It’s that time of year when the seasonal advertising campaigns swing around and first off the bat as usual in the UK is John Lewis with another touching, heart warming advert. As always, John Lewis are accompanying that advert with a stack of related merchandise so you can expect to see Moz the Monster under many Christmas trees, and this year the brand is partnering with Nosy Crow for a Moz the Monster children’s book!
If you haven’t seen the advert yet, you should probably start there. It begins with a little boy nodding off as his book slides off the bed.
And today, John Lewis has also released its Moz the Monster merchandise including a Moz the Monster book you can read with your children at home. The Moz book isn’t available on Amazon or at most bookstores, you’ll need to pop into your local John Lewis store and grab a copy.
Here’s the story of Joe and the noisy monster, Moz, he befriends read by Sally Philips.
Moz the Monster, the picture book, and all the plush toys and merchandise are available at John Lewis now.
Out March 6th!
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