150,000 magazines for Jewish children will arrive to households across the United States and beyond.

The magazine, published by the Chabad Lubavitch children's division known as Tzivos Hashem, features twenty-eight glossy colored pages, and is the most distributed English-language Jewish children's magazine in the world. Filled with information about the High holidays and the subsequent joyous holiday of Sukkot, the magazine welds fun and education together.

The magazine includes a page of "wacky holiday facts" called "Out of this World," which teaches children about items like the Etrog (the citron used on Sukkot) and honey, traditionally used as a dip symbolizing that the coming new year should be sweet, while having loads of fun. Other features are titled: Kids in the Kitchen (a honeycake how-to pictorial), The Adventures of Joey comic, wePod, the Candle Lighting (cutout) Cube and an online Challenge that features great prizes for entering competitions on the Chabad.org/Tzivos Hashem kids site.

The magazine is introduced to communities in English-speaking countries by their local Chabad-Lubavitch centers. Additionally, it will be the first time that the magazine will be translated into Portuguese and French. According to magazine coordinator Rabbi Shimmy Weinbaum, "The magazine's purpose is to educate children about the holidays, and inspire and encourage them to keep the holiday traditions. We aim to do so in a fun way that speaks to the children in their very own language."

The Jewish Kids Magazine is a joint project of Tzivos Hashem (the Chabad-Lubavitch children's organization) and Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch (the educational arm of Chabad-Lubavitch), and is made possible by a grant from the Rohr Family Foundation.