(referred as simply Highlights) is an American children's magazine. It began publication in June 1946, started by Garry Cleveland Myers and his wife Caroline Clark Myers in Honesdale, Pennsylvania (the present location of its editorial office). They both worked for another children's magazine, Children's Activities, for 12 years before leaving to start Highlights. The company is presently based in Columbus, Ohio, and owns book publishers Zaner-Bloser and Boyds Mills Press. Highlights has surpassed a billion copies in print.
Hidden Pictures first appeared in the June 1946 issue of Highlights and have appeared on page 14 in every issue since. Children find the smaller hidden pictures within the larger picture.
Featured on the back cover, "What's Wrong?" is a large drawing of a typical scene of children playing, but unusual objects take the place of normal things throughout the picture. The page instructs the reader to find the various objects that are wrong.
"Your Own Pages" is a feature that has drawings, poems, and stories from kids that are sent to Highlights. They are shown in every issue that is made.