Scooby Doo magazine is for kids aged 4 – 9 and is packed with stories, puzzles and competitions to keep the Scooby Doo fan happy for hours! Join Scooby Doo and his friends on their adventures as they solve mysteries and unmask the villains posing as ghosts and ghouls to scare people. With a fun free gift, Scooby Doo never disappoints. Discover the answer to every mystery, with Scooby Doo, Shaggy, and the rest, in Scooby Doo magazine.
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The spooky adventures of the famous crime-fighting dog and his friends, plus games and competitions for children aged 4-9. Scooby Doo is an old favourite that still keeps it's appeal for the youngsters of today.
Scooby dooby doo! Where are you? The slobbery dog guards our dreams as kids. Ghosts in the wardrobe? Thieves on the loose? Scooby Doo taught us there is nothing to fear. With an enquiring mind, a can do attitude, and lots of bravery (unless you’re Shaggy), you can uncover the answer to even the most complex of conundrums. There’s plenty to learn from Scooby Doo even today – the favourite of our childhood is back and just as loved by our kids as he was back then by us.
Grab your Scooby snacks and settle down with this great kids’ mag, which is guaranteed to keep them busy for hours as they follow the wacky adventures of Scooby and the gang.
Here’s some Scooby Doo facts: Scooby Doo was first created as an alternative to the cartoon violence prevalent in children’s animations in the late 60s, but was originally rejected because it was ‘too spooky’ for kids!
Scooby Doo the dog is a Great Dane, but not a very good one: his legs are too bowed, his back too slopey, and he has a double chin! Poor Scooby wouldn’t win any prizes at Krufts.
Buy a single copy and get stuck in to a good mystery with Scooby Doo magazine, or subscribe and make sure your kids will never miss out.