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Encourage good old fashioned play time with new wooden toys by Bajo and their new collection of Gruffalo Toys wooden toys.


The enchanting wooden Gruffalo Theatre and Gruffalo pushalong join an existing range of charming, clever stackers and delightful, hand-crafted pullalongs, each designed to encourage creative and imaginative play made from solid wood.


Learning made fun


Educational Learning Mats are a range of beautifully illustrated write-on, wipe-clean learning mats for children aged three to 12- years-old. Voted one of the best new children’s products at Top Drawer 2014. The mats cover all those tricky basics and include, handwriting, numeracy, Times Tables and basic French and Spanish. When the child is ready, they flip the mat over, pick up a pen and practice what they’ve learnt. Available in A3 or A4 sizes. Visit: www.educationallearningmats.co.uk t: 07785 990759


Whilst our beaches have been pounded by storms this winter, Gone Crabbing has been scribbling away creating a Colin the Crab pop-up book. It’s a tale of our favourite crustacean and his pals Sally the Starfish and Mike the Mussel who live in their rock pool at the bottom of the cliffs. With 28 pop-ups and beautiful illustrations this gorgeous book is a must for summer bedtime reading. Rrp £7.99. Visit: www.gonecrabbing.co.uk t: 01328 838357


Super soaps


Soap up the summer with the unique and fun range of designed soaps by SUDZFUN LTD. Beautifully wrapped these amazing soaps make ideal gifts for all occasions that your customers will love. Visit: www.sudzfun.co.uk t: 02392 631786


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