The New York Times for Kids is published monthly, with a new issue in the newspaper on the last Sunday of each month. The visually driven broadsheet section is available only in the paper and is part of the New York Times’ dedication to innovating in print.
Since their inception in 2016, these sections have become a much-anticipated feature of the Sunday paper. They aim to entertain and stimulate kids, and engage them creatively with the news without talking down to them.
Company: The New York Times Magazine
Design Director: Debra Bishop
Senior Designer: Fernanda Didini
Designer: Mia Meredith
Contributing Art Director: Ken Delago
Illustrators: Tim McDonagh (January); Christian Northeast (February); QuickHoney (March); Henning Wagenbreth (April cover), La Tigre (April centrespread); Tom Gauld (May); Hattie Stewart (June); R. Fresson (July); QuickHoney (August cover); Giacomo Gambineri, Raymond Biesinger, Evan M. Cohen, Jaques Kleynhans, Albert Tercero (August game spreads); Serge Seidlitz (September); Mark Ryden (October); Amandine Urruty (October centrespread); Zohar Lazar (November), Francesco Muzzi/StoryTK (November centrespread)