Peter Rabbit Bean Toy and Buggy Buddy Book Giveaway

Tomorrow is World Book Day and although my girls are not at school yet, we still have a huge love of books and want to get involved. Rainbow Designs have kindly sent us this adorable Peter Rabbit Bean Toy and Buggy Buddy Book to match to help us celebrate the day.

Peter Rabbit Bean Toy and Buggy Buddy Book Giveaway

The Peter Rabbit Bean Toy and Buggy Buddy Book are suitable from birth, so would make a great first gift for World Book Day. The book is just the right size for tiny hands, and in the case of my teething 10 month old perfect for gnawing on!

The strap will come off the book if it needs a clean or they can look at the book without the strap getting in the way. It also doubles up as a teether!

Peter Rabbit Bean Toy and Buggy Buddy Book Giveaway

I was a huge Peter Rabbit fan as a child, so I love to share the Beatrix Potter series with my girls. They are perfect books for story time.

Peter Rabbit Bean Toy and Buggy Buddy Book Giveaway

The Peter Rabbit Bean Toy contains a gentle soothing rattle and is hand washable. Sensory play encourages children to enjoy using their senses, I know little miss baby Dottie loves to shake hers around her ears! Shes also very inquisitive and loves to inspect every toy she has. Deep in thought!

Baby Dottie with Peter Rabbit and Buggy book


Rainbow Designs have kindly offered to giveaway a set of the Peter Rabbit items that we received. To enter the giveaway please fill in the gleam widget below.


Win a Peter Rabbit Bean Toy and Buggy Buddy Book

Terms and Conditions – The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be selected at random via gleam from all valid entries and be notified by email within 7 days. The winner will have 28 days to respond with a name and address for shipping before a new winner is selected. Open to all UK entrants aged 18 or over only. Facebook and Twitter are in no way associated with the giveaways.  Any personal data given as part of the competition entry’s is used for this purpose only and will not be shared with third parties. The winner’s details will be passed to the PR working with Rainbow Designs for prize fulfilment.

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70 thoughts on “Peter Rabbit Bean Toy and Buggy Buddy Book Giveaway

  1. My grandson dressed as Stickman, his younger brother and sister dressed as different characters everyday for nursery

  2. My granddaughter who is nearly 2 went to a local play centre. She didn’t get dressed up. But they had stories and music time

    1. We did nothing in and of works book day. I work in a special school so anything it off the ordinary doesn’t work very well.

  3. Great prize package. Would be wonderful for little one in the family. Please consider allowing competition entry via e-mail, blog comment, etc.

  4. Listening to an audio book whilst looking after my 8-month-old and planning what wonderful costumes she will wear in years to come!

  5. Leo dressed as as Fireman Sam, Daisy was Alice in Wonderland and Piper wanted to be dressed a Barbie. I’m not sure Barbie was particularly appropriate for a book day but she was insistent and as it’s Barbie’s 60th birthday this year I thought ‘why not?’

  6. We’re gonna be reading, like I spend most of my free time doing, and will be buying the kids a new book each as well as myself!

  7. My eldest son dressed up as ‘Flat Stanley’ and my youngest as ‘Dinosaur Roar’. I work in a nursery school so dressed as Red Riding Hood and has a fun filled day reading the children’s favourite books.

  8. As a visiting author I was in disguise too. But what does an author look like?
    I told the children that I wasn’t the Lego lady today but was the bus story lady.
    The children and staff in the schools I visited looked fantastic.
    One school the children and staff dressed up in a wide variety of costumes, so many different but quite a few princess, superheros and Mary Poppins.
    On Friday a whole ‘Pirate’ Accademy school complete with a formidable captain. Ohh Argh!
    But great that the message was the same, reading is fun.
    Even a library on a bus on Friday too. Just for me?

  9. My little girl is 4 and she dressed up as Cinderella. She was super excited to go to school all dressed up.

  10. My middle daughter dressed up as Alice in Wonderland but my twins, 11,didn’t want to dress up in costumes so they made themselves a golden ticket and went as winners of Willy Wonkas Chocolate Factory competition…

  11. My eldest 2 boys dressed up as Danny from Danny the champion of the world and the tortoise from Esio Trot

  12. My 2 nieces and nephew are dressing up, but don’t know what sort of costumes they’re going to wear yet

  13. Helped put together a ‘story prop box’ for ‘Whatever Next’ by Jill Murphy (cardboard box, teddy, mini-teddy, silver wellies, colander, owl, small picnic hamper and cloth, picture of the moon and a pack of biscuits 😀 )

  14. My 14 week old hasn’t dressed up today but we have had a lovely afternoon reading The Hungry Caterpillar 🙂

  15. My son in pre school is dressing up as a shark – i made a shark costume out of an old jumper he had. His favourite book at the minute if Shark in the Dark

  16. Arlo is not in school yet. He is 2 and loves books. His favourite at the moment are the Tractor Ted books

  17. Aww so cute, my girls love peter rabbit, unfortunately my daughters school dont celebrate world book day xx

  18. Looks lovely.
    I am off with my bus story books to visit a school today.
    Lots of books already to give.
    Shame is ‘An author doesn’t just have to be for book week’ as this week is very busy.
    But most of all great to share a story or two!

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