9/12/2016

Miles Kelly Convertible Playbook - Review & Competition



I've been a bookworm for as long as I can remember. Noah enjoys his books too, perhaps not as much as I did but he still gets so much joy from them. For these reasons I love working with publishers and a favourite of mine has got to be Miles Kelly. Not only do they produce the most fantastic books but their PR team are fabulous too, it's always a pleasure to work with them. 


Miles Kelly recently brought out a new range of convertible playbooks and I was sent one of each to try out. The convertible playbooks are storybooks for children from 3 years old and onward. These are more than just a book because they easy folds into buildings and contain little pop out characters too. There are so many ways that children can enjoy these playbooks. 



As you can see by the photo's above the playbooks are regular books and contain a story but there are also instructions inside which are to help you with setting up the playbook and character aspect to it. I decided to review the farm playbook for the purpose of this review and I decided to set it up whilst Noah was napping and it was really straight forward and easy to do. 






Noah has thoroughly enjoyed the farm playbook and has had hours of fun with it. His favourite things to do is to create his own little stories, put all the animals inside the barn one by one and of course make all the animal noises. 


I think the convertible playbooks are such a great idea, they add a new dynamic to story telling and they are fantastic for imaginative play too.
 There are lots of details on the book and there are also a lot of different characters included too. I do have to add that the figures can fall down easily if your child is heavy handed like Noah is but he soon learnt that he needed to be a bit more gentle with them.

There are currently three convertible playbooks to choose from, a castle, farm and firehouse but I imagine more will be added to the range in the future as they are wonderful. They usually cost £14.99 but at the moment are on sale for just £11.00 each.


How would you like to win a copy? I have two to give away to two lucky winners! To enter all you need to do is use the Gleam form below! Good luck and don't forget to enter my other blog competitions!


Miles Kelly Convertible Playbook

Terms & Conditions.                                                                                                 
1. There will be 2 winners who will win 1 book each.
2. Prize supplied directly from the PR. 
3. Competition ends 16/10/16
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified. 
5. UK entries only.

102 comments:

  1. Building site with diggers and cranes my son would love it

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  2. The Harbour - and it would have yachts, boats, ships, seagulls etc!

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  3. I would invest a playbook at the zoo, it would be such fun with all the animals and birds, the lions enclosure, the penguins, monkeys etc. Children would love it.

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  4. I would invent one about going to the vet. :)

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  5. it would probably be an african nature reserve with elephants and giraffes

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  6. my son loves power rangers and i think he would love it to change into a megazord

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  7. Disney stories books- for example Cinderella would have the pumpkin carriage and the palace to play with.

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  8. I would create a convertible play book of dinosaurs, at the circus!

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  9. A garage, as my son is mad on car's!

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  10. The Jungle with plenty of animals

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  11. The Jungle with plenty of animals

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  13. We would invent one about a safari xx

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  15. Thank you for the review, I'm the illustrator and this is music to my ears. Thanks

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  16. The moon with a rocket and astronauts and aliens

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  17. My son loves Pokemon just now so maybe something related to that

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  18. A pirate ship

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  20. oo something to do with space, other planets stars ! my daughter would adore that !

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  21. the solar system, something to get my daughter interested in

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  22. I would have to say a hairdressers, as my granddaughter is getting more into her barbies and styling their hair.

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  23. I'd make mine a sports stadium - whether it be for the Olympics, Football, Rugby or even tennis and get the children to interact between the sports people learning their games and how they all play them.

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  24. The circus I think would be a good one

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  25. How fab! My girls love playing schools so a school would be Brilliant!

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  26. a day in the life of an ant from a ants eye view

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  27. I love the stables with horses. what a great idea

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  28. Space with lts of coloured planets and stars

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  29. i have one about animals and how the feel to touch

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  30. I would do a train station with a bus stop. My daughter would love that.

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  31. I'd love a zoo version with lots of animals to care for

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  32. How to care for your pets properly/animals in general

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  33. A topic like space would be fun

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  34. a holiday one with a beach, and sandcastle and kites

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  35. I think it would be :- The Health Centre. As we do need to look after our Health. It would introduce children to the idea of visiting the Health Centre, being taken by a Responsible Adult (Parent, Carer etc). Waiting patiently in the waiting area, toys and books available to pass the time (Mum might have packed some refreshments for the wait, may have some of the child's own toys etc). Meeting Doctor, Health Visitor etc. Some of Doctors equipment e.g. stethoscope and what it is used for etc.

    Books, and interactive toys which help prepare for new enviroments, situations etc can help to make it easier for the child to be involved and relaxed :- As knows what to expect, and that they are safe and secure (Responsible Adult etc).


    Rachel Craig

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  36. Under the sea

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  37. An airport if there isn't one already.

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  38. A recycling center for my bin lorry obsessed little boy.

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  39. A school would be good, especially for younger ones who haven't started there yet

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  40. A school, my husband is a teacher so would fit in well at home :) @kleesical

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  41. something to do with space, my daughter is fascinated by the moon etc

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  42. A space themed playbook with astronauts and a space shuttle.

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  43. I was pony mad when I was young, so a riding school.

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  44. I would do one about Aliens I reckon it would be great and also really colourful

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  45. I would think I would design a submarine playbook, where you can explore the depths of the worlds oceans.

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  46. Life on the river with all natural wild life birds, fish, trees etc

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  47. I would make one about the circus

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  48. A zoo playbook would be my choice

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  49. I would do an under the sea playbook, with fish, and mermaids, and lots of little sea creatures.

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  50. One to do with Rockets and space as my boy loves that sort or thing! Oh and maybe bin lorries...he loves waving and chatting to the guys on bin day! :)

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  51. A palace with lots of princesses

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  52. Pauline Burroughs15 October 2016 at 09:30

    A palace with all of the Disney princesses. My granddaughter would love it x

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  53. Mine would be a castle with knights.

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  54. A jungle one would be very nice xxx

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  55. Mine would be about insects :)

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  56. A dinosaur playbook would be fun

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  57. My daughter loves fairies and fairy castles so I would love to create a playbook with a fairy garden and fairy castle.

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  58. I would invent a space station :) think that would be fun!

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  59. I would invent a book all about butterflies

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  60. I'd have a space book with rockets and meteors and planets etc.

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  61. A castle, with lots of magical characters. Thanks for this lovely giveaway.

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  62. A fairy land theme with fairies, and pixies and a toadstool ring.

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  63. about going to the dentist and cleaning your teeth

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  64. my niece loves fairies and fairy castles so I would love to create a playbook with a fairy garden and fairy castle.

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  65. About a farm would fascinate my granddaughter

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