Hello Baby: Our Newborn Gift

£55.00

Bon Tot x Golden Hare Books

The perfect way to say: “welcome to the world, little one!”.

Hello Baby is the gift all new parents need. A unique collaboration by Golden Hare and Bon Tot, Hello Baby has been thoughtfully curated for newborns and very little ones, with every item carefully picked for longevity and beauty.

Your Hello Baby gift contains a board book full of vibrant colours to delight, a muslin of the softest cotton to care, a wood rattle/teether to play and a timeless classic to grow up with.

Each item is ungendered and hand-packaged in a magnetic keepsake box, with a bespoke paper wrap and postcard designed by Edinburgh graphic designer Esther Clayton, printed in Edinburgh.

“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye. The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched, they are felt with the heart.”
— The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Golden Hare was recently voted Best Independent Bookshop in the UK at the British Book Awards, and Bon Tot one of the best 50 boutiques in the UK by Stella Magazine, so this is gift for all discerning new mums and dads out there!

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What’s inside…

1 x board book (The Game of Red, Yellow and Blue by Herve Tullet)
1 x My Moumout muslin (100% cotton, in either milk or ink)
1 x hardback book (The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, translated by Michael Morpurgo)
1 x natural wood rattle/teether

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What's Included

1 x board book (The Story of Red, Yellow and Blue by Herve Tullet)
1 x My Moumout muslin (100% cotton)
1 x hardback book (The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery)
1 x natural wood rattle/teether

in magnetic clasp box to keep for baby\'s things!

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