Tag Archive: Stocking Fillers

Nov 12

Metal Puzzles from Parragon Review

You have heard me talk about Parragon on a fair few occasions and it has been mostly about their books, this month I am sharing with you their ‘Professor Murphy Metal Puzzles’ – which to be fair still has a book in it, but is so much more too! This set is right out of ‘Professor Murphy’s Emporium …

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Nov 16

Giveaway: Q Pootle 5 Christmas Special: Pootle All The Way!

As you will have seen before; the Monkey and the Mouse are big fans of Q Pootle 5. So, of course they were very excited to hear that he is the star of a new DVD – ‘Q Pootle 5 Christmas Special: Pootle All the Way’ It’s Christmas time on Okidoki and all is calm …

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Sep 15

Parragon Stationary Review

I am a self-confessed stationary addict, I literally cant help but get excited like a child in a sweet shop when I find some new stationary that I love. So, I was super excited to see that Parragon have started to do Stationary! I love receiving a book each month for Monkey and Mouse to …

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Nov 19

Books for Stocking Fillers

If you are looking for some books for your little one’s stockings this year I may have the answer!  Featuring some of children’s favourite characters, they are all from Egmont and are available at all good book retailers! Everything’s Rosie – The Last SnowBall  When Big Bear wakes up from his deep winter sleep, he’s …

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Nov 06

*Review* Hape Coffee Maker

The Hape Coffee Maker is a beautifully made wooden toy and if i am honest – I have fallen a little bit in love with it! There are 6 parts to the toy, the main coffee machine, a cup, sugar bowl, spoon, carton of milk and a coffee filter! It has that special quality that …

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Oct 29

*Review* Three Little Pigs by Orchard Toys

A board game from Orchard Toys, Three Little Pigs is aimed at ages 3-6 year olds and it is fab! It is a board game and the aim is to build your three houses (one of straw, one of sticks and one of brick) before making your way to the safe house in the middle …

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