Bob the Builder Magazine Reviews
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Customer Bob the Builder Magazine Reviews (9)
by - written on 13/09/02, updated on 13/09/02
Well, the older kids have their magazines coming through the letterbox; Mum and Dad get the paper and junk mail. But what is there for the four year old? Well, once a month a huge and beaming smile crosses his face first thing in the morning as he bounds downstairs to find the monthly Bob The Builder magazine from BBC Publishing on the doormat. For the sake of the review, I will assume that you have a basic knowledge of Bob, a cartoon builder, and his happy band of helpers (the talking digger, cement mixer and more!). If not, they were number one a couple of Christmases back! So, what does the little one get for the £1.40 I have lavished on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/01, updated on 11/04/01 (Very useful, 203 readings)
Remember last Christmas, when Bob the Builder had that wonderful <cough splutter> single out? Well, at least he kept Westlife off the top spot for once, and for that huge service to the British public, he will forever remain a hero. However, my daughter (almost five) wasn’t impressed with Bob singing and dancing – oh no, Bob the Builder builds. Yes, he is allowed to have a TV programme and a magazine, but not a pop career. Ho hum. At least it saved us having to buy the CD! My daughter enjoys Bob the Builder magazine and for £1.35, it is good value too. Published by BBC Children’s Magazines, you know it is going to be impressive and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I bought the current Bob the Builder magazine for my son Ryan recently. He sifts through every magazine available and it normally comes down to one of two things; best toy or most stickers. He loves Bob anyway and the fact that this one had a tape measure as the free gift swung it. Price £1.99, pretty average in this genre, a small price to pay though for a good few hours fun. Free Gift The measuring tape is a big hit, 2 weeks later he is still measuring the length of Dad`s nose and Dad`s arm (Dad`s nose is 23, 25 by the way and his arm is 21,24!) Content All of the usual characters are included at some point in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/00, updated on 18/11/00 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Last week my son aged 4 was feeling very fed up as he wasn't well and couldn't go to school. I phoned my husband at work and asked him to bring home a magazine to cheer Christopher up. He came home with "Bob the Builder", and although Christopher wasn't in the mood to do any of the colouring or activities then, he soon started smiling when he saw the free gifts. This month you get four cardboard masks, of Bob, Wendy, Pilchard and Spud. All you have to do is press them out from the cardboard surround then stick a straw or lolly stick on the bottom for your child to hold. My two had lots of fun pretending to be the characters! There ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/00, updated on 05/10/00 (Very useful, 46 readings)
We buy this magazine on a regular baisis for my son who is aged 2 years.He loves to watch it on the television and when he saw the mag in the shop he refused to leave without it. To be honest I was reluctant to buy it at first as I thought it was a little expensive at £1.25 but on reading it I was supprised at how much there was to intrest a little person so I got it him. There are a few stories that are good to read together and because there are pictures to go with the story you can go through it all together. Then there is the fun pages where the children can do colourings etc. It really is good for children and i think they will learn alot from it. ... Read the complete review
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