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You may remember my post a few weeks ago about Gymboree and Eric Carle collaborating and bringing you an amazing line of clothing, which includes playwear and sleepwear. Well, great news! The Eric Carle Collection is now available at Gymboree and it’s not only available for your little ones but adults too!
Gymboree invites kids to play all day and dream all night in its new limited edition play and sleepwear collection featuring the World of Eric Carle™. Children love his books and now they can wear his art!
Eric Carle is the beloved illustrator of such children’s classics as Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The partnership brings two iconic, parent-trusted brands together and builds on Gymboree’s rich heritage in colorful, quality sleepwear that parents love and children never want to change out of.
Now you too can pick up a few of these delightful designs, whether in store or online. Just click on that link below and join in the Eric Carle and Gymboree fun!
You’ll love it as much as I do. I guarantee it! So what are you waiting for? Check out the new collection today!
Now before you go, let me ask you one question: What is your favorite Eric Carle book?
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