Disney Cars Magazine Information
- Country Of Origin:UNITED KINGDOM
- Current Issue:00
- Next Issue:Issue 02, due 21 September 2016
- Related Topics: Primary School Boys
- Issues per Year12
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Apart from the stories and activities, there are also many free goodies like posters, games and cards available with Cars magazine in the EU countries.
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The famous animation movie Cars by Pixar studios became a huge hit among kids and adults alike. It is a story about several cars that interact with each other in a humanlike way. Each has their own name, identity, personality and responsibilities. Followed by success of the movie, the magazine Cars (Disney The World of) was released in the UK. It is specially targeted towards kids in the age group three to nine.
The magazine has plethora of puzzles, riddles and fun questions to keep the kids interested for a long time. It is also filled with several cut out activities, posters of Cars characters and also a short comic. Characters like McMissile Finn are present in the comic and help the story come alive in front of the kids.
Apart from the stories and activities, there are also many free goodies like posters, games and cards available with Cars (Disney The World of) magazine in the EU countries. Although some of the puzzles are more fun for the younger kids, the activities and short story are good enough keep the older kids indulged. Also the attractive designing, clear and crisp prints and fun fonts all add to the kid’s enjoyment.
Cars (Disney The World of) magazine is available at the local magazine outlet, from the newsstand or it can also be ordered via online. The magazine is also available outside the EU countries without the free goodies. It is a monthly magazine meaning you can order for 12 copies in advance at a lesser price.
Lily - 14 July 2014
Didn't like the toy taped to front as it was difficult to remove without tearing. Otherwise fantastic.
connor - uk 28 March 2009