New Magazines at FSPL

Take a closer look at our newest subscriptions!

The home branch of each title is listed below its description, but any magazine can be held for you at either branch on request.

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937-746-2665
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Sat: 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Travel isn’t far away with Afar Magazine. Full of colorful photographs of exotic places around the world, Afar will take you wherever you want to go from the comfort of your home. Whether you’re planning a trip for the near or distant future, Afar will give you all the inspiration you need.

Housed at both branches.
Beadwork Magazine will give you inspiration for your next beading adventure! Including bead weaving patterns, tips and tricks, and bead making guides, Beadwork will help you advance your beading skills to the next level.

Housed at the Franklin Branch.
Bridal Guide Magazine will give brides (and brides-to-be) inspiration and ideas for a contemporary, trendy wedding with insights into today’s fashion, beauty, and honeymoon trends.

Housed at both branches.
The award-winning Britain Magazine gives the would-be traveler ideas for new places to explore, tips and tricks to getting around, news, recommendations of where to stay, and will inspire readers with photos of beautiful landscapes.

Housed at the Springboro Branch.
Clean Eating Magazine will give readers tips and tricks on how to prepare food that will fuel your body, mind, and soul. It is full of flavorful, nutritious, low-fat meals that will change the way you view food.

Housed at both branches.
Cook’s Country Magazine is full of country cooking recipes that are delicious, easy, and quick to prepare. Readers can learn about the latest cooking utensils and accessories and tried-and-tested kitchen tips. The best part is that readers don’t have to waste time by skimming through the entire magazine if they don’t want to; on the back of each issue, Cook’s Country Magazine lists each recipe that can be found inside with helpful photos.

Housed at both branches.
Get inspiration for your cottage home style with The Cottage Journal! Readers will see creative and fresh decorating ideas for someone who wants to blend comfort with tradition. Includes recipes, menus, and easy entertaining ideas.

Housed at the Springboro Branch.
Explore early American history with Early American Life Magazine! Learn about home styles, antiques, decorations, traditions architecture, and history from early America.

Housed at the Springboro Branch.
Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine is a must-read for anyone who enjoys a good mystery. Full of short stories from both popular and new authors, it’s especially perfect for mystery lovers who can’t find the time to read an entire book.

Housed at both branches.
Find inspiration for your current home decorating project with Farmhouse Style Magazine! Readers will see the newest trends, easy DIY projects, rustic decorating tips, budget-friendly upcycling projects, and hearty recipes.

Housed at the Franklin Branch.
Whether you’re an experienced gardener or just beginning, Garden Gate Magazine will help you achieve professional results. Each issue contains practical tips, easy-to-follow instructions, and step-by-step guidelines for your next gardening project.

Housed at both branches.
Learn more about Germany and its surrounding countries with German Life Magazine. It provides articles about German culture, both past and present, historical, social, and political events. Readers can also learn how to cook traditional German cuisine at home!

Housed at the Springboro Branch.
Health Magazine provides readers with advice on fashion, eating, exercise, and travel – the healthy way! Learn how to feel good inside and out with the help of this lifestyle magazine.

Housed at both branches.
Learn more about the herbs that boost your immunity with The Herb Quarterly Magazine! Readers can learn about herbal lore, read tips on hard-to-grow varieties, and try new recipes built around herbs and edible flowers.

Housed at the Springboro Branch.
Educate yourself about the culture of proud Kentuckians with Kentucky Living Magazine! Including recipes, travel spots, and practical gardening tips, Kentucky Living serves to improve the quality of life for its community.

Housed at the Franklin Branch.
Need a good laugh? MAD Magazine, America’s longest-running humor magazine, uses pop culture to entertain its readers with comic strips about music, parenting, and politics.

Housed at both branches.
Allow yourself to focus on self-improvement in all aspects of your life with Mindful Magazine. Mindful advocates that with a healthy mind comes a healthier and happier life and happier relationships. Compassion and care are the building blocks for a healthy society and Mindful is determined to educate people about the value of kindness and mindfulness.

Housed at both branches.
Calling all parents! Understanding your children can be difficult no matter their age, but Parents Magazine can teach readers techniques and advice from childcare experts and other parents about common parenting issues, typical childhood development, and the everyday concerns faced by today’s parents.

Housed at both branches.
Ree Drummond first gained popularity with the lifestyle blog she began in 2006 until her popularity exploded and she became a household name. Now, with her own TV show and several cookbooks (among other things), Drummond expands upon her resume even more with The Pioneer Woman Magazine! Full of fun recipes, advice, and stories, readers will feel like they are part of the Drummond family.

Housed at both branches.
Launched in June 2020, Quick + Easy Quilts Magazine features quick and easy projects for quilters of any skill level.

Housed at both branches.
Drew and Jonathan Scott from HGTV’s Property Brothers TV show are at it again with their new magazine, Reveal! Readers will see recipes, travel destinations, tour America’s most beautiful homes, and get inspiration for their next home décor project.

Housed at both branches.
Southern Lady Magazine celebrates everything southern with recipes, entertaining ideas and tips, and home décor!

Housed at the Franklin Branch.
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