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Although Mia’s very happy with her pack, I do think the contents could have been a little on the larger size as everything is very small. The price is great though, and I think that the amazing laser light means it’s a fantastic stocking filler and present for any little girl.
The fun faces and the bright, colourful bodywork. These toys looks appealing even if – like Charlie – you haven’t seen the movie. And it’d be fun to collect the full range.
They’re about the same size as the Matchbox cars I used to play with as a boy (called ‘Matchbox’ for obvious reasons) which also means they’re highly portable.
The fabulous fairy purse means that once the box is opened, all the items can be safely stored until the next time they’re required (say, Boxing Day). It also helps ensure that shimmer dust (glitter) doesn’t end up all over the carpet or gets eaten by your baby brother. But the contents of this pack provide enough sparkle for the fairy of the family to feel special.
The Disney Princess Role Play Tent is pretty and girlie, but at £29.99 I thought it was rather an expensive purchase for something that my daughter only ended up having a passing interest in, and which was so easy to damage. I was very disappointed in the fabric material and found the assembly awkward and frustrating.
Even if you haven’t watched the Handy Manny show on TV, I think the Handy Manny soft tool box is a great unisex toy. It’s well made, and will help children learn the names and functions of different tools, and it’s also small enough for little ones to pick up and carry around with them. Although I will say I’m glad the tools are soft – as BG keeps trying to hit me with the hammer!