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Good as always, but better for (tom)boys than girls
on 15 February 2010
I have yet to find a book in this series which is less than excellent - the activities are interesting, the format is beautiful and the instructions are straightforward. However, this is very much a book for (tom)boys, and there isn't too much to appeal to 'girly' girls (in which case, you should look at the excellent Princess titles). One of two items (such as the cardboard helmet, which admittedly I haven't tried) did seem to be rather difficult and would require a lot of adult supervision.