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Disney Princess My Magical Secret Book

I hope you noticed the new shiny badge over there on the right? I’ve been recruited by KD UK (formerly InspirationWorks). They make electronic learning toys based on popular children’s characters, think Peppa Pig, Fireman Sam, Disney Princess, In the Night Garden, as well as a few of their own brand lines.

My nearly 3 year old has a healthy obsession with Disney Princesses so was pretty happy to be sent the Disney Princess My Magical Secret Book to review.

my-magical-secret-bookIt’s very pink and pretty and my daughter has been carrying it everywhere she goes for the last couple of weeks. I keep finding her curled up on the sofa with it!

Disney Princess My Magical Secret Book

The Disney Princess My Magical Secret Book is a little like the secret diary you had as a child. You use a secret key to open the lock. Inside is a little book of activities and games featuring your favourite Princesses. You can learn about writing, counting, colouring and much more. There’s also a Magic Pen to write with, the magic is that overnight the ink disappears so you can play again!

There are so many sweet features with the My Magical Secret Book:

You can remove the Heart from the front cover, press a button and find out which Princess you are today.

Move the decorations in front of your Magic Book to personalise it.

Then use these decorations to hang on the ribbon and make your own bracelet.

There’s also a Magic lamp at the bottom of the Heart which reveals the correct answers in the activities book.

Disney Princess My Magical Secret BookIt gets a big thumbs up from us for being fun but educational too.

Disney Princess My Magical Secret Book

The Disney Princess My Magical Secret Book costs round £19.99 and is available from Boots, John Lewis and ELC and other toy retailers.


  • Reply
    Michelle Elyse
    November 15, 2014 at 8:25 pm

    This is so sweet, as a child I’d have loved this as I adored anything secretive. I have three sons though but I’d imagine they’d have loved a boy equivalent if it was available. x

    Hugs, Michelle x

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    Lilinha Espindula
    November 15, 2014 at 8:45 pm

    Seems to be such a lovely book. I love the fact it is educational too! 🙂 x

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    Emma T
    November 16, 2014 at 9:01 pm

    N would love a secret book like this (maybe not pink) – he’s obsessed with journals after seeing Peter Rabbit have one.

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    terri brown
    November 16, 2014 at 9:06 pm

    Congratulations on the new role – wow.
    The diary looks ace and sounds like it was a big hit with your little girl

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    November 16, 2014 at 9:11 pm

    I think I would actually like one of these (for me, not the kids lol). It looks awesome and I wish they’d had more things like this around when I was younger!

    Louise x

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