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Stand a chance to win a Mermaid Egg and a Dinosaur Hatching Egg with a Nurchums bucket that can be filled up with water.

Keycraft Global bestselling toys, Nurchums to hatch in SA
 
Worldwide, kids are intrigued and delighted by hatching toys.  With no signs of the craze abating, there are good reasons why South African parents will welcome the countrywide launch of Nurchums this September.  As a Socio Emotional Learning (SEL) toy line, Nurchums involves kids in nurturing and fostering patience while providing a tangible experience of gaining rewards through delayed gratification.  
 
Many parents feel concerned about their children’s screen obsessions, and the compelling, but mindless experience of everything they think they want manifesting at a click on their tablets.  By contrast, Nurchams is a toy range that inspires imagination, encourages compassion and engrosses your child in following the simple instructions – just pop the egg in water and watch the toy inside hatch and grow.
 
Nurchums, manufactured by Keycraft Global and distributed locally by wholesaler, Pollywiggles, are already proven winners in international markets.  The attractive, coloured eggs containing  themed toys are submerged in water, and after a few days, cracks start to appear in the egg-shells.  There’s great excitement as the cracks start to widen and your child gets a glimpse of the toy they are helping to hatch. Once free of the egg, returning the toy to fresh water will enable it to grow to its full size, which can take up to 10 days.  Out of water, the toy will return to its original size, and it can be put back in water to grow over and over again.
 
Three Nurchums product lines are available now in South Africa.  The orange, green and purple Dinosaur Hatching Eggs respectively, stimulate learning about the popular T-Rex, Triceratops and Stegosaurus as the dinosaur’s hatch.
   
The Nurchums Fantasy Hatching Egg, which introduces your child to the element of surprise, is currently the top-selling toy for Keycraft Globally. Imagination is ignited by the glittering pink and purple eggs because you never know what you might get - it could be a mythical unicorn or an enchanting fairy.  Children ardently check their water-submerged eggs hoping to peep through the cracks and discover what’s growing.   The Nurchums Fantasy theme successfully aligns to the perennial popularity of unicorns, which is at a peak at this time.   
 
Netflix’s August release of the live action The Little Mermaid film is sure to fuel demand for Nurchum’s latest Mermaid Hatching Eggs.  In blue and purple, these eggs hatch charming mermaid toys at the height of a significant, worldwide mermaid trend.
 
“There’s a double bonus that Nurchums offers parents,” says Leanne Gordon-Myers, CEO of Pollywiggles, “The toys are not just perfectly on trend and a top-seller internationally but help to foster child development in the real world. It’s an opportunity to take time-out from the screen and instant gratification and get hands-on in real time.  Every step of the way,  children can share in the journey with their new toys as these eggs vividly hatch and grow.”
 
Nurchums are available at Plasticland, Toy Kingdom, and other independent toy shops.  They retail at R 89.99 and can also be purchased online at www.takealot.com and www.loot.co.za 
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Mermaid Hatching Egg
 
Nurchums Hatching Eggs
 
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 Dino Hatching Egg

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The house with a clock on the wallsTHE HOUSE WITH A CLOCK IN ITS WALLS film is being released on the 5th of October!

 
The film really is looking magical and is going to be a great one to go and watch with the family. With stars like Cate Blanchett, Jack Black and Owen Vaccaro it promises to be something special.
 
In 1955, ten-year-old Lewis Barnavelt goes to New Zebedee, Michigan to live with his uncle Jonathan in a creaky old house which has a mysterious ticking heart. Recently orphaned, Lewis only wants to have a normal childhood but soon discovers he's in line for anything but that. Uncle Jonathan is in fact a mediocre but well-intentioned warlock, while his next-door neighbor and good friend Florence Zimmerman is a far more powerful good witch. The house that Lewis has just moved into was previously owned by Isaac and Selena Izard. Before dying, this sinister couple had constructed a powerful clock that is hidden somewhere within the walls of the house where it ticks eternally, trying to pull the world into a magical alignment that would have permitted Isaac to bring about the end of the world. But the sleepy facade of Lewis' new town jolts to life with a secret world of warlocks and witches when Lewis, wanting only to make a new friend and impress the popular Tarby Corrigan, attempts to raise the dead in the local cemetery on Halloween and succeeds in accidentally releasing Isaac Izard from his tomb. Things quickly go awry as the warlock's ghost and a horde of fantastical creatures are soon unleashed to wreak destruction on the town. Now, with the help of Jonathan and Mrs. Zimmerman, Lewis must summon all his courage to prevent the evil warlock Isaac Izard from finishing his work, and attempt to contain the growing supernatural forces of evil that threaten to bring about Doomsday for the whole world.
 
 Are you brave enough to explore the House With a Clock in Its Walls?
Uncover its secrets and find your own kind of magic.
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The House with a Clock in Its Walls is a 1973 juvenile mystery fiction novel written by John Bellairs and illustrated by Edward Gorey. It is the first in the series of twelve novels featuring the fictional American boy Lewis Barnavelt.