6 Fresh, Fascinating Gifts For Boys Or Girls

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1. TREE RINGS STUMP STOOLS – Judson Beaumont

“The Tree Rings came about after we were invited once again to take part in the Summer Lights show on Salt Spring Island. Since we have been working with large amounts of split Pine Beetle wood recently, we saw it fit to take our idea for the colour-tinted resin tops to the outdoors with these illuminated pieces. During the day they are simple and playful. At night however, they transform into something else entirely. ” – Straight Line Designs

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2. PICTORIAL WEBSTER’S $35 – Quercus Press

“The Pictorial Webster’s is, in simplest terms, an artistic visual reference of what was important to 19th Century America.The 400 plus page volume is printed with the original wood engravings and copper electrotypes of the Merriam-Webster dictionaries of the 19th Century; namely the 1859 American Dictionary of the English Language (the 1st illustrated dictionary in America), the 1864 edition of that same Dictionary, and the 1890 International Dictionary.” – Quercus Press

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3. BIRD BINGO! £19.94 – Christine Berrie

“This beautifully illustrated bingo game features 64 species of birds from around the world. Spot all kinds of birds – from the robin to the puffin and the kookaburra to the splendid fairywren – mark them off on your card and… bingo! Bird Bingo brings a fun and educational twist to the traditional game as players learn the names and colorings of both their favorite species and weird and wonderful exotic birds.” – Laurence King

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