Disney Animal World Magazine

Have you heard about Disney Animal World?

We were recently asked to take a look at this brand new book and playset collection from Eaglemoss, and with two small boys who are obsessed with a) Disney and b) animals, I knew that it would be absolutely perfect for them.

Disney Animal World

The Disney Animal World play-along library is truly interactive and children are able to join Ranger Mickey Mouse and his friends on the safari adventure of a lifetime.

It’s no secret that children learn best through play and this new collection allows them to do just that. Not only do specially commissioned, illustrated stories introduce your child to each animal and teach them all about its natural habitat, but each book also comes with its own Disney character and animal figures.

Disney Animal World

Every book in the Disney Animal World library is packed full of stories and pictures describing fascinating animals to help children find out about many of the world’s amazing creatures. The books are split up into 6 main sections:

Safari Adventure – New illustrated Disney adventure stories featuring playset characters and figures.Disney Animal World

All About – Children can find out more about their playset figure and the world they live in.Disney Animal World

Animal Planet – Exciting, full colour wildlife photos plus interactive questions.Disney Animal World

Nature Watch – Fun and factual pages to entertain, while also developing memory and critical thinking skills.Disney Animal World

Search & Find – Puzzles to encourage observational skills.Disney Animal World

Bedtime Story – Animal stories for you and your child to read together at bedtime.Disney Animal World

There are 30 (32 page) hardback books in the Disney Animal World collection with each one focusing on a different animal/theme. Issue 1 focuses on the African Savannah and comes with a Mickey Mouse character and a cute lion cub called Milo. Upcoming books have Donald Duck and Edward the Elephant (Issue 2), Minnie Mouse and Tessa the Lioness (Issue 3), Zac and Zara the Zebras (Issue 4), Huey and Ollie the Baby Elephant (Issue 5).

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You can pick up a copy of Disney Animal World on a weekly basis at your local newsagent or take out a monthly subscription and receive 4 issues delivered straight to your door every month. N.B. There is FREE P&P in the UK & Eire.

Issue 1 is available now at the special price of £1.99, however, all subsequent issues will be priced at £5.99.



  1. Jodie
    1 April, 2016 / 3:51 pm

    My 5 year old brother in law would adore this. My girls would too. It’s not too badly priced either. Thanks for sharing.

  2. 1 April, 2016 / 6:01 pm

    Disney Animal World magazine sounds great, so many different activities to do. I’m sure little man would love it! 🙂

  3. 1 April, 2016 / 8:14 pm

    Ah that looks like a great magazine! My girls would love that magazine they love their animals
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  4. 1 April, 2016 / 9:42 pm

    Aw how lovely. I used to love getting magazines on subscription when I was little. It’s so exciting xx
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  5. 1 April, 2016 / 10:05 pm

    Our children absolutely love magazines but I haven’t come across this one before – will keep a look out for it as they love Disney and love animals – win win! x
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  6. emma white
    3 April, 2016 / 12:14 pm

    aw this looks like a great informative learning magazine my little people would love it

  7. 3 April, 2016 / 1:37 pm

    My kids love anything to do with animals and though this looks perfect for my 4 & 7 year olds, I think my 10 year old would sneak a look too! Things like this are great to encourage reluctant readers too! xx
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  8. Hannah Jackson
    11 April, 2017 / 5:13 pm

    I have been getting this for my daughter since they first started and she loves them. But we are now waiting for book number 60 to arrive which I thought was the last one however they are still trying to charge me for more things so please be careful and keep a track on costs if you do sign up for the subscription.

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