Competition: Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom – The Tooth Fairy

The Boy loves Peppa Pig, therefore a programme that's created by the same people is guaranteed to go down a treat. That is exactly what happened when we were sent a copy of Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom: The Tooth Fairy to review, especially as The Boy is obsessed with the tooth fairy ever since the Peppa Pig episode!

Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom follows the adventures of Princess Holly and her best friend Ben Elf. Holly is a young fairy who is still learning how to do magic properly. Ben is an elf and elves don't do magic, but they are very good at making things. Along with their friends, Ben and Holly have lots of fun and exciting adventures playing together in the Little Kingdom. Perfect for budding fairies and mischevious elves all over the land!

The DVD contains 10 exciting episodes that perfectly blend magic, adventure and humour that will delight and engage young fans including; Ben’s Birthday Card, Betty Caterpillar, The Ant Hill, Redbeard the Elf Pirate, and of course, The Tooth Fairy!

The Boy sat down to watch this DVD earlier and was completely and utterly captivated! He didn't move for well over twenty minutes, basically until we turned if off! I was pottering in the dining room at the time and all I could hear was the sound of Mr. TheBoyandMe chuckling away at a few little jokes which were clearly put in for the grown-ups to enjoy.

Small in scale but big on magic Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom: The Tooth Fairy is set to sprinkle a magical blend of fairy dust on homes across the land when it is released on Monday 3rd October 2011 (RRP £12.99) by Entertainment One.


Entertainment One have been kind enough to donate a copy of Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom: The Tooth Fairy for one of my lucky readers. In order to be in with a chance of winning, please do the following:

  • Tell me what you type of fairy or elf you'd like to be!
  • Tweet the message:

I'd like to sprinkle some fairy dust like Ben & Holly

Please leave one comment only (Duplicates will be deleted)


Competition finishes on Friday 21st October 2011 at 8pm. I will pick one winner at random and notify them that evening. If I have not had a reply by Sunday 23rd October 2011 at 8pm, I will draw another winner. UK entrants only.


The winner is Laura Hayes, many thanks to all who entered.

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  1. Kate Cunningham says

    Ooh – I'm first! I would like to be the fairy of understanding so that whatever we say, in whatever way is understood by others in just the way we wanted. (always nice of course)
    I have tweeted

  2. KathV says

    Thanks for this- I'd like to be a sleep fairy so I can help get my daughter off to sleep on those difficult nights
    I've tweeted kathvcomps

  3. says

    Hello. I would be the tidy-up-time fairy. The one you need at about 6.30pm when there are toys everywhere and it's time for bath and bed. One wave of my wand…and it's all back in the boxes!

    v. sorry but I'm not twittered up yet!

  4. says

    I'd like to be Queen Thistle from Ben and Holly – after all I have 3 girls – my eldest is called Molly which is almost Holly and she has very naughty twin sisters. Thank goodness they can't do magic.

    Unfortunately most days I'm more Nanny Plum!

    Have tweeted as @1978rebecca

  5. says

    our youngest (H) was lead to believe by the boys that the tooth fairy came over from Arran on the ferry. We were down Stevenson beach many years ago and one of the boys said "look theres the ferry" and H said "The tooth Fairy" ( she had lost her first tooth that day) to which the boys laughed and 1 replied yes she lives on Arran and comes over on the ferry to pick up teeth…and so poor H believed for years this to be true…and as a family we still laugh about it….magical age long gone.
    ps mine are to old for this dvd so not entering comp but thought I would share this useless info with you cos it brought back this memory

  6. Pippa Ainsworth says

    I think I would like to be an elf. They are always much more fun and get up to lots of mischief. I could always go and help Santa with the present making which would be great for getting in to the Christmas spirit. I have tweeted @misslongstockin

  7. Jade Lewendon says

    Id like to be a fairy that makes everyone happy, would love to be able to smile at friends/family or even strangers and with a smile be able to make them happy, this world is sad enough as it is xx

  8. Kelly Roper says

    I'd love to be a glitter fairy, making everything sparkle….leaving fairy dust and smiles behind everywhere I went 🙂

    I have tweeted @KJROPER11

  9. Tracy Nixon says

    I would be a fairy of 'Harmony' to bring harmony all around so people could learn to live with one another and be less destructive!

