What can I expect to read in The Yesteryear Gazette?
We created The Yesteryear Gazette to disguise important historical knowledge with FUN and interesting topics that kids will love! Each monthly issue will contain articles and facts from the corresponding month throughout history! The information will be written in a vintage, fun, kid friendly lingo that will be sure to add some flair to learning history. Below are examples from our very first August issue:
Three fun history articles. Example:
First successful hot air balloon journey across the Atlantic! (August 1978)
Mysterious theft of the Mona Lisa! (August 1911)
Oxygen is discovered! (August 1774)
Three serious history articles. Example:
Japan Surrenders! V-J Day (August 1945)
Christopher Columbus sets sail! (August 1492)
The Declaration of Independence signed! (August 1776)
Three famous birthdays with short biographies and fun facts. Example:
Annie Oakley (August 1860)
Napoleon Bonaparte (August 1769)
T.E Lawrence of Arabia (August 1888)
One weird historical law. Example:
In India, it is considered illegal if a villager fails to warn his fellow neighbor about a locust swarm by beating on a drum!
One crossword or word find puzzle that contains key learning words from the paper.
...And anything else we can possibly squeeze in!
Do you write about sensitive subjects?
Almost all history revolves around sensitive subjects. Rest assured that all topics will be written with respect and will be politically neutral. Occasionally, semi-graphic historical images might be included if they pertain to the article. However, photographs portraying nudity or excessive violence will always be left out. The Gazette is recommended for ages 8+.
Which paper will I get?
If you subscribe this month, you will receive NEXT month's paper. This is to make sure you have plenty of time to read and study each paper during the corresponding month.
What materials do you use?
We print on recycled newsprint paper.
When will my newspaper mail each month?
All monthly papers will be charged on the 10th and mailed on the 17th. We mail in batches. Please note: if you subscribe before the 10th of the month, your first issue will not mail until the 17th. Depending on your location, you should expect to receive it around 1-2 weeks after mailing.
What happens if I don't receive my paper?
All papers are sent in a large mailer and mailed via USPS. If it gets lost or damaged, kindly contact us and we'll send you a replacement at no charge.
What age group is The Yesteryear Gazette designed for?
Do you mail letters internationally?
Absolutely. The only difference is a slightly higher postage price. The average cost for international mailing is around $1.15 USD.
Can I cancel anytime?
Yes, you can. To cancel, skip a month, or change your address, simply create an account at checkout. From your account, you can complete any of the above tasks. And of course, if you have any questions, send us a note via the CONTACT section. If you did not create an account during checkout, you will checkout as a guest instead.... in which case you will need to email us to cancel or modify your subscription.