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Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Straight to the Castle

Part of PlayPop
Illustrated by Erin Hunting

Find the way through the Goblin King’s labyrinth in this interactive board book that teaches preschoolers the difference between up and down and left and right.

Follow Sarah and Hoggle as they make their way through the labyrinth to the Goblin King’s castle! 

Using pull tabs and lift-the-flaps, beginning readers will learn the directions up, down, left, and right! Every page will recount the story while guiding them in how to solve the maze, even when the evil Jareth turns the world upside down and sideways! Labyrinth: Straight to the Castle is an engaging board book that will delight fans of the classic Jim Henson film.

Erin Hunting is an Australian illustrator who draws pictures for books, television, games, and comics. When she’s not drawing, she enjoys pop culture, collecting vinyl toys, and hanging out with her cat, Louie, in her hometown of Melbourne, Australia.

Highly recommended if you have little ones you want to get hooked on Jim Henson's Labyrinth while they're young, or if you simply want a cute little book to display on a shelf amongst your other Jim Henson's Labyrinth collectibles.

– The Corner Penthouse

"A fun way to introduce '80s pop culture characters before they are old enough to watch the movies."

– Rediscover the 80s

"Dust off your cassette tapes and throw on those leg warmers... the perfect purchase for parents that were ‘80s babies."

– Toy Insider

"Kids can use the interactive elements such as pull tabs, sliding blocks and flaps to engage with the story." 

– The Toy Book

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