  10. laura hayes says

    i would like to be the help fairy, and give busy mums and dads, grandparents etc that extra pair of hands that we surely do need X

  11. Alice Hindley says

    I would like to be a "Good Luck" fairy

    I have tweeted the message tweet me @aesop57

  12. Rachael G says

    I'd be a lucky fairy and I would sprinkle lucky fairy dust on everyone who needed a bit of a break or to help things people go their way.

    I have also tweeted @rachiegr

  13. Ashleigh says

    sorry meant to say have tweeted as @ashlallan – sorry this is a second comment – didnt know how to edit my first one!

  14. Kirsty Fox says

    I would be a fairy of luck and sprinkle lots of lucky dust around to people entering competitions and people doing exams and tests etc

    Twitter – @bloomingfox
    Facebook – Kirsty Fox

  15. Victoria Langley says

    I would be a flower fairy sat looking after flowers .. pretty 🙂
    Torz Langley FB
    Twitter Torialou78 – tweeted x

  16. chantelle says

    I would like to be a share fairy, especially to teach my children to share :- ) tweeted @MamaMummyMum

  17. Charlotte Ashton says

    I think I'd like to be a elf and help santa cos I love xmas, and seeing as both my boy's have birthdays in dec (plus xmas) then I think I'm getting good practice at it

    Twitter – lottieplus2

  18. Robyn Clarke says

    I'd love to be a fairy of peace and understanding and take the message where ever I go

    Tweeted @robynlclarke

  19. says

    I'd love to be princess Holly herself – she's got such a fun life and her seems a great friend.

    Have also tweeted as @caro_mad x

  20. Rachael Lines says

    I would be a christmas fairy so each year I could watch the joy of the children! @Stralisemiai

  21. says

    I'd like to be the 'missing sock fairy' & pair up all those missing socks that the naught sock elf pinches

    Love & kisses HonieBuk (aka the Missing Sock Fairy)

  22. Karen A Barrett says

    I would love to be the traditional bottom of the garden fairy that children could see but never grown ups!
    I have tweeted
    Thanks for the giveaway

  23. jane steels says

    I would love to be the cuddle fairy, always there when someone young or old needed a cuddle.
    @jane steels

  24. Cheryll H says

    I'd love to be the Fairy Queen of If-You-Don't-Put-It-Away-It-Goes-To-Needy-Elves-and-Fairies. Maybe then my clan (and i do include my partner in this!) would actually tidy up after themselves 🙂 @pipersky1

    ps. failing that, the ice-cream fairy 🙂

  25. Judith Luscombe says

    I would like to be a prosperity elf, one that could help people to help themselves, thus making a more equal society where there is no financial suffering, homelessness and poverty.

    Tweeted @judy2357

    Good luck everyone!!

    • TheBoyAndMe says

      Sorry but you actually need to tweet the specified message for this to be a valid entry, not just press the 'tweet' button. Thanks

  26. Jo Kelly says

    I'd want t be the Love fairy. I can't think of anything better than being able to watch people fall in love 🙂

    Tweeted – @MrsD_Winchester


  27. Kirsty Caffrey says

    I'd be the 7pm "tidy and bed" fairy…. wave a wand and all the toys are put away and my two little boys in bed – what bliss!

    Tweeted also – @KJaybaby1

  28. Rachel King says

    I would like to be the fun fairy, spreading happiness and merriment with my kids, but unfortunately most days I feel more like the half-awake, dozy fairy!
    I've tweeted too – @Rachsomcollege

  29. Katherine Coldicott says

    I'd be the happy fairy and try to make the world a happier place – might take a long time.
    Tweeted @Dwerrycat

  30. sarah clegg says

    i would love to be a dream fairy….where all your wildest/fondest dreams will come true 🙂
    ive tweeted too in name of sarahclegg2

    my fb name is sarah clegg