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Description This text is a stylish journal based on the series about the irresistibly capricious Judy Moody. The book is full of fun illustrations lists quotes and questionnaires based on the books. more

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“A password journal”

published 22/11/2014

Lovely if it works

Useless voice recognition function

...Girl Tech Password Journal was another present my daughter asked for a few years ago. It can be purchased from most major toy stores and Argos. This is the older version and was priced at around £20. The newer version costs the same but in a different colour with better functions. Product dimensions are H25.4 x W5.08 x L30.4cm. Boxed-product weight is 3kg. It is suitable for ages 6 years...

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Excellent

Pages of fun activities, cute characters

None

...My daughter wanted to spend some of her Christmas money so we went to The Works to see what she could buy. We came across this colourful book that was placed near the entrance and as usual it was selling cheap. RRP was £6.99 and The Works was selling it for £1! This is a little secret journal notebook with 94 pages and measures 19.7 x 15.5 x 1 cm. The size is good as it is not too bulky...

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Super

“private journal”

published 01/12/2008

some good features

intruder alert is a bit pointless

...I bought this journal for my younger sister last week for £19.29 at Argos. What does the promo say? Intruder alert!" Girls, now you can keep all your thoughts and dreams private and secure. Password Journal® from Girl Tech® Toys keeps your secrets super safe and super fun. The voice recognition seems to work well. As it normally recognises the password on either the 1st or 2nd attempt. I...

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