A sustainable book & puppet set to spark imaginations and promote screen-free play.
- x1 copy of The Little Possum who Looked Up (paperback)
- x1 set of three handmade felt finger puppets (100% WA Merino Wool)
- x1 handmade keepsake bag
- x1 treehouse play-box
Children will love immersing themselves in creative, open-ended play using the puppets and treehouse play-box. Hours of fun, with endless possibilities!
Perfect as a gift or Story Time activity.
Suitable for ages 3 - 7.
About the Little Possum Imaginative Play Pack
The Little Possum who Looked Up is a vibrantly illustrated, entertaining story about Pebbles the possum who wants to build a rocket ship to visit the moon. In order to do this, she needs her family to put down their devices and help her! This story promotes the positive & purposeful use of technology, while encouraging screen-free family time. Written by author & educator, Kim Maslin.
100% West Australian Merino wool has been use to make the felt finger puppets - soft, durable and safe for children. The felt has been handmade by author, Kim Maslin… it doesn’t get any more ‘handmade’ than that!
Sustainable packaging which transforms into a play space for the puppets. The box unfolds into a treehouse, the tissue paper becomes the night sky and the sticker is the full moon!
The wrapping paper & sticker are made from recycled materials and are fully compostable. So when you're done playing, simply add them to your compost bin!
Proudly West Australian - created by Esperance-based author Kim Maslin, in collaboration with Perth-based illustrator John Field & Esperance-based textiles artist Myrtle & Twine.
More about The Tweeting Galah series
The Tweeting Galah is a collection of short stories about growing up in the digital age. Join Gabbo, the cheeky galah from Western Australia, and his furry and feathery friends, as they learn how to navigate the world of social networking, online gaming and digital devices.
The series is written by West Australia Digital Technologies Educator, Kim Maslin. Each book is vibrantly illustrated by West Australian artist, John Field.
These cyber safety stories will delight young readers, while serving as important conversation starters for parents and teachers.
With over 10,000 copies sold worldwide, The Tweeting Galah children's cyber safety series is the "Aesop's Fables of the 21st Century" that will delight young and old alike!
To help reduce our environmental impact, The Tweeting Galah products are packaged with noissue recycled and compostable packaging materials.