Storybook torch - Sous mon baobab

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Moulin Roty


Tell the stories of the Sous mon Baobab animals and their wonderful adventures with this blissful flashlight. A magical way to spark your child's imagination. This story lamp comes with 24 pictures to project on the wall of your bedroom. Tell, experience and fantasize!

14,90 €

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Product reference : 669360

Agefrom 4 years

Beautiful story lamp from Moulin Roty is a real must-have from the Sous mon Baobab collection. This blue yellow flashlight comes with 24 images to project and make up and tell great stories. There are 3 discs with images that you can put one by one in the lamp, by turning you can alternate between the different scenes. Batteries included / Comes packaged in a nice box. Dimensions box : 16 x 4 x 4 cm Works on 3 button batteries (1.5 V AG 13 / LR44) - these are already in the lamp Age : + 4 years Material l: plastic _ Sous mon baobab is one of the unique collections of Moulin Roty and encourages your child to discover nature. Beautiful watercolor drawings bring every item in this collection to life. Make your child a mini gardener, little world explorer and cute botanist who wants to discover birds, plants, flowers and animals and all the wonders of nature!

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Imagine, its 1972, and a group of 20 or so friends are searching for a common project that will provide both work and a certain way of life. The group decides to purchase an old mill that has fallen into ruins. They renovate the mill bit by bit so that their families can move in and live there together as a commune. The adventure begins with screen printing and craft items (lamps, jewellery, decorative items . . . )At first Moulin Roty launches 2 toys, a car made of wood and sponge and a soft doll made of cloth (the ‘douillette’). Both items propel the association into the world of children’s toys. Today we know Moulin Roty for it's high quality toys and decoration, always with a hint to the "good old days" ‘Yesterday’s toys for today’s children’