Thomas & Friends Activity Book Bundle

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Thomas & Friends Activity Book Bundle

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Thomas & Friends Activity Book bundle includes:

Thomas Magnetic playbook

Finally, the perfect book for kids to imagine their own Thomas stories. Six magnetic pages show classic Thomas locales. With nine magnets (Thomas, Percy, Gordon, James, Henry, Mavis, Harold, and two Troublesome Trucks), kids can make up a new scenario every time they play!

Thomas Stay on Track

Thomas and Friends stick to the rails in this all-new magnetic play book! Thomas fans will love how the magnetic play pieces cling right to the sturdy pages as they create their own steam-powered train adventures.

Thomas Puzzle Book

Thomas & Friends are featured in five different puzzles in this oversized padded book. Each full-color puzzle has twelve sturdy board pieces that fit right inside the pages of the book. Also they're fun to put together and easy to keep together! Plus, the padded cover makes the Thomas & Friends Puzzle Book the perfect gift!

Thomas Sticker Express

These Thomas & Friends journeys are filled with 64 pages of coloring activities and more than 700 stickers! This is one ride around the Island of Sodor children ages 3-7 won't want to miss!

Material: Books

Brand: Random House

Origin: Imported

Everything you need to keep your baby's room looking chic and tidy.

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