
  • Easy Eats
  • Together Time


  • Editor-in-Chief: Jane Isabel Nussbaum
  • Art Director: Jennie Utschig
  • Integrated Content Director: Elizabeth Anne Shaw
  • President, Consumer and Professional Publishing: Hugh Roome
  • Vice President, Publisher: Jamie Engel


  1. ^ Parent & Child Magazine |
  2. ^ "Scholastic Parent & Child". Parents' Choice Foundation. Retrieved 26 August 2016. 
  3. ^ "Scholastic Parent & Child". Parents' Choice Foundation. Retrieved 26 August 2016. 
  4. ^ "Cisionscoop scholastic parent child stops publication". Cision. Retrieved 26 August 2016.