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Janod debuts new role-play lines

The French toy brand has released a number of new wooden role-play toys.

French toy brand Janod has further strengthened its wooden role-play line-up with a number of new additions.

The new toys – which are all suitable for ages 3+ – include a Doctor’s Suitcase (complete with ten wooden instruments), a vanity set with wooden brushes, make-up and a mirror, plus a gardening set which includes a watering can, rake, shovel and a pair of gloves sporting a cute hedgehog design.

A spokesperson from Janod UK commented: “Role-play is an integral part of growing up. It allows children to explore their own imaginations and get lost in a fantasy world where only they know the next direction.

“Our wooden toys encourage children to indulge their dreams, be it through a watering can or a wooden lipstick, Janod gives children the freedom to be whoever they choose to be, on any given day.”

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