I can't help it - I just want to write 'bucket full of dinosaurs' instead of Dinosaurs in a Tub; did you ever watch that super cute cartoon called Harry and his Bucket Full of Dinosaurs?
Harry had a bucket full of plastic dinosaurs, when he dived into it he was transported into their prehistoric world and and they all came to life - there weren't that many kiddy programmes I'd sit glued to, but Harry and his dinosaurs just did something for me.
There are 13 dinosaurs, two trees and four fallen trunks in the Chad Valley Dinosaurs in a Tub and all the reviews are very good - all 109 of them!
You can collect your Chad Valley Dinosaurs in a Tub for free in-store, if your nearest Argos shops have them in stock, otherwise you'll have to pay an additional £5.95 for next-day delivery.
(C'mon Argos, get with the programme - even Tesco have created a cheaper standard delivery service, we don't always need to pay through the nose for next-day).
Thanks to wishihadadonkey at HUKD