Peter Rabbit Movie puzzles now available from Jumbo

Published on: 5th February 2018

New Peter Rabbit Movie jigsaw puzzles available to order now ahead of the movie release on 16th March.

To support the release of the upcoming Peter Rabbit Movie, Jumbo has developed and produced a 4 Puzzles Box Set and a Giant Floor Puzzle, both aimed at children aged four years and over. To complement the movie’s artwork, and with a slightly older feel than traditional pre-school puzzles, Jumbo has specifically designed higher piece counts to keep children entertained and challenged. The Giant Floor Puzzle includes 50 large jigsaw pieces, while the 4 Puzzles Box Set consists of 12, 20, 30 and 36-piece jigsaw puzzles. Both puzzle formats feature images of Peter Rabbit and his friends.

Steven Russell, senior marketing executive at Jumbo Games, commented: “When we first saw the content for the new movie we knew  instantly that both children and parents would love it, and that puzzles would be perfectly suited to it. Peter Rabbit is a brand that all generations know and love, and the new movie will bring all ages together in celebration of this iconic and lovable character.”

Jumbo has also developed a range of Peter Rabbit puzzles that feature the nostalgic artwork from the original Beatrix Potter books. The puzzles have been developed for children aged three plus, and include a 4 Shaped Puzzles Box Set and Giant Floor Puzzle ideal for pre-schoolers. These puzzles will be available in March, ahead of the Easter holidays.


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