- Websites defunct. Magazines presumed folded: Three Leaping Frogs, Fantasy World Geographic, and Cecil Child Parenting Magazine.
- Kidvisions is now Spaceports & Spidersilk, edited by Marcie Lynn Tentchoff.
- The Sword Review is now Mindflights
- Brio/Brio & Beyond – acquired by Kor Ministries and print publication discontinued. Brio continues existence as an e-zine. The publisher’s website states that they intend to transition it to a monthly print magazine in the future.
- New Pro Market Added: Highlights High Five – new monthly magazine for preschoolers, ages 2 to 6, from the publishers of Highlights for Children.
- New submission address and response times for Cricket Magazine Group publications: Babybug, Cicada (overstocked and closed to submissions until further notice), Cricket, Ladybug, and Spider.
- New Semi–Pro Market Added: Cecil Child Parenting Magazine – bi–monthly PDF parenting magazine for the residents of Cecil County, Maryland. Publishes content for children in each issue.
- Gobstopped – website defunct. Ezine presumed folded.
- My Friend – publication closing, not accepting new submissions. Last issue July 2007. Read editorial farewell.
- Cicada is overstocked and closed to submissions until further notice.
- Boys’ Life has a new fiction editor: Johnny D. Boggs.
- Dragonfly Spirit publication closed. Read editorial farewell.
- New Pro Market Added: Winner – drug education and life–skills training magazine aimed at students in grades 4 through 6. Pays $80 for up to 650 words.
- Guideposts for Kids website removed, publication closed. Read editorial farewell.
- New Pro Markets Added: Our Little Friend/Primary Treasure – OLF is for ages 1 to 5; PT is for ages 7 to 9. Spiritually oriented magazines given each week to the children who attend Sabbath School at a Seventh–day Adventist Church. Pays $25–50.
- KidTime – website defunct. Magazine presumed folded.
New Pro Markets Added:
- Brio/Brio and Beyond – monthly Christian magazine for teen girls 12 to 15 and for older teen/YA girls 16 to 20. Pays $.08–$.15/word.
- Dramatics – educational theater magazine for high school theater students and teachers. Pays $25–$400.
- Iguana – Spanish–language magazine for children 7 to 12. Pays $.05/word.
- New Pro Market Added: Aquila – monthly magazine aimed at bright children ages 8 to 13.
- On the Line is ceasing publication with the Aug. 2006 issue and is no longer accepting submissions.
New Pro Markets Added:
- Know – science magazine for children 6 to 9. Pays $.20/word (CAN).
- My Friend – Catholic magazine for children 7 to 12. Pays $70–150.
- New Pro Market Added: Pockets
- Adjusted submission addresses for Cricket Magazine Group publications (Cricket, Cicada, Spider, Ladybug, and Babybug). Still the Peru, IL address, but all ms now directed to Carus Publishing: Submissions Editor, Carus Publishing, 315 Fifth Street, Peru, IL 61354.
- Children’s Digest target age modified from "pre–teen" to 10–12.
- The Cricket Magazine Group (Cricket, Cicada, Spider, Ladybug, and Babybug) is moving from its Peru, IL base to Chicago. Many of the senior editorial staff have decided not to re–locate. (Source: The Purple Crayon "Who’s Moving Where" Dec. 2005.) New submission address and editorial information will be added as I discover it.
- Footsteps has ceased publication.
- New Pro Market Added: Parabola