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Handy Book Mark - Hand Signals
Gifts & Gadgets
These bookmarks are great quality - they have been made from stiff coated metal but are flexible enough to bend and not rip your book pages. Really unusual and original gift for my book-loving mom!
Fred & Friends Fred Freakeys Key Covers - 6 Pack
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These are brilliant! They're made of soft rubber, so the arms on the monsters flap about like crazy :-) Great joke gift for my locksmith brother!
Bench Women's Foundation Track Pant (Bungee)
I am a size 8-10 and the Small fits perfectly. The material is really soft and snuggly warm! There is the Bench logo on the back of the waistband in white, which you can't see from pic here. I'm 5'4' and they're about 2 inches too long (but still fine to wear). Such a bargain for the price.
Hip Hop Workout
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I love this! It gives you a good workout and teaches you the basics of hip hop dance. It is easy to follow - the choreographer repeats the steps over and over until you're ready to put it together into a sequence. Great for non-dancers and a good price as well.
Pineapple Studios: Dance Masterclass - Funk Fusion
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I bought this more for a work out than to learn 'funk' dancing. It's really hard going! This would suit someone who has a really good grounding of street dance already, otherwise it's hard to keep up. It's very fast paced and high energy. I'll be sticking to yoga I think! Good price if you're going to watch it more than once ;-)
Home & Garden
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I bought mine over a year ago and they're still glowing strong! I hadn't had any problems with leaks and never had to change batteries. Also great for night lights. I stick them to the tiles in the bathroom to light the way at night. A bargain at £5. I will be buying more!
Radio 1 Live Lounge 2 (2CD)
Various - CD
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I bought this as pressie after buying the first album for myself. It has a great varierty of tracks and it's a real bargain from Play! i would recommend buying the frist album first.
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I bought this after seeing the film on TV. It doesnt diaspoint. I like how you get the flashbacks into his childhood (bunking school, bullies etc). Gives a good insight into the live of social workers/youth workers and the jealously of the family. Loved it.
Please, Daddy, No
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I took this on holiday with me and ended up crying on the beach! It's a shocking and brutal account of his story growing up. Another bad example of how the authorities didnt pick up on this abuse. A good read but upsetting. Good price from play.
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I couldn't bear to put this book down until i'd finished. What an amazing journey Christopher has been on and he tells his story with complete openness to the reader. At times it made me feel nauseaus then deeply upset, then happy. It outlines that we should be concerned that abuse like this still happens around us. A compelling read and a bargain at £5.