Where To Buy Busy Books In The UK 2017

Where To Buy Busy Books In The UK 2017

Busy Books are a great way to keep the kids entertained on rainy days or during the school holidays. Each Busy Book contains a board book story, a large playmat and twelve themed mini figures to play with.

Here we have a list of where you can buy your very own Busy Books from, at the best price. We have shopped around so you don't have to!

Available to buy/pre-order:

Busy Books My Little Pony UK @ Tesco.com
Busy Books My Little Pony UK @ Dunnesstores.com

Busy Books Paw Patrol UK @ Studio.co.uk
Busy Books Paw Patrol UK @ Tesco.com
Busy Books Paw Patrol UK @ Dunnesstores.com

Busy Books Batman UK @ TKMaxx.com

Busy Books Trolls @ Tesco.com
Busy Books Trolls @ Studio.co.uk
Busy Books Trolls @ Dunnesstores.com

Busy Books Shimmer and Shine @ Dunnesstores.com

Out of Stock:

Busy Books Frozen UK @ TheWorks.co.uk
Busy Books Frozen UK @ Bookdepository.com


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  • Claire B.

    Got one! Thanks x

    • Rhiannon A.

      Just got one in tesco store

      • Lynsey S.

        Home bargains also do some of these

        • Vicky S.

          good stocking fillers! Free p&p too.

          • Sharnie E.

            My little boy got a paw patrol one for his birthday and he loves it

            • Shannen M.

              My daughter has the paw patrol one and it is great don't get me wrong but what bugs me is that they have all the pups: Marshall chase Zuma Skye rocky and rubble, and all their vehicles except for skye's helicopter, would it really have killed them to make one more vehicle? My wee girl couldn't understand why all the others had theirs and not Skye?!

              • Claire F.

                Can anyone tell me what these are? I can't open the more information link on Tesco website.

                • Nik D.

                  They're books with stories and comes with a wee play mat and figures to play with

                  • Claire F.

                    Thank you Nik Dickson

                  • Lisa W.

                    Says free delivery then charges you £2e

                    • Vicky S.

                      Didn't for me. Think you need to change it to home delivery otherwise it defaults to click and collect

                      • Lisa W.

                        Home delivery is chargeable too unless you spend over a certain amount