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on 31 March 2017
Really good for the whole family, children loved it and we actually thought it was rather fab and was very much involved when this came out
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on 8 February 2014
My 6yo son loves this. He had a mixed up people book as a toddler (similar to the misfit games you can get), and had asked for another one. However this is much more suitable for a 6yo and so much fun. There are 4 strips on each 'page' and plenty of pages to keep little imaginations and sense of humours happy! Two months after he received it, I am still finding he has been reading it when he wakes up in the morning. We have had no end of giggles the stories created: Cinderella up the beanstalk being chased by the three bears before being turned into something - or thereabouts! This should get much higher acclaim than it does - i stumbled across it completely by accident! The only slight negative would be that the strips inside are quite long and the pages are spiral bound so I am just waiting for the day when one gets accidentally ripped.
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on 3 June 2017
This is an excellent resource for small group work. Especially for year 3 children! Also good for creating stories with my grandchildren. Love it!
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on 23 February 2015
Bought as a present after reading the reviews. Thought it might be too young for a 6 years old girl and I feel that she would enjoy it more if she was much younger. Lovely book with amusing stories but perhaps for a younger child or a late reader. You can make up your own stories with lines from other stories. Lovely idea for someone just started to read perhaps.
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on 21 March 2017
Invaluable library book for little uns.
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on 16 May 2017
Clever idea. Funny stories can be made. Fun trying to find the pages that make the correct story sequence.
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on 21 July 2013
We have had so much fun with this book, it cost under a fiver, I don't know of anything at that price would entertain children of all ages. With its split page book, you can mix & match as much as you like, it's funny hearing Cinderella eating porridge at the bears house. It also encourages them to read & think of things for themselves. I gave it 5 stars, for the reasons mentioned & the fact delivery was swift.
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on 19 February 2017
Love this book and such a great book for kids. Bought this has a present and really glad I did. I remembered how much my daughter loved this book. Highly recommend.
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on 26 April 2012
This is a wonderful creative book for children to assist in their imagination.

I bought this for my niece when she was just two and half, she enjoyed turning the sections over, but it didn't mean a lot to her, she just enjoyed the pictures. However it was the first book to always be chosen at story time. Now at four, she joins in with the pictures she recognises, and giggles at the prospect that someone might get eaten by an apple, or that a pumpkin can turn into a handsome prince.

It is fun for the whole family when there is a little one there, not only does it make entertaining fun to hear the short descriptions, but watching the child's reactions is great fun.

My neice doesn't know all the fairy tales yet that it relates to, but loves it all the same. I am sure that even with the knowledge of how they should be told, this will just add a further layer for her fun and imagination.
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on 24 February 2013
Great book when looking a variety of fairytales. The book is like a flip book, broken up into 3 parts. You move the flaps to change the story. So Jack could be going to see grandma and end up cooking a wolf, maybe not the best example but you get the idea. It mixes up all the fairy tales but does it smoothly so they become new ideas with familiar characters.
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