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Dicentennial

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (2 of 2)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 814,904 - Total Helpful Votes: 2 of 2
Disney Winnie The Pooh Night Light by Disney
Hi, the light emitted is not huge but it is gentle and comforting for my twins who have one each. The light is lightweight but very durable and safe to have in the bed and the batteries keep going. Easy for the little ones to switch on and off themselves and they go off after 10 mins anyway. I always pack them to go away with us too as they don't take up much room and provide that home from home feeling for my pre-schoolers. Good presents I reckon. I also bought a beautiful but expensive china nightlight - that's broke, the bulb costing 8 went and it emitted less light!
Honey Hill: Busy Day! by Dubravka Kolanovic
Honey Hill: Busy Day! by Dubravka Kolanovic
5.0 out of 5 stars My twins loved this!, 17 Sep 2012
This is a really cute story about some animals at the Honey Hill nursery. There are loads of lift the flaps and the pictures are really appealing to little ones. My daughters still love getting this book out for old times sake, they are now nearly four but it was one of the top choices at bedtime from around 9mths to 20mths old.
The Busy Red Tractor by Anna Claybourne
The Busy Red Tractor by Anna Claybourne
This book is just lovely and very educational. The pictures are beautiful and there are lots of little details that caught my toddlers' eyes, encouraging them to point them out and see what else they could see and even count. From aged 8 or 9 months to 2 years I would say this was their equal first favourite book that went with them everywhere. The rhyme was fun, helped by the added sound effects it encourages you to make, and the characters and story (they are on their way to a party) is lovely.

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