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Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (22 of 28)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 691,742 - Total Helpful Votes: 22 of 28
Wooden Handled Children's Skipping Rope by Party Bags 2 Go
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Straight in the bin!, 1 Dec 2012
The quality is not just cheap but dangerously poor. The worst i've ever seen. The handles had chunks missing but worst of all were the dribbled coats of stinking varnish that smelled so strongly toxic i wouldn't dare let a child touch them. At first I tried scrubbing the handles to reduce the smell which made no difference and then I couldn't wash the smell from my hands afterwards. I do wonder if they meet children's toy regulations in this country..? One to avoid i'm afraid...
The Calling Card Script: A Writer's Toolbox for Sc&hellip by Paul Ashton
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An absolute gem!, 23 Aug 2011
There are few books so insightful and inspiring! I just wish I'd discovered this before having to trudge through the dreary tomes of Hollywood books on screenwriting or the paltry few of either rather dated or disappointingly dilute UK books that I'd tried before finding this absolute gem!

This book is just leaps and bounds ahead of anything else that I have come across on the subject. Some books try to blind you with science by boiling the art of writing down to mind boggling diagrams, that seem clever at first but then you realise you haven't learned anything more than classification. Other books are either way too long (and subliminally discouraging), or too sleek and snappy… Read more
Jo Frost's Confident Baby Care: What you need to k&hellip by Jo Frost
16 of 21 people found the following review helpful
I love Supernanny but was very disappointed by this book. It's very badly written in that it seems to have been written with absolutely no systematic pre-thought or careful planning. It is far too brief and sometimes dangerously vague on certain important issues, whereas relatively secondary issues have huge waffly chapters devoted to them. It feels badly weighted and didn't give me the information I had hoped from watching the programmes. Perhaps she doesn't like giving too many of her secrets away in print? I certainly don't think this does justice to Supernanny's hands-on brillance. Perhaps it's just that her talent is not in writing such books. I trusted the Supernanny brand but feel… Read more