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Perhaps more one for the big kids...
on 27 January 2009
The Journal of Impossible things is a quirkier example of a Doctor Who 'toy,' such that I'm not even sure it qualifies as one. Bound in a very nice faux-leather/hessien cover with strap, the journal comprises an impressive SEVENTY-EIGHT pages with writing and/or illustrations. A great deal of the writing is legible and the picture shots are all lifted straight from Human Nature/The Family of Blood. On top of that are a futher 21 blank pages and a mini sonic-screwdriver with LED and biro tips. Being a book, it's only so durable, and it's as educational as one might want to be with the 21 blank pages. As a nicer collector's piece I think it would mean more to bigger kids, especially when you consider it's also the perfect size to tuck in a UK passport.