Bring the magical world of the Night Garden to life for the smallest of fans with these gorgeous prizes from the In The Night Garden Baby toy and nursery product range from Golden Bear.
Designed especially for little fingers, the Grabber Rattles are the perfect size for babies to hold. The enticing rattling sounds will strengthen their hand-to-eye co-ordination skills and stimulate the senses. Made in super-soft fabrics, it include a special woven label for baby to explore.
Babies will love the gentle jingling sound and ribbon detailing on the Hanging Chime Toy, designed to stimulate and entertain. Perfect for at home in the nursery or on the move, the handy hanging strap features a Velcro fastening for easy attachment to buggies, prams, car seats and cots.
And super-soft and cuddly with embroidered features, the In The Night Garden Baby Soft Toy collection make the perfect cuddle companions for tiny hands. They have crinkling hands and feet and also a rattle or squeaker when they are squeezed!
One lucky In The Playroom reader will win this lovely bundle of all five In The Night Garden Baby toys shown above!
For your chance to be the winner, enter via the Gleam giveaway widget below
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