In The Night Garden Magazine Reviews
Product Type: BBC magazines & newspapers
Description:Magazine / Newspaper / Receive a new issue every three weeks. BBC Magazine.
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Customer In The Night Garden Magazine Reviews (5)
by - written on 30/10/08 (Very useful, 284 readings)
I took my 16 month old granddaughter shopping to Sainsbury's at the weekend and she was such a good little girl that I decided to treat her to a comic, when I saw an In The Night Garden comic from the BBC I popped it into the trolley for when we got home. My granddaughter loves Iggle Piggle, Upsy Daisy and the rest of them so I was quite pleased to have bought her something she'd enjoy, and getting a comic as a child is always so exciting! I was not so pleased when I got the comic home and opened the colourful plastic wrapper to get to the comic and free gifts. The comic at first glance is very thin and this edition has a quite dark cover, this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/08 (Very useful, 108 readings)
After seeing in the night garden on the television, my daughter was fascinated with the show for a while. I was over the moon when I saw the magazine at our local shops it cost under £2.00 and it had stickers inside aswell as a free gift. My daughter very much enjoyed doing the stickers and putting them on the themed pages, she also enjoyed colouring in her favourite characters. This is a fortnightly magazine and I purchased it for my Daughter for about 2 months before I stopped. The main reason why I stopped purchasing was due to the gifts, I know that they are free but I started to feel that I was wasting my money, as my daughter would just toss them to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
When taking my son on an aeroplane for the first time I wanted something in the airport to hopefully keep him quiet on the plane. This magazine caught my eye as he is mad on in the night garden. It also had some inflatable tombliboo blocks with it so I thought they would make quite a good toy while we were away. The magazine costs about £2 which is on a par with all the other children's publications. It has 25 pages of activities, colouring and stories with lots of bright pictures to keep children entertained. It's obviously aimed at older children than my son but he still loved pointing at the characters and colouring in the images. It did the job and kept ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/10 (Useful, 7 readings)
I bought this magazine for my daughter because a friend had it and when she saw it she lit up - she absolutely adores the programme. I think at 17 months my daughter was too young for it, as the first thing she did was try to eat the crayons that came as a free gift. However, she loves stickers and there were certainly plenty of them in the magazine! There was also a free Tombliboo poster. The main reason I bought it, though, was as well as free crayons, it came with a free inflatable ball with Iggle Piggle on it. This has proved to be fantastic, as I can deflate it to transport it in the pushchair if we're going to the park. In fact, several ... Read the complete review
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