Gund Peter Rabbit: Hunca Munca and Baby Small
This Gund Hunca Munca and Baby Small soft toy is made from beautifully soft fabric and is dressed in clothing exactly as illustrated by Beatrix Potter, in her print dress and white apron.
- Recommended Age: 1+
- Hand Washable
- Height(Approx.): 13.0cm
The Gund Peter Rabbit collection is both quality and authentic, featuring the much-loved characters from the Beatrix Potter books.
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About Peter Rabbit
Peter Rabbit is a beloved children’s character. Created by Beatrix Potter and first appeared in The Tale of Peter Rabbit in 1902. Since then, he has appeared in numerous books, movies, and television shows. Beatrix Potter named Peter Rabbit after Peter Piper, a pet rabbit she had as a child.
Peter Rabbit and his friends live in the idyllic Lake District of England. They spend their days exploring the countryside, getting into mischief, and generally having lots of fun.