A special, limited edition picture book and wooden figurines bundle exclusive to Milk Tooth
Includes hardcover picture book, NOM Handcrafted Boy figurine, and NOM Handcrafted Penguin figurine
Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers:
Hardback picture book
Approximately 27cm by 27cm
Main themes: Friendship, boy lead
NOM Handcrafted figurines:
Handmade in Australia
Handpainted & finished using EN71 compliant watercolours and hardening oil-based sealant
Not available for separate purchase
For children 3yo+
This very special bundle is a Milk Tooth exclusive. It features one of our favourite picture books in gorgeous hardback quality and dust jacket and not one but two wooden figurines created exclusively for us by NOM Handcrafted. Your child can play with the figures while you read them the story and then continue with imaginative play afterwards, retelling the story to themselves and perhaps even coming up with new stories featuring the characters.
Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers tells the story of a little boy and a penguin. They form a special friendship and the little boy works to get the penguin home, thinking it is lost and homesick. In fact the penguin was just lonely and the boy's friendship was just what it needed. The boy realises his mistake and returns and the penguin is again found.
Each NOM Handcrafted wooden animal, bird, tree, and landscape toy is made from sustainably and ethically sourced hard maple wood right here in Australia.
Being handcrafted, each of NOM Handcrafted's beautiful offerings is unique, with slightly different shaping, size, wood markings, grain, and knots showing through any dye or paint finishes, which themselves might vary slightly in colour or application.
Not suitable for children under the age of 3yo. Please do not submerge in water. Spotclean with a damp cloth. All materials and finishes used are child-safe, however they are not intended to be mouthed or wet. Please use under adult supervision. Please carefully inspect your toy before use. Small parts may break off and pose a choking hazard. Not to be used as a teether.