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Top Christmas gifts for kids from Penguin Random House (Gift Guide)

If you’re on the hunt for awesome gifts for your kids this Christmas Penguin Random House has got you covered! From the latest books to puzzles, from LEGO building ideas to audio CDs, there is something for every child this festive season.

Top Christmas gifts for kids from Penguin Random House   

Find out more about my top picks below, and let me know which is your favourite.

Frozen: Book and Snow Globe

Frozen: Book and Snow Globe (R250)

If your child loves Frozen they will love this beautiful book and glitter globe gift set. It includes a small hardcover story of Olaf’s Night Before Christmas as well as a sparkling glitter globe with Olaf. This fun rhyming story is guaranteed to delight little ones while the snow globe will be a lovely addition to their bookshelf. If you do Christmas Eve boxes this would be the perfect choice for a book to read and a small snowy gift.

Don’t Tickle the Bear!Don’t Tickle the Bear! (R320)

What’s better than a touch-and-feel book? A touch-and-feel book with sounds! Children will love to press the soft furry patches in this board book and be rewarded with animal sounds (bear, wolf, eagle, and moose) as they do. With peep-through holes and interesting shaped pages Don’t tickle the Bear! will make storytime fun and have your children wanting to read it again to hear the musical finale.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Deep EndDiary of a Wimpy Kid: The Deep End (R230)

The Deep End is book 15 of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series from the number one bestselling author Jeff Kinney. In the new book “Greg Heffley and his family hit the road for a cross-country camping trip, ready for the adventure of a lifetime.” Perfect for Wimpy Kid fans or even to introduce your child to this awesome series.

 

The Enormous Crocodile: Finger Puppet BookThe Enormous Crocodile: Finger Puppet Book (R185)

Children will love The Enormous Crocodile even more with this finger puppet book. The Enormous Crocodile is ready to use his cunning plans and clever tricks to snap up a tasty snack. This sturdy board book and fun finger puppet is perfect to introduce young readers to Roald Dahl.

Ten Minutes to Bed: CD CollectionTen Minutes to Bed: CD Collection (R165)

This CD collection includes five of the heartwarming Ten Minutes to Bed stories. Featuring calming sound effects and music between the stories, this is perfect for helping little ones drift off to sleep at bedtime. Count down from ten as you journey with Twinkle the Unicorn, Belch the monster, Rumble the triceratops and Splash the Mermaid in this lovely CD collection read by award-winning actress Suranne Jones.

Minecrafters Unite: Tin of BooksMinecrafters Unite: Tin of Books (R225)

The perfect gift for Minecraft fans! This awesome Minecraft tin includes four Minecraft handbooks as well as four Minecraft sticker sheets (that’s over 100 stickers). There are step-by-step builds, 3D crafting ideas, facts and tips to keep any Minecraft fan busy for hours.

Human Body Book & JigsawHuman Body Book & Jigsaw (R245)

This pack includes a 100 piece jigsaw puzzle as well as a 24 page book. The book ties in perfectly with the puzzle to introduce the various systems and explain the functions of different parts of the body in more detail. A great choice for curious children who are interested in seeing the amazing inner workings and functions of our bodies and learning fascinating facts and information about biology.

Build a Rocket and other great LEGO ideasBuild a Rocket and other great LEGO ideas (R140)

Help to unlock your child’s imagination with this fun book filled with space-themed LEGO ideas. From building rockets to jetpacks, spacewalkers and aliens this book will inspire creativity and help your children to build out of this world creations!

 

Top Christmas gifts for kids from Penguin Random House (Gift Guide)

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2 Comments

  • Reply Terri Cawood November 19, 2020 at 8:57 am

    The Minecraft Tin (ESPECIALLY with stickers!!) and Diary of a Wimpy Kid Deep End are definitely wishlist items for my two boys! Huge Minecraft fans, and Deep End is the only book in the series my 8year old has not yet read. (Bough him the DIY journal for his birthday coming up in December – he has been asking for that).

    • Reply Lisa Trollip November 19, 2020 at 9:03 am

      Awesome! It’s great to have some ideas lined up of things they would really like. My daughter loves the Frozen: Book and Snow Globe set, she’s still a huge Frozen fan, and we are looking forward to listening to the Ten Minutes to Bed: CD Collection.

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