Introducing the New Dog & Bear Activity Toys for Kids.
In today’s blog post I wanted to share a look at the latest collection of activity toys from Little Bird Told Me. It was way, way back in 2011 that we last saw Little Bird Told Me on the blog, so I’m delighted to be able to show you their latest range.
The Dog & The Bear range is a super sweet set of new activity toys for babies and kids. The first images (above and below) show the Mr Benson Musical Hug Toy. A new, huggable friend with rich, textured fur perfect for touchy feely goodness. Each Mr Benson comes with a textured teething ring to sooth sore gums, an embroidered comforter and a small puppy pal, which engages baby with a classical melody.
Next in the collection is the Percy Pup Activity Spiral. The perfect gift for newborns, the spiral easily wraps around pushchairs, play mats and cots to ensure baby can always be entertained. The soft toys stimulate young minds and delight little ones with crinkles, jingles, rattles and mirrors.
The Percy Pup Activity Toy is a huggable new friend complete with crinkles, squeaks and chimes. A super sweet pal for games, Percy comes with his own chunky ring rattle and hidden mirror; with a gentle shake he will even delight baby with a melodic chime. Best of all, Percy Pup holds a soft, textured teether so he can help soothe sore gums as teething troubles arise.
Last but not least is the Percy Pup Push Along, a luxurious activity toy that kids will adore. Suitable from 12 months, the Percy Pup Push Along helps support little ones as they take their first steps exploring the world; and when they get tired of walking they can hop on and take a ride. An endearing, plush puppy, Percy is an ideal companion for walking and rides with his sturdy wooden frame and rubber tyres to ensure he won’t slip even on smooth floors.
Featured activity toys: Mr Benson Musical Toy, £20.00; Percy Pup Activity Spiral, £18.00; Percy Pup Activity Toy, £18.00 and Percy Pup Push Along, £85.00. To see more, stock or purchase from the range please visit the Little Bird Told Me website.