My 5 year old granddaughter has had a run of bad luck, a call followed by a cold, so I picked up a copy of Peter Rabbit magazine to cheer her up. We don't tend to buy comics these days, because of the gimmicky plastic toys attached to tempt the children. I do believe it's rather a contradictory idea when we try to tell them plastic is bad for the planet. However, without being able to find a price on the cover, I could easily tell that this was not going to be tuppence ha'penny, but I was so impressed by the content that I bought it and my granddaughter was thrilled to bits with it when it arrived. The game (with plastic models) seemed to be much better than anything "free" with other comics as well. It still doesn't reinforce the plastics are bad for nature, message for children, does it?