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Disney Princess Styling Head - Ariel by Disney
5.0 out of 5 stars By N (age 8), 5 May 2014
I think it is very fun even though you have to hold it to brush the hair (as the base has no weight). It is very pretty and very good and very fun.
David Attenborough - Natural History Museum Alive by Amabel Adcock
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars No Gigantophis!, 14 April 2014
My children LOVED the programme so much that I pre-ordered this book. It is okay, but not great - I expected alot more. The book has some nice pictures taken from the programme, and some snippets of information, but it lacks detail and depth - I thought the children could use the book to find out more about the creatures shown on the programme, but the book says no more than watching the programme. The greatest crime though is that there is NO MENTION OF GIGANTOPHIS AT ALL! My son's favourite creature from the programme simply is not mentioned at all. Very little is said about his other favourite, Harpagornis. I started by giving this 3 stars, now I've given it 2, and as I think more about… Read more
Arabian Nights [DVD] [2007] <b>DVD</b> ~ Mili Avital &hellip
Arabian Nights [DVD] [2007] DVD ~ Mili Avital Alan Bates James Frain Tc&hellip
As this is a PG, I thought it would be suitable to watch with my children, 5 and 7, and I was looking forward to a family viewing. I had a quick flick through first, and found the opening scene involved a man strangling his wife to death. I found the scene both frightening and disturbing. Subsequent scenes show the man's descent into madness, which again I found disturbing. I don't think the children would understand these scenes, and just find them disturbing / nightmarish. Perhaps other parts of the movie are good, and family friendly, but I could not get over these scenes, so gave the movie away.