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Three storybook advent calendars. Credit: Aldi
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Aldi has released a storybook range of advent calendars that will make your kids dreams come true this Christmas.
The supermarket has unveiled a calendar range that includes family favourites like Peppa Pig, Polly Pocket, Hot Wheels, Disney Princesses and more.
The range is now available online and at your closest Aldi store.
If you’re for something a little more grown-up, Aldi has also released a Lacura beauty calendar in time for Christmas.
Whether your kids are avid readers or they need some Christmas magic to get them to turn a page, Aldi’s Christmas calendars are sure to set imaginations wild in the lead-up to the big day.
Disney Characters and Princesses Advent Calendar
For Disney fans, these two storybook calendars are sure to be a big hit.
There are 24 books behind each door that features a Disney storybook waiting to be read.
Both calendars are coming to Aldi stores soon and can be yours for just £9.99.
Marvel Advent Calendar
Calling all wannabe superheroes, this Marvel calendar at Aldi features 24 superhero and adventure stories.
Behind each door throughout December, your kids can let their imaginations run wild with their favourite comic book characters.
It is coming soon to Aldi stores for the impressive price of £9.99.
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