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Hello Kitty Vtech Soft Book

Item No.1710011292

This soft tactile, fabric book is perfect for exploring with baby! Each page features a different scene with Hello Kitty and her friends, and a fun press button introducing a number, shape, colour and object. Includes 5 melodies and a fun sing-along song. Light-up happy sun attracts baby's eye and encourages interaction

  • Exclusively available online
  • Box Age: 3-18 months
  • Players: 1
  • Contents: 1 x Hello Kitty Soft Book, 1 manual
  • No assembly required
  • Box HWD: 19.3 x 25.6 x 5.9cm
  • Assembled Product HWD: 17.5 x 19 x 3.5cm
  • Required: 2 AAA batteries (included)

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Hello Kitty Vtech Soft Book 4 5 1 1
Expensive but worth it My 2 year old loves sitting in her bed at night playing with it before she falls asleep. Each number button plays several little sayings. So it teaches the kids more and saves the toy from sounding too repetitive to the adults. 28/02/2014
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