Our Price: £7.65
It might sound funny, but Wake Up Little Owl is the perfect story for bedtime! Follow mixed-up Little Owl as she drifts off in class at Night School. This bonny board book is adorably drawn, and sure to soothe little chicks to sleep.
Features: full Colour, hardcover, 20 Board pages, 18x23cm
Tested to and passes the European Safety Standard for toys: EN71 parts 1, 2 & 3, for all ages. Suitable from birth. Made from 100% paper board. Wipe clean only.
Pictured soft toy, not included.
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Manufacturer: Jelly Cat
"The World's Most Sophisticated Soft Toys" With ageless appeal and quirky zeal, Jellycat designs are unique with just a hint of "attitude" appealing to all ages.
Jellycat, established in London in 1999, is one of the world's leading luxury soft toy companies, fast becoming a lifestyle company. They design in England and produce and distribute sophisticated high quality soft items around the world. At Jellycat they have a passion for design. They are heavily influenced by the fast changing world of fashion and as a result of this they introduce hundreds of new, innovative and original designs each year. They constantly strive to use the most interesting and distinctive materials.Their toys are hip and humorous and always soft and sumptuous. What Jellycat say about Safety: We hope you already know that we make the most original, quirky, innovative designs in the world, but we also want you to know that we take the greatest care possible to make sure you remain safe with the animals. Every design you see in this is rigorously tested to EN71 parts 1, 2 & 3. This means that unless a separate warning hang tag is attached to the item, it is suitable for all children, aged 0-99 … or over! All our animals have willingly participated in this challenge and bear the CE mark as proof of their success in these tests. We hold their certificates here in our office if ever you need copies of them. We tame our animals with careful training and testing, so if you have any problems with their behavior we want to know as a matter of urgency so we can revise our methods of construction or upbringing!