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Rainbow Designs

01329 227 300 | The Peter Rabbit brand has had a major relaunch, which includes the arrival of Rainbow’s new nursery toy range. The line-up includes My First Peter and My First Flopsy plush toys, Peter Rabbit and Flopsy Bunny Bean Rattles and a Pull Down Musical Peter Rabbit. The keepsake and tactile toy collection includes a Peter Rabbit Comfort Blanket, Beatrix Potter Stacking Blocks, Peter Rabbit Jack in a Box and Peter Rabbit Pullalong. There are also a number of wooden Peter Rabbit toys include Wooden Bookends, a Wooden Peg Puzzle and Wooden Dominoes. Timeless Spring/Summer additions to the Guess How Much I Love You nursery range include the Little Nutbrown Hare Comfort Blanket, Nutbrown Hare Plush, Little Nutbrown Hare Rattle and an Activity Spiral. New arrivals to the World of Eric Carle toy collection in early 2014 will celebrate the 45th

anniversary of the Very Hungry Caterpillar. New products include the Let’s Count On-the-Go Book, Twist and Click Animal Blocks and the Wooden Shape Sorter Clock.

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01483 449 944 | Spring 2014 sees the Moshi Monsters Series 9 Blind Bags and Collector Packs, with 16 new characters. The launch will be supported by a full marketing campaign to launch ‘The Hunt for Furnando’, featuring 5,000 super rare fi gures. The new Squishy Tin has eight fi gures, and the Gumball

Machine holds over 120 fi gures with a new exclusive Moshling fi gure. A new range of four Moshling Babies hatches out of Moshi Eggs. Spring 2014 sees Micro Moshi’s new Spaceship with seat swings and special pods for Micro fi gures to sit in, and exclusive Captain Squirk fi gure. The new Moshi Monsters Sequin Set creates two Moshling designs with 900 sequins in six different colours. There will also be new Moshling and Poppet designs for the Beads ranges. Vivid will introduce its toy range for the new Peter Rabbit TV

Goldfi sh and Bison

020 8568 6398 | www.goldfi Arctic Force is a range of snow toys from Goldfi sh & Bison. Arctic Force creates fast- paced snow combat scenarios, with instant snowball-making gear and rapid snowball- fi ring blasters. The Arctic Force Snowball Blaster can make

three snowballs at once and fi re them up to 100ft. The tough and lightweight blaster sits around the arm for precision fi ring. It has a triple snowball press on top for quick access to instant ammunition. The Snowball Solo Blaster can launch snowballs up to 60 feet. The Snow Tracball features a built-in snow scoop and snowball maker, and can launch snowballs over 150 feet. The new Snowball Maker from Wham-O is able to form three perfect snowballs in a matter of seconds.

series which launched on CBeebies in June. The range includes highly-detailed collectable three-inch fi gures, a three-fi gure pack, and Adventure Pack complete with tricky tree. The small plush assortment includes six-inch versions of Peter Rabbit and Lily Bobtail. At the top end for Spring are the Talking Plush Peter Rabbit and Lily Bobtail. The fi gures and Talking Plush will be TV-advertised throughout Spring. Vivid will be expanding the AniMagic brand in Spring 2014 with the launch of sub-brand AniMagic Rescue Hospital. The Rescue Hospital Air Ambulance features a winch and pull-out treatment table. There is also an Emergency 4x4 and a Scooter. Each set comes with a vet. Blind Bags and Collector Packs feature pets with their own injury which disappears when the area is rubbed or pressed. New to the AniMagic Plush portfolio are the Make me Better Pets; the puppies and kittens whimper when they are poorly and their backs are stroked to make them better. Each pet comes with a removable bandage. Novelty plush lines Smasha-Ballz and Fluffl ings launch two

new products; Lola and Sparkle, the Jump n Giggle Fluffl ings, and wave two of the Mini Smasha-Ballz launch with new characters. The Walking with Dinosaurs 3D movie hits cinemas in the UK on 20th December. To support the DVD launch planned for Easter 2014, Vivid will launch two new SKUs to sit alongside the core toy range. The Surprise Dino Eggs reveal a fully- constructible dinosaur and bio card, with four to collect. . Vivid will launch Strange Hill High Blind Bags, Triple Packs,

Gibsons Games

020 8661 8866 | Gibsons will introduce three new products to the My World range. To add to My Dominoes and My Lotto, My Monsters will become the third My World game. The second addition to the range is the 60-piece My Space Adventure puzzle, for children aged four years plus. The fi nal My World instalment is My Songs, the double-sided progressive puzzle tailored for children aged two and above. Each jigsaw has a different piece count, so children can move on to higher piece counts as they develop, and sing along to the well-known songs. Following the success of the nostalgic adult Beano puzzles and the new

release of CBBC’s Dennis and Gnasher series, Gibsons is releasing new Dennis the Menace children’s puzzles featuring images from the new cartoon that fi rst aired in 2009. The puzzles will focus on the new generation which currently enjoys the re-release of the classic that celebrated its 75th anniversary in July 2013. 2014 will also see the renovation of the classic game, 221B Baker Street, the detective board game based on Sherlock Holmes. In keeping with the original 1975 game, the new edition now contains 70 different cases instead of 40, and is presented in a contemporary box design.

and a Five Pack featuring an exclusive character. The Locker Pods are fi lled with goo, comprising the key characters in a glow in the dark fi nish. Vivid will be releasing a range of 12” fashion dolls based on Union J in replica outfi ts selected by the boys themselves.

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