The Luxury Very Hungry Caterpillar Baby Gift Set
This Luxury gift is a truly premium gift for Babies or new Parents.
It includes 4 pairs of our Non-slip Stay on Socks* along with the classic Very Hungry Caterpillar board book & a large very special Hungry Caterpillar activity toy in a luxury gift box.
All of our Stay on socks have a specially designed knit that will keep little ones socks on all day! They have other essentials too, such as a non-slip grip on the sole to help prevent any unnecessary slides and a design that doesn’t dig into the skin.
The much loved Very Hungry Caterpillar book by Eric Carle has imaginative illustration and clever cut-out detail charts the progress of a very hungry caterpillar as he eats his way through the week. Board book.
The Tiny (but large!) and Very Hungry activity toy has been specifically created for the newborn to 18 months age range. With beautiful bright colours, movement, textures and sounds to keep little ones amused while helping them learn through sensory exploration.Activities include a green leaf teether, temptingly tactile textures, chime sound and a beautiful wooden teether ring with the words âtiny and very hungry' etched into it. This safe from birth toy. Made from high-quality plush and cotton jersey fabric, it's long spiral body which can be wound around a bouncy chair, car seat, pram or cot. (RRP £19.99)
All of our gift sets come beautifully wrapped in recycled tissue paper and ribbon then packaged inside a premium gift box.
*Sock colour may vary slightly from the image shown
Our socks are washable at 40 degrees.
We recommend washing before wear to ensure the correct fit.
Free from Phthalates
All of the silicons used on our non-slip grip soles are free from Phthalates (nasty chemicals you wouldn't want near to your little ones precious skin).
OEKO-TEX® 100 Certified
The STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is an independent test and certification system for textile raw, intermediate and end products at all stages of processing. OEKO-TEX® test for harmful substances and tests are always geared towards how the textile will actually be used. The more closely the product is in contact with the skin, the stricter the human ecology requirements that it must meet.