IT’S Toy GloJust 100 days un­til Santa vis­its!

Daily Star Sunday - - FRONT PAGE - ■ by ISOBEL DICKINSON





Uni­corns are big busi­ness these days, and the POOPSIE UNI­CORN SLIME SUR­PRISE £49.99

IT feels like only ★

yes­ter­day we were BBQing sausages in the sum­mer sun­shine.

But be­lieve it or not, to­day marks the start of the Christ­mas countdown – it’s 100 days un­til Santa vis­its.

To get you ahead and avoid dis­ap­point­ment, our man CHARLES

Boys af­ter some toys will love the lat­est in­car­na­tion of Nerf blasters. THE LASER OPS PRO AL­PHA POINT ac­cu­rate hits, tak­ing your tar­get­ing to the next level. £44.99

B FRIENDS are be­ing tipped to be the most-re­quested dolls this year. The four girls – Emily, Me­gan, Amelia and Mia – all boast beau­ti­ful locks for end­less hair play. £29.99

Fu­ture ty­coons will en­joy the BUSY ME ELEC­TRONIC CASH REGIS­TER. This great value gift has got a work­ing mi­cro­phone, cal­cu­la­tor and even a chip and pin reader for them to make pre­tend card pay­ments. £29.99 WADE-PALMER looks at the 10 must-have presents ex­perts at The En­ter­tainer are tip­ping will be top­ping our kids’ lists.

Lab-lovers with a pas­sion for sci­ence will put EXPERIMAKE EX­PLO­SIONS AND ERUPTIONS at the top of their list. Learn the sci­ence be­hind the erup­tion of a vol­cano then en­joy watch­ing your own ver­sion blow its top. £20 For gamers, it will be all about Nin­tendo Switch’s new­est, SU­PER

SMASH BROS UL­TI­MATE. The game fea­tures ev­ery fighter in the fran­chise to date as well as some new­com­ers. £54.99 UL­TI­MATE RES­CUE FIRE TRUCK bring­ing to life tots’ favourite TV show. £69.99

TROP­I­CAL storms have left at least eight peo­ple dead and many miss­ing.Hur­ri­cane Florence bat­tered the coast of North Carolina in the United States.A mum and her baby died af­ter a tree fell on their home, left, and there were three other storm deaths. And in the Philip­pines three peo­ple were killed as su­per typhoon Mangkhut swept through the coun­try.Four hun­dred-mile wide Florence, with wind speeds of 110 miles per hour, brought with it ■FLIGHT: Peo­ple and pets seek refuge in New Bern, North Carolina “bib­li­cal” flood­ing in what has been de­scribed as a “thou­sand-year rain event”.Typhoon Mangkhut, which had last night left an­other six peo­ple miss­ing, was head­ing to­wards China.Trop­i­cal Storm Olivia also hit Hawaii. FEAR: Rizal prov­ince, Philip­pines

Paw Pa­trol’s hero pups are on the job with their

For some­thing that will in­stantly at­tract kids and more than likely re­pel adults,is one way to watch your fiver stretch far and wide. If you have got tat­toos and your child can’t wait to play copy­cat, thewill let them follow in your foot­steps with al­beit more colour­ful re­sults. A puppy might be out of the ques­tion in De­cem­ber, but this toy one could be the next best thing.

takes it to a slimy, glit­tery new level. Just feed your uni­corn the spe­cial food and marvel at her shim­mer­ing poo!


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