Did you hear the exciting news about this year’s Toy Of The Year awards 2017? Our very own Lottie Dolls from the Natural History Museum shop are finalists!
Stylist online wrote a fabulous article on the revolutionary doll. Having previously won awards for her positive body image, Lottie is the doll of today and tomorrow. Whether it be a palaeontologist, stargazer or butterfly protector, Lottie encourages young girls to get involved in these stereotypically male dominated scientific careers. Each doll comes with information regarding her specific career and successful women within that field.
Stargazer Lottie is a finalist in the ‘Best Doll’ category. She was designed in collaboration with the European Space Agency and loves nothing more than learning about the planets and constellations that fill the skies.
Fossil Hunter Lottie is a finalist in the ‘Best Action Figure’ category and cannot wait to make her own scientific discovery. Created with help from Trowel Blazers this Lottie doll is adventurous and smart.
What do you think about Lottie?
Well, this week has been a scorcher! In the press, the office and outside it really has been a hot week for the Neat PR team. Hot off the heels of the fantastic London Victorian Ring Company coverage, the team at Neat PR have been tucking into ice lollies all week! It’s not that bad to have more than 2 a day, right? While simultaneously eating ice cream the team have also been working hard on the fantastic back to school products including stationery from The Natural History Museum and Kiddimoto backpacks amongst all of the other incredible products we promote.
A special shoutout to our amazing work experiencers Matty and Hannah – thank you both so much for all of your hard work.
Want to express your love of ice cream this Summer? Get down to your nearest Flying Tiger Copenhagen store and pick up these sweet ice cream cups (pictured)!
The Personalised Butterfly Water Bottle from the Natural History Museum shop makes the perfect refreshment for budding sports stars in this month’s Little London. Keep little athletes hydrated in style with their own name printed across the front.
The Knowledge Encyclopedia Space! book from the Natural History Museum shop launches into a range of regional titles across the country. Encourage kids to become curious about space with jaw-dropping 3D images of planets, stars and much more.
The Insect Pocket Notebooks from the Natural History Museum shop feature as a stationery essential on My Baba . The elegant vintage design and high quality paper inside make these the perfect journal. With plenty of room to scribble down your most precious thoughts and compact enough for travelling, take these sweet notebooks wherever you go!
The Zebra-Face Egg Cup from the Natural History Museum shop sits boldly in The Lady Loves in The Lady. Have a safari experience at breakfast with this gorgeous egg cup, perfect for all foodies and animal lovers.
The Victorian Bronze Binoculars from the Natural History Museum shop feature as the perfect present for the dad that has everything in Waterfront magazine. Whether he’s a birdwatcher, amateur astronomer or a military history enthusiast, these will be a welcoming gift to take home and treasure.