Normally when Amazon has something on a super-duper discount, the reviews for it aren't great, and you can see why they are practically giving it away. That's not the case with this one though as the LeapFrog LeapReader World Map has really good reviews, and still has 69% off Amazon's RRP. Asda currently have it for £17.92 and Smyths have it for £17.98, so the £5.35 at Amazon is pretty awesome, even when you include the shipping fee which will raise it to £8.65 if you don't go over the £10 minimum.
The LeapFrog World Map takes children on an interactive journey around the world on a two-sided map. Children will meet other child characters and learn how to say "hello" in their languages.
There are more than 10 - why not give us an actual number? - family-friendly games that bring map facts to life and help children develop and strengthen critical reading skills.
With the help of the Map, they will explore topics like science, geography, and writing.
Like other LeapFrog products, children can earn online rewards and parents can connect the device to the online LeapFrog Learning Path to see what their child is playing and learning.
And in case you weren't sure - this does not include the reader.