In our Nile River issue, we asked you to create a mythical creature that would protect the Nile and its incredible inhabitants. What a remarkable response we received from so many of you! Just imagine what the world could look like if all those mythical creatures sprang to life from your pages. Thank you to everyone who entered the competition!
Isabella - The Nile Rescuer
Toby - Draco2n.
Nina, age 9, Ireland - Dragon of the Nile
Lylah, age 10 - Nachu
Emmie, age 7, Southampton - Atlantis
Our five winners will receive this fantastic game and book bundle from Lonely Planet Kids.
Games on the Go: This must-pack addition for any family trip comes with 40 wipe-clean cards and a dry-erase pen, all stored in a small, handy box. The colourful mix of brainteasers, games, drawing challenges, word searches and more will keep you entertained just about anywhere. RRP: £8.99.
Wild Things: Have you ever wanted to spy on fairies in the garden, meet a unicorn or share a picnic with a mermaid? Wild Things will show how, with a little imagination, a few wild materials and some basic tools, you can. Packed with over 100 magical outdoor activities, Wild Things will help you discover mythical creatures in forests, meadows and fields, in ponds, rivers and at the seaside. RRP: £12.99.
Franek, age 6, Leyland - Crockhorn
Jasmine, age 7, Altrincham - Lung Elefish
Amelia, age 8, Bognor Regis - Magusa
Isla, age 9, Burton - Plethiomonster
Zoe, age 7 - Crookaboom
Reuben - Rock volt
Skye, age 5 - Rhinera
Alistair, age 8 - Hoover
Shioh, age 7 - The Ultimate Weapon
Joseph, age 7 - The Nile Crocadon
Szymon - Plasticilat
Emily - Dragicorn
Mohammed, age 7, London - The Nile Fairy
Gaia - Nilopenth
Jessica, age 9 - The Water Pheonix
Noah, age 7, Dragle
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