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When did Look and Learn first appear?

Posted in Art, Britain in the 60s, Education on Friday, 10 June 2011

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This edited article about Look and Learn originally appeared in Look and Learn issue number 964 published on 30 August 1980.

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The first issue of Look and Learn

Interesting articles, well-drawn pictures . . . subjects varied and exciting . . . incidents in history, how things work, life in other countries, great artists, inventors, politicians . . . all these and many more were the ingredients that went into Look And Learn in its very first issue, and are still with it today. Look And Learn was launched in January, 1962, and was greeted by youngsters, parents and teachers alike as an excellent magazine.

The circulation in those days was over half a million copies every week. Among the features which appear regularly in the paper one of the most popular is The Trigan Empire which first appeared in Ranger magazine.

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