Encyclopedia Prehistorica, Complete Collection £12.99 at Red House RRP £50 - excellent deal! - HotUKDeals
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These awesomely constructed and very detailed pop-up books have to be seen to be believed! Not only will you find stunning paper models of a range of prehistoric beasts, sea monsters and dinosaurs, but you'll also learn a wealth of fascinating facts about these extraordinary creatures. From the T.rex and the sabre-toothed tiger to enormous sharks, these are not animals you'd want to run into, but you'll love reading about them!

I've been wanting to buy the dinosaur one for a while, but fortunately held on for an offer to come along, because here you get 3 books for about the same cost as just one of them on Amazon! The reviews are fantastic, both on Amazon and Red House. Use code FREE10/11 for free delivery, and 5% Quidco too - it's a no brainer as far as I'm concerned! If you buy something else at the same time, you get a free christmas wrap set when you spend £20.
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Oh and - if you want to get something similar for a little girl - check out this deal for the Fairy version for just £6!

Edited By: babyme on Nov 30, 2010 13:49
Thanks for this!!! my little 'girl' :D will love them.

Can't get the code to work though, I copy/paste into the promo box but comes up as invalid


Strange... after five or so attempts it worked.

Thanks again.
Strange... after five or so attempts it worked.Thanks again.
Glad you got it to work! Did you check out the fairy one as well? I got that one as well for my little boy (!)
I got this set for my stepson as part of his Christmas.
Was in awe of the construction of these. They truly are a work of art.
Definitely not for toddlers though - they are well constructed but could be easily deconstructed, if you know what I mean!

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