Award-winning magazine The Week Junior launches brain-bending QUIZZLER

Published at, 10th July 2019

-Special summer edition magazine on sale 9 July 2019

-Packed with word, number, picture and logic puzzles along with a giant general knowledge quiz, fun facts, optical illusions and conundrums to stretch curious young minds

 

The brand new summer special Quizzler is being launched by the award-winning team behind The Week Junior. National sale from 9 July 2019.

Quizzler is a new 100-page magazine that is packed with brain-bending puzzles, fascinating facts and a mind-stretching mega quiz, guaranteed to keep boredom at bay for eight to 14-year-olds. With a variety of logic, number, picture and word puzzles, along with a 200-question quiz on subjects including animals, science, sport, books and entertainment, children will have lots of fun while putting their knowledge to the test.

The magazine has been put together by the multi award-winning team behind The Week Junior, the UK’s fastest growing magazine.

Since The Week Junior’s launch in November 2015, the magazine has gone from strength to strength and is now one of the fastest-growing magazines in the UK with a 29.1% y-o-y  increase at the last ABC. The launch of Quizzler came in response to consumer demand for more interactive content. 

Editor-in-Chief of The Week Junior, Anna Bassi, said, “Our readers love doing puzzles, and with the long school holidays about to begin, we think that Quizzler is the ideal way to keep children happily occupied this summer. Whether they are lounging on a beach, passing a rainy day or travelling to distant destinations, all they’ll need is their Quizzler and a bit of brainpower!”

Quizzler is the latest print title in The Week Junior portfolio, following the launch of Science+Nature in September 2018. It will be on sale in selected WHSmiths stores, independent newsagents, selected retail multiples and online.

The magazine goes on sale from 9 July and is priced at £4.95. Quizzler comes with a pull-out puzzle poster, a branded eraser-topped pencil and a chance to win a bicycle.

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