What's in the Box?
The adventure wall art pack contains a cast of 11 characters and 24 props and background elements, all carefully designed to create a stunning harmonizing colour scheme for your child's room. These self-adhesive decals can be stuck on any flat surface and repositioned at any stage without damaging the material beneath. Most importantly, the pack will introduce you to each quirky character and provide you with ideas to start you off on your first storytelling adventