It’s been a long time in the works, but we’re so excited to debut our new website! We made some impactful changes to better inspire our young historians and the parents who encourage them. We can’t wait for you to check it out!
Here’s what we’ve changed for the better:
— Bundles are here! You can build your own bundle of three issues, saving over 30%. You can also choose to purchase one time or to be delivered every three months. We also offer a 12-issue capsule collection, where you save over $65 purchasing Issues 1–12 together.
— We upgraded our blog! There’s so much to explore, from behind-the-scenes and cool crafts to parent education and growth. Here are a few favorite posts (that you might have missed!):
How To Talk With Kids About Difficult Topics
Our Favorite History Podcasts (And How To Listen With Your Kids)
Behind The Scenes: Co-Founder Brooke Knight On How HH Is Imagined + Created
Embracing + Raising Creative Thinkers
Easy Ways To Encourage Lifelong Readers
— Have you downloaded the Honest History app yet? You’ll find access to digital editions of your print magazine purchases, or try a monthly digital-only subscription for unlimited access to every digital edition of Honest History.
— Our books are such a treasure trove of historical information. From the history of inventions, to food, and even the American economy, there’s something for everyone.
— Did you know you can shop Honest History goods? Right now we have tote bags (great for library hauls!) and bucket hats (great for summer sun protection!) in the shop, but sure to check back as we are always adding inventory.
— Don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter! We’ll only send you HH updates and fun tidbits from our desk to yours.
— And while you’re at it, give a listen to our podcast, Anytime Now. From daring escapes to ingenious inventions, Anytime Now is narrated by historians, creators, explorers, and educators who love history and transport kids back in time with the incredible stories of the past. These are the stories of real events and real people.
As always, thank you for reading, following along, sharing your most pressing history questions, and supporting us in our journey to inspire curious young minds.
P.S. — If you haven’t grabbed Issue 16: The Way of the Samurai, you can order it here. Explore the stories of important people who made history in Japan, like Nakano Takeko, a significant onna-bugeisha (or woman samurai). It’s truly a wonder!