Moshi Monster Magazine Reviews
Description:Publisher: MindCandy / A magazine based around Moshi Monsters.
Newest Review: ... a piece of paper with codes on to use on the website. On the website, you have your own moshling creature and you design your ... more
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Customer Moshi Monster Magazine Reviews (3)
by - written on 21/04/13 (Very useful, 87 readings)
My sons have had a bit of an obsession with the playground craze, Moshi Monsters. We have been collecting the figures, and it was inevitable that my sons would notice this magazine on the shelves as we did our weekly shop seems though the magazines are located just inside the door at child eye height. When it comes to magazines, I don't mind buying my children them as long as there is something within the magazine that feels that it is worth the cover cost. Usually my kids head for the one with the biggest gaudiest plastic toy at a cost of around a fiver, which gets a firm no. However, this one at £2.99, though initially looking a bit overpriced on a quick ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/13 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Moshi Monster Magazine My little one absolutely loves Moshi Monsters, a craze that began online and has now grown immensely world wide, with Moshi clothing, accessories, merchandise, toys and so much more. Now I do not profess to know everything about Moshi Monsters, though my little one certainly thinks she does! She is obsessed with the unusual looking little creatures! Although I thought that maybe she was too young for the magazine, she was desperate to have it. She has a star chart when she does things like tidying her room, so when she reached a certain amount, I let her choose her own magazine and surprise, surprise, she chose the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/12 (Very useful, 188 readings)
Moshi Monsters is a craze that is sweeping most primary schools, sweeping so much that they have released their own magazine, Moshi Monsters Magazine. The fact that my sister is both obsessed with Moshi Monsters and reading has led to them being left in the car, so anytime I'm waiting in it I tend to always end up flicking through it absent mindedly. I'd say the magazine is suitable for any Moshi fan and also for those aged 3 and up. It costs around £3 but has the option to be subscribed to, but it is definitely worth this as it encourages kids to read but also keeps them occupied for a while. It can be found in most newsagents and supermarkets to and is ... Read the complete review
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