NICKELODEON AND NORDSTROM DEBUT PLUSH PETER RABBIT TOYS

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My son, as well all know, loves his stuffed animals more then just about anything. Since he enjoys the Peter Rabbit TV show, he was excited to receive the new plush toy inspired by the show. Super soft, cuddly, and with it’s own backpack (just like the show), it’s the perfect nap and bedtime toy for any fan of bunnies or Peter Rabbit- the show or the books.  If your little one has not read the books, now is the perfect time to introduce them.
Nickelodeon and Nordstrom hop into spring with the debut of a new specialty plush toy line inspired by the Nickelodeon preschool series Peter Rabbit.  Along with the GUND plush, two brand-new books, “The Start of Spring and Peter” and “Friends Sticker Activity Book” published by Penguin will also be accessible to customers.  Peter Rabbit featured products will be available online and nationwide in nearly 100 Nordstrom stores in U.S. cities, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas and Miami, among others.

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A Soft, Cuddly Bunny To Love

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What child doesn’t love a soft toy?  My son loves stuffed animals, they are one of his favorite toys.  One of the latest stuffed toys he has gotten is Baby Bo, the stuffed bunny from Ragtales.  The perfect size for little hands, he is soft and snuggly, with no buttons or eyes that will come loose and choke a child.  His eyes are sewn on, and he is adorable in every way.  Delivered in his own box, he is presented like a gift and will delight the child that gets to open him.

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“Just like the larger version of Bo our new Baby Bo Rabbit is just as lovable and will delight any child for many years to come. Baby Bo is made in the same gorgeous fur, has a weighted torso and comes with an embroidered identification patch on the sole of the paw. Baby Bo comes in a beautiful presentation box.” (Via Ragtales)
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