Kazoo is making headlines.

“If you didn’t think women in comics were having a big enough moment to begin with, the delightfully ambitious folks over at Kazoo are coming through in a big way for you. From the creators of the award-winning Kazoo Magazine and Knopf Books for Young Readers comes a perfectly-timed, positive, and righteously fun graphic novel, Noisemakers: 25 Women Who Raised Their Voices & Changed the World.”
Comics Beat

“A draw-dropping lineup of comics talent.”
The Comics Journal

“The magazine for little girls who want to grow up to be president”

“Finally, there’s a feminist magazine for girls who love science and climbing trees.”

“Every girl in the world deserves a subscription to Kazoo.”
Andréa Mallard, CMO of Pinterest 

“Meet Kazoo magazine, where girls get to take up space and make some noise.”
Chicago Tribune

“A new magazine for young feminists.”
Goop, who featured Kazoo in its gift guide for kids

“Tell us you don’t want a copy for yourself!”

“The best new magazine for young girls.”
Scary Mommy

“Kazoo is the magazine every brilliant, fierce young girl deserves.”

Kazoo magazine [is] required reading for all Smart Girls.”
Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls

“This new girls’ magazine is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Kazoo is different from everything else on the newsstand.”
Real Simple

“Kazoo is extremely good. It’s a really cool, thoughtful well-designed magazine. Lots of these magazines for kids are actually the thing adults think kids are going to like but it turns out to be really boring for kids. But Kazoo is really smart and well done and obviously reflects very smart choices made by people who actually understand what is engaging to girls of that age. It’s worth checking out!”
Gabriel Roth, Slate

“Today, I found this amazing magazine called Kazoo. It’s like Rookie but for younger readers. It’s for ages five to 10. It’s a really great group of people.”
The New York Observer, “Jobs Report: Kickstarter’s Publishing Ambassador Maris Kreizman Details Her Day”

“If you believe young girls deserve to be raised in a different landscape, one that helps them feel like the amazing women that they are and will one day become, consider donating to this campaign. It’s time we cultivate a new generation of women who value themselves not for what they look like, but for who they are on the inside.”
Elite Daily

“A new print magazine called Kazoo is uniting top female artists, chefs, writers, and scientists for a single purpose: to inspire young girls to be true to themselves.”

“What would happen if we could show our girls a different world? One where they are not limited. Where they don’t have to be sexy. Where they get to be themselves and have people treasure them for it? That concept is what makes the Kazoo video so incredibly moving for moms. We want better for our girls than we had. We want them to believe with all of their might that they can do anything … and not have society come in and tell them they can’t.”

“What every mom needs to make sure her daughter knows before she grows up”

“Get ready for this cool new magazine for our littlest feminists…The idea that a magazine can be completely written by top professional women shouldn’t be revolutionary, but it still kind of is, and it sub-textually gives girls a great message that there are no fields off-limits to them.”
Hello Giggles

Kazoo magazine brings feminism to girls ages 5 to 10, because you’re never too young to be empowered”

“Why girls need this new magazine.”

“In this ever-changing world, the possibilities for [our daughters] are endless if we keep it that way.”
Pop Sugar

“Gender stereotypes have no place in this empowering magazine for girls…Because girls can love princesses, pirates and everything in between.”
Huffington Post

Kazoo [is] a magazine for girls who wanna run the world, featuring some women who already do.”
Cool Mom Picks

Kazoo magazine is changing the way we talk to young girls…it isn’t about what girls look like, but what they can do.”
Naturally Curly

“In a world full of Kardashians, reality television and social media, it’s great to see a publication that offers something different and inspiring.”
Hot Moms Club

Editor-in-Chief Erin Bried was named one of Family Circle‘s “20 Most Influential Moms of 2017”
Family Circle

Editor-in-Chief Erin Bried was honored as one of the 2019 Folio: 100, an annual list recognizes leaders in publishing for making an impact.