Roll hero combos from your special Spider-Man and Rhino dice cup to rack up points as Spidey or push your luck and “go villain” to steal the win! Pack it all up in the collectible cup and play anywhere!
Launch into action and adventure in the world of Star Wars! Discover exciting stories of good versus evil in a universe of heroes, villains, and aliens. R2-D2 is a loyal and dependable Astromech droid, well equipped for starship repair and
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Launch into action and adventure in the world of Star Wars! Discover exciting stories of good versus evil in a universe of heroes, villains, and aliens. Equipped with sleek armor and powerful weapons, the Stormtroopers enforce the will of the First Order. This First Order Stormtrooper playset includes a First Order Transporter vehicle and a Poe Dameron Microfigure, and folds out into a desert battleground scene. Collect and battle with these and other favorite vehicles and figures from Star Wars Micro Machines. Each sold separately.
Packed with magical mazes, super-fun search and finds, and incredible dot to dots, this collection of simple but exciting puzzles will keep very young children entertained for hours! Perfect for puzzlers aged 4 and up.
The well-loved Play School toys, including Big Ted, Little Ted, Jemima, Humpty and Diddle the cat, are featured throughout the book’s in full-colour photographs, bringing a special warmth and sense of fun.
Join Lucy and her best friends as they practice their plies and pirouettes in preparation for the big ballet recital. With stunning artwork by Diane Le Feyer and eight beautiful melodies to dance along to, this musical storybook is sure to be treasured by little girls everywhere.
The classic bear from Darkest Peru, who was found on Paddington Station, returns for a day of London sightseeing in this hilarious picture book! With his suitcase packed full of marmalade sandwiches and Mrs Bird’s umbrella (in case it rains), Paddington sets out for a day of sightseeing with his friend, Mr Gruber. How can he know that the tourists will think he’s their tour guide? And how is he to guess that they will follow him everywhere?