Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Miffy Is Coming To Your TV (with Sensory Miffy toy giveaway)

I read Miffy books with my children, and I well remember Miffy from when I was a child. In fact Miffy has been with us since 1955 and is celebrating her 60th birthday this year. One of the oldest lasting children's favourites, the Dick Bruna classic Miffy is returning to our TV screens in Miffy’s Adventures: Big and Small

Launching on Tiny Pop on 2 October 2015, at 7pm, this is the first time Miffy will be seen in CGI and is ideal for bedtime. The episodes in the series are a comfortable 7 minutes long, perfect for your pre-school viewers.



The episodes in Miffy’s Adventures: Big and Small see Miffy and her friends exploring the exciting world around them. Using simple words and plenty of song, the tales introduce new experiences and objects for discussion, and your little children will learn new concepts and expand their vocabulary.

The little white bunny is celebrating her birthday in the UK by raising money for Bliss, the national charity for premature and sick babies, supporting their work through fundraising activities throughout the year, including sales of a special Miffy Bliss Comfort Blanket suitable for premature newborns.


The people behind Miffy have also very kindly offered a brilliant Sensory Miffy toy for one of my readers. Sensory Miffy helps children learn about the body. She has 14 sensors which the child presses to hear what she has to say. She is made from colourful textured fabrics, suitable for children aged 6 months and older and is sure to be a massive hit this Christmas.

For your chance to win Sensory Miffy please enter using the Gleam form below. No entry is mandatory, and each extra entry will earn you more chances to win the prize. Uk entries only please. The giveaway will end at midnight Wednesday 21st October.

For all of my other giveaways, please see my giveaways page....

Sensory Miffy Toy Giveaway


112 comments:

  1. I remember reading Milly Molly Mandy Books and I had a huge et of the Read it Yourself Ladybird books!

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  2. The magic porridge pot :)
    Im sure it was a ladybird book

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  3. I remember loving the Mr Men books I collected them.

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  4. a book called mervyn the mouse my mum use to read me

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  5. I remember Burglar Bill being a favourite of mine.

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  6. Winnie the Witch was one of my favourites!

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  7. Claire Elizabeth Noke22 September 2015 at 23:12

    I loved The meg and mog books and the funnybones books. as i grew older i enjoyed The Famous Five and The Secret Seven books.

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  8. I loved Heathcliff the cat when I was growing up x

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  9. The hungry caterpillar. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  10. My earliest memory is all the Roald Dahl books, loved them.

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  11. I liked the hungry hungry caterpillar

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  12. Carrie's War by Nine Bawden, all the Roald Dahl's & Enid Blyton books.

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  13. I was a massive enid blyton fan x

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  14. Each Peach Pear Plum :) I just bought it for my son too from the charity shop for 25p!

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  15. I loved Miffy too, and Beatrix Potter, particularly Mrs Tigglewinkle. I had lots of favourites,and now they all mixed up in my mind with my daughter's favourites too. We loved that Tiger who came to tea.

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  16. I remember reading the Ladybird series and Rupert Bear

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  17. Dilly the Dinosaur and Thomas the Tank

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  18. Loved Enid Blyton's famous five xx

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  19. Burglar Bill, Cops and Robbers, Spot, Jolly Postman, Milly Molly Mandy and many many more

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  20. The Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton was my favourite book as a child

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  21. I loved Enid Blyton books, I had shelves and shelves of them.x

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  22. Miffy at the playground my daughter loves it x

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  23. I love anything by Hans Christian Andersen or Enid Blyton

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  24. Topsy and Tim were a big part of my childhood

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  25. we used to love Mr Galliano by Enid Blyton x

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  26. Janet and John books (yes, I'm that old!)

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  27. Magic Faraway tree and the wishing chair by Enid Blyton

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  28. I liked Peter Rabbit and the other Beatrice Potter books

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  29. I loved anything by Enid Blyton when I was a child (probably showing my age there! lol)

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  30. I too loved Miffy, also Spot, The Very hungry Caterpillar and The Tiger Who Came to Tea. The lovely thing is, my daughter loves all these same books now :)

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  31. Enid Blyton's The Magic Faraway Tree and Spot too!

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  32. I used to love the famous five books

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  33. The hungry caterpillar and biff, chip & kipper books

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  34. We used to love the Chicken licken book!

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  35. I use to like the Jolly Postman book

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  36. Charlie and the choc factory and Hello Kitty

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  37. The very hungry caterpillar

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  38. I used to love the Ladybird books when i was little, this was the 1980's

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  39. i love enid blytons faraway tree stories

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  40. The magic porridge pot and now my girls love it too

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  41. Roger Red Hat, Billy Blue Hat etc :)

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  42. The Hungry Caterpillar.

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  43. The usbourne books series... one about a donkey eating a hat I particularly remember,

    I have followed both yourself and Miffy on Pinterest but think I entered my username in wrong on one of the entries. its manfalou/SamanthaFenn

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    1. Thanks Manfa.lou. I've taken a note and if you are lucky enough to win with one of those options don't worry :)

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  44. I loved the magic faraway tree by Enid Blyton. Moonface was my favourite character.

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  45. I never liked reading and I can't remember any books other than some old hand-me-down Janet and John books. I do, however, love reading with the children and The Very Hungry Caterpillar is my favourite.

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  46. I think the earliest books I remember are the Roald Dahl books. James and the Giant peach & charlie and the chocolate factory are my favourite!

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  47. Enid Blyton's Secret Seven books

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  48. The tale of Jemima Puddle Duck - So much so that my mum always calls me Jemima =)

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  49. I loved the Narnia series of books

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  50. The Secret Garden and Charlotte's Web

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  51. I liked Meg and mog the witch and her cat. Xx

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  52. My earliest memory is of the Mr Men books, I loved the Famous Five books too (now re-reading them to my son)

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  53. I find myself re-reading my old favourites with my son now- 'Peace at Last' and 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' although I'm pretty sure I never had the Gruffalo and that's a firm favourite in our house now! :D

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  54. I used to love these particular bunny books I read in Finnish that I have not seen translated into English, if you want to do a search she is called Pupu Tupuna :D

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  55. velveteen rabbit

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  56. I loved Kurri Kurri the Kookaburra which my aunt sent me from Australia.

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  57. The tiger who came to tea, alfie books by shirley hughes and topsy and tim!

    Ashleigh

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  58. Enid Blytons Mr Pinkwhistle was my favourite as a child

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  59. Used to love Peter Rabbit books and still do x

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  60. I remember having Peter Rabbit books when I was little :) x

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  61. Charlotte's Web was my absolute favourite..still is!

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  62. i like the lion the witch and the wardrobe

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  63. I absolutely loved Alice in Wonderland. I read this book so many times as a child.

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  64. I loved the hungry catterpillar, it's my sons favourite now too :)

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  65. I loved the Mr. Men books and Thomas The Tank Engine :-) Now my kids read the exact same books :-)

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  66. The spot books, the old style topsy & tim books and we also had the munch bunch collection x

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  67. As a child I used to love reading (still do, but have much less free time now). When I was small I loved Winnie the Pooh and all the Beatrix Potter books; my particular favourite was The Tailor of Gloucester.

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  68. Anything by Shirley Hughes - especially Dogger. The Tiger Who Came To Tea, Each Peach Pear Plum and the Happy Families books are a couple of others that stand out :)

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  69. My favorite book was The Jolly Postman :-)

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