Family Circle - Magazine Reviews
Description:A magazine which covers all topics, for all the family.
Newest Review: ... not wait to get home and read that magazine. I put my grocery's in my car and got on my way. I arrived home and put away my ... more
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Pages: 144, Hardcover, Sixth and Spring Books
Last Update 07.12.2013 14:41
Customer Family Circle - Magazine Reviews (3)
by - written on 07/08/10 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I recently discovered this magazine while standing in line waiting to pay. I noticed it due to the very delectable deserts that were on the cover. I thought they looked amazing and was very excited to buy the magazine and get it home and try to make my own versions of these deserts. I put the magazine in my basket and got back in line. I could not wait to get home and read that magazine. I put my grocery's in my car and got on my way. I arrived home and put away my grocery's and sat down at my kitchen table and started to read my magazine. I flipped through the pages looking to see if this was gonna be a worth the money mag or a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/03, updated on 10/01/03 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Despite not have the requisite family or, for that matter, circle, I’ve been a reader of this magazine ever since I was a little girl and used to pinch it from the collection in my mother’s bedroom, sitting on her bed having my hair dried. I read the same issue week after week for ages, never tiring of it. Times changed, I had my hair cut short and stopped reading this magazine, but re-discovered it a decade or so later when I started uni and began to take annoyingly long train trips. It’s called “Family Circle” but in my mind that “Family” could be replaced with “Mothers’”. I don’t mean this in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/01, updated on 17/07/01 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Whilst waiting at the supermarket checkout recently, I glanced at the magazines. Placed selectively to attract attention, of course. The usual home, tv and food magazines, didn't attract me but surprisingly I was attracted to Family Circle. "By what", I hear you say. Firstly - the price - ONLY £1.60, what can you buy for that these days. Secondly - the Front Cover - Numerous items, all sounding interesting. Thirdly - I was moving up the queue and had to make a decision. SO I BOUGHT IT. I READ IT LITERALLY COVER TO COVER OVER A PERIOD OF A WEEK. I picked it up and put it down on numerous ... Read the complete review
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