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at some of The Circle’s most popular columns.

A Circle staff member dropped off a pile of Circles at my house to survey my kids’ opinions — and we were hooked! The Circle is good, healthy, clean reading material for your kids. There’s no advertising, no message being pushed, and no over-materialism. There are intriguing current events articles that are interesting for adults as well. The design is child-friendly and compelling.
Mrs. Tamara Donath, High school teacher and mother of several avid Circle fans Lakewood, NJ

The Circle is so informative and smart! It has a nice mix of light material like comics and wholesome content. No other magazine covers such a broad scope of information in such an easy-to-read format. My kids devour it from cover to cover.

Mrs. Rochele Fried, mother of 4 Circle readers Lakewood, NJ

With The Circle, I feel that my children are getting relevant information in an interesting and Torah’dig way. It gives a good overview of the news in a way that’s relevant to children. The Halachah column uses pictures and questions that give over the halachah very well. It’s no wonder that The Circle is very popular.

Mrs. Goldie Cohen, Passaic, NJ

This is by far the best Jewish children’s magazine on the market, perhaps the best magazine on the market, period. It has a large variety of interesting content and well-researched, timely articles on historical and contemporary topics of general interest. It keeps that balance between entertaining and educational. All my children are excited every week when The Circle arrives at our house!

Baruch Katz

Circle articles are written wonderfully, with a high interest level for kids. They are very educational and relevant. The Circle really boosts the children’s knowledge of important events and world history. It is exciting and tells the kids exactly what you want them to know.

Rivky Saalkind, SLP at Speech Solutions and Circle subscriber