Sabrina the Teenage Witch Reviews
Description:Fortnightly collectable magazine for kids aged 6-10, based on the popular TV show.
Newest Review: ... incentives to make you subscribe direct. They offer a 10% saving on shop prices (good) but also a free cuddly Salem. After ... more
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Customer Sabrina the Teenage Witch Reviews (6)
by - written on 04/05/01, updated on 22/05/01 (Very useful, 282 readings)
I have a 7 year old daughter who like most young girls,likes to keep up with the lastest trends !! so when this new "Sabrina's Secrets" (The fab new series for girls from Sabrina The Teenage Witch) magazine came out it was a must on her shopping list (well mine!). There will be 16 issues in total and each issue will come with a free beauty or hair product that has it's own special place in the free beauty box. ~The first issue came with a free beauty box and a Silver Nail art pen. I expected the beauty box to be a cheap box that would break within a week..but it is very good, with a lift out tray and a fixed mirror on the lid. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/01, updated on 11/04/01 (Very useful, 107 readings)
My children love to watch Sabrina the Teenage Witch. I must confess that I sometimes sneak a peak! It is quite entertaining really. Well, have you seen the fortnightly collectable mag in the name of the so-called witch. It comes out fortnightly and comes with a 'free' gift each time which is saved up in the purple box, which came with issue 1. The items consist of nail pens, eye shadow, make-up brushes and glitter etc. Everything to keep a small girl occupied for hours. They are into this type of stuff at a very early age nowadays. The mag costs £2.50 which is not exactly cheap, but my daughter saves up her money she conns out of me ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/01, updated on 16/06/01 (Useful, 104 readings)
I think this magazine is great for the people it is aimed at (6-10 year old girls). It has puzzles, games, loads of tips and handy hints. To be quite honest, it's like any other magazine for young girls except it has American TV stars promoting it. One criticism i can make though is that i think it promotes using make-up, getting "glammed up", etc., and other things teenagers, not 10 year olds, tend to do a little too early. Apart from that, it's good - as good as any other magazine for girls that age. I would recommend it to parents to buy it for their daughters. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/02, updated on 16/08/02 (Somewhat useful, 114 readings)
'Sabrina' is a great magazine for young girls but beware of the incentives to make you subscribe direct. They offer a 10% saving on shop prices (good) but also a free cuddly Salem. After 10 months we're still waiting and the only response we get from the contact number is that they are 'waiting for them to come in'. Very disappointing for Sabrina fans! That apart, it's great fun - lots of glittery 'freebies', fun quizzes and buyers guides for fashion stuff from High Street shops. My 9 year old daughter loves it. ... Read the complete review
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