The Snowman is the tale of a boy who builds a snowman one winter's day. That night, at the stroke of twelve, the snowman comes to life. The Snowman is a most beautiful Christmas story which comes to life through the John Beswick range of figurines.
The many stories of a steam train locomotive have now became a staple of a most childrens early reading. Thomas first appeared in 1946 but delights children to this day.
Originally published in 1969 and classed by many as one of the greatest childhood classics of all time. The Very Hungry Caterpillar uses wonderful colourful collage illustrations and is even praised by the Royal Entomological Society for explaining to children the life stages of a very hungry butterfly to be.
Enter the amazing world of Peppa Pig with this new range of tableware. The eye catching design will be loved by children of all ages and we know as we are a bit of an expert at knowing what children like.
Thank heavens Beatrix Potter's parents let her have a pet rabbit as a child. As it was Peter Piper who became the inspiration for her much loved Peter Rabbit. Originally created in 1893 as of 2008, the Peter Rabbit books have sold more than 151 million copies in 35 languages.
The Gruffalo is the scariest creature in the woods and has become one of the UK's most loved children's books. Instantly recognisable to any child your Gruffalo gift is going to be more popular than Owl Ice Cream!
Originally produced by Royal Doulton in 1939, Bunnykins life started with artwork by Mary Bailey. The pattern and the figurines lead to books films that have delighted children and families for over 70 years.
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