Each week, The Mini Page covers a different topic. The Mini Page will teach your readers about that week's topic using word puzzles, connect the dots, recipes, drawings and pictures.
Appearing in over 500 newspapers weekly, The Mini Page is loved by children, parents, teachers, and anyone who wants to learn a little more while having a lot of fun.
The Mini Page was created by Betty Debnam (UNC Class of 1952). Ms. Debnam gave her complete archive from the years she was creator and editor to the UNC Library and the financial support necessary to create this electronic archive.
An online finding aid with details about the contents of The Mini Page Archive is available at the Southern Historical Website.
The Mini Page Archive was created to provide access to nearly forty years of The Mini Page, a weekly feature for children syndicated both nationally and internationally in local newspapers. This archive is intended for use by teachers, students, children, parents, home schoolers and the general public for nonprofit educational research/teaching/scholarship purposes only.
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