K. Z. Sobol

Top Reviewer Ranking: 594
Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (806 of 918)
Location: Bristol, UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 594 - Total Helpful Votes: 806 of 918
Melissa & Doug Create-A-Craft Car and Train Bundle by Melissa & Doug
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This is a really gorgeous craft kit which is great for girls or boys to make and keep or make and give to a loved one as a present.
As most creative kits in the high street seem to be aimed at girls or have a high amount of glitter involved - this is a nice break from that and is fun for any child to make, without getting quite as technical as the model building kits which maybe need a little more skill or supervision.

This set is perfect for a 6 or 7 year old to complete on their own with minimal assistance (if any) to complete and although they might not get quite the perfect painted finish shown on the train and car on the front of the box, they can achieve something that… Read more
LeapFrog Learn and Groove Musical Table by LeapFrog
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This is a great addition to our toy cupboard and

1. It's a good size, without taking over the whole room - it has been designed to work well in the home and not only in large halls/groups, although it would work well in a baby and toddler group too.
2. It is a brightly coloured and there are lots of different features to capture the attention of children.
3. It is easy to change from the words section to the music section - just flipping over the book page in the middle of the table.
4. There are 2 volume levels - so that you can adjust to suit the situation - loud or quieter
5. You have the opportunity to explore all of the words used in both… Read more
Fisher-Price Little People City Skyway Toy by Fisher-Price
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This is Fisher-Price at it's best. The good old-fashioned quality that I remember from my childhood, indeed the Fisher Price products from the seventies and early eighties were so well made, that they are still regularly being pulled out of grandparents' cupboards for their grandchildren to play with and whilst dated, they are still just as much fun as when they were first produced. Sadly all toys seemed to become cheaper and more disposable from the late eighties onwards.

This car helter-skelter is Fisher Price returning to this ethos - build it well and make it good simple fun. I don't mind that it took 25 minutes to put it together (and an additional 5 minutes to locate the… Read more

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