Reer MyHappyBath Book Magic Bath Book

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RER-BH-76012

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Bath book with magic color & squeaky effects

PVC, BPA & Phthalate Free

The Reer MyHappyBath Book (46012) with lovingly designed pages focussing on the underwater world is sure to keep your little one entertained during bathtime. With child-friendly motifs that appear as if by magic, early learning goals are achieved in a fun way, thus supporting development in the early years of life.

Product Highlights

  • Magic effect: the motifs change colour when in water
  • Squeaky function for extra bath-time fun
  • Colourful illustrations of the underwater world on 8 pages
  • Ideal for bath-time, splashing around and playing
More Information
Product Article Number 76012
Material Plastic & foam (PVC, BPA & Phthalate Free)
Included in box
  • 1 x Reer MyHappyBath Book Magic Bath Book
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