Alison is a complete tom boy and that really shows in her Christmas list this year.
The present that she is asking Santa for is a robotic Dinosaur, Zoomer Dino was top of the list but as we have this now to review (coming soon) she has decided to ask for Teksta Dino too. She has played with both at a variety of events in July and says that they are each good for different reasons.
Alison loves super hero Lego and whether you are looking for the harder sets like this one or Lego Juniors or even Duplo you will be able to find a super hero set to suit your child. She has a huge collection now but it is still high up on the list to fill in any gaps in her collection.
Imaginext Batcave from Fisher price was one of the first items to make its way into our christmas gift cupboard and I know that Alison will absolutely love it. The deign, features and accessories lend themselves to play in which her imagination can go wild.
Build A Bear Workshop is always a firm favourite for Alison and the new Olaf looks adorable. Mind you she would buy most of the shop if given the chance.
As a huge fan of Sooty I placed these on her Christmas list back in January when I got to see Richard and Sooty at the toy fair. These puppets are beautifully made by golden bear and I know she will love them.
Alison loves Wallace and Gromit so this Haynes Manual is perfect for her. Presented in the iconic Haynes styling, the first half of this book features detailed trivia and technical overviews of several gadgets built by Wallace in the Aardman animated series. The rear portion of the book includes step-by-step instructions to build a moving model of the Techno Trousers using highly detailed press-out parts included in the back pages.