Magical World Journals recently sent us a Dragons The Journal to try out. I’m not sure what I was expecting, but this is a substantial journal.
My youngest’s eyes popped out of his head when he saw it, and the possibilities of filling it with his own drawings meant he was keen to have it, and NOW.
He’s treating it like it’s a precious secret book and planning how he’s going to fill it up. I expected him to simply start drawing and writing, but he seems to want to use it as a keepsake for the future, so no scribbling allowed.
There are 128 pages, each with a border or small illustration that follows the escape of the dragon and its rampage through a castle. It’s a bit like a story within a drawing book, and one my boy is keen to make use of.
There is a dragons eye and claw which rises from the journal, from a 3D wall cover and the tail comes out of the back.
The inspiration behind the 4 journals is to inspire kids to use their creativity and imagination by creating their own stories, drawings, poems and secrets in a lovely magical way.
I’m really pleased with this, and I think it would make for a great birthday or Christmas present for any child.
I’ve bookmarked it to order one for my nephews birthday later this year. He’s one of those kids who has everything, and it’s going to be nice to have something unusually simple and fun to give to him.
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This is very unusual! I would not have it for myself, but Beanie (3 1/2, loves scary stuff) would love it I think. Mel