Finding Out: The modern magazine for young people everywhere was a British weekly educational magazine for children. Its readership was worldwide, but mainly in Britain and the Commonwealth. First published in 1962 by Purnell and Sons Ltd, for several years it was a competitor to Look and Learn. In 1967, the two publications amalgamated. Prior to the amalgamation, it appeared every week for 240 issues, the first 72 being numbered 1 to 72, and from then on volume 7 to 20, each volume having 12 issues. It initially sold for 1s 6d, eventually rising to 2s 6d. Readers could buy binders for each volume.