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If you're a long time reader, you know what a Woot-Off means. It's time for our semi-regular recap! Last time was about a month ago, and we'd like to think you've read every word since.
But, just in case, let's cover some of the high points, okay?
Jake's been pretty busy this month, starting with a song. He's also been feeling rather creative, drawing an imaginary map of a world where he's more important than his older sister, and telling a story where he's wiser than his younger sister.
But she does have her dad's taste in music, which is something Uncle Alex found out the hard way when he tried to teach her about dubstep. Don't feel so bad for the guy, though, he had his moment in the sun when he made fun of his buddy Ricky earlier that week.
Of course, you'd know all this and more if you were reading along, right? You'd know about Gavin's guardian angel and Jessica's nightmare and even Olivia's Halloween ghost story experience. Our advice is that you should consider this your jumping-on point, and catch up now so you're ahead of us next time.
Recommended Ages: 5+
Kids will be transported to the Middle Ages with the vividly realistic Schleich Knight's Castle. Designed for children five years and older, the model castle with two mighty towers has a weathered stone appearance, and its working drawbridge features metal chains and detailed paneling. With durable plastic pieces that can be rearranged for a custom design, this castle will provide kids with hours of imaginative play.
Shipping Note: Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii is not available for this item
Warranty: 90 Day Woot Limited Warranty
|Dimensions:||34"L x 18"W x 16.5"D (varies based on setup)|
|Recommended Age Range:||5+ years|
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Schleich Knight's Castle - 40191 includes:
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