Thursday, 10 March 2016

HUNTING SEASON - Alternative Easter Egg finds...

Now we all know there's plenty of chocolate around at Easter, often too much it would seem, so for those parents hunting for some great alternative Easter gift ideas, here are my top five... (collaborating with publishing house Laurence King).

1) Dog Domino

ISBN: 978 1 85669 983 9
Price: £9.95
For 3 years and up

Dog Domino can be enjoyed with two to four players and contains 28 cute and colourful dog dominoes. Children will have fun matching seven pooches: Chihuahua, Dachshund, Dalmation, Labrador, Poodle, Pug and German Shepherd - getting their last domino down first to win the game and become top dog! 

2) Make and Move Animals

ISBN – 978 1 78067 741 5 
Price: £8.95 

Make and Move Animals, by Sato Hisao contains twelve amazing moving animals to press out, slot together and play with. From flapping penguins to swimming turtles, and everything in between, kids can create fantastic moving animal puppets to play with. Each model comes with easy-to-follow assembly instructions, and best of all, no scissors or glue are required! 

3) To The Moon colouring book

ISBN – 978 1 78067 775 0 
Price: £9.95

To the Moon, by Sarah Yoon is the world’s tallest colouring book; its black and white illustration stretching up to 15ft! Climb up all the way from your house down on the ground, past dragons, witches, space ports and elephants, to reach the moon at the very top! 

4) Story Box: Create Your Own Fairytales

ISBN: 978 1 85669 980 8
Price: £9.95

With 20 interchangeable puzzle pieces printed on both sides, this beautiful and exciting fairytale puzzle game - illustrated by Anne Laval, grows to 8-feet-long and allows children to let their imagination run wild, creating fairytale stories with all sorts of plots of their own, all the while developing their narrative skills.

5) My Fab Fashion Style File -

ISBN – 978 1 78067 695 1 
Price: £9.95 
For ages 8-13

My Fab Fashion Style File, by Lesley Ware is an inspirational activity book and resource for all girls who love fashion and design. Find your style inspiration, learn more about fashion concepts, fabrics and colours, chart your own style history, design and draw your own looks and more!

Emma Oliver and the GraceFaith girls received some of the above in exchange for a review on the parenting/lifestyle blog LIFE AS IT IS.

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