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TARDIS Manual (Penguin)

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Written by: Stephen Cole
Publisher: Penguin Character Books
Release date: 27 October, 2005
Format: Large Softback, 24 pages
ISBN 1-4059-0141-1
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TARDIS Manual (Penguin) was a book that explained the TARDIS to young readers in the wake of the relaunch of Doctor Who in 2005.

Publisher's summary Edit

The TARDIS is much more than just an old police box, it's the Doctor's spaceship and his home. Find out all about the TARDIS, how it works and where it's been, in this fact-packed book. Then presout the pieces and build your very own TARDIS model.

Includes a Press-out And Make TARDIS!

Subject matter Edit

  • The eight centre pages of this title were embossed, printed card cut outs that when pressed out and assembled as per the instructions created a 6" tall, model Police Box and the Ninth Doctor with Rose Tyler standee.

Notable features Edit

  • This title takes most of its reference points from the New Series episodes (Rose to Boom Town), with the very occasional acknowledgement to previous adventures (i.e. travelling to 100,000 BC Earth).
  • High quality photograph throughout.

Notes Edit

  • Priced £3.99 (UK) this was one of a series of activity tie-in books released at "pocket money" prices.

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