Celebrate the world of Harry Potter with this book of 8 stickers. Then, let your imagination spin back in time with this collectable Time-Turner - featuring rotating inner rings and a functional sandtimer - inspired by the Time-Turner used by hermione granger in the popular movie Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
After seeing the movie and being quite taken with the idea of a little magical device that allows one to bounce back in time, it was quite neat to see this kit come out. Alas, one can't use it to actually nip back and catch a couple of hours nap and still make to that appointment in 10 minutes time... mores the pity.
The stickers are, as usual, scenes from the movie, and the Time-Turner was very close to the one in the movie. However, as much as I would have loved to have given it to my son to play with, a rather sloppy courier caused it some damage and the repairs are, at best, delicate... so it now hangs safely on the 'display wall' out of reach until I can get my hands on some suitable glue. (Why is there never a tube of superglue on hand when you need one?!)
Overall, a neat little kit, just like the Golden Snitch kit, and kids will love it!
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They are ratty and tatty, a little bit mouldy and a little bit smelly! There are holes in the soles and... look, is that Grandpa's toe? It is time for a new pair of slippers, but Grandpa can't let his old ones go.
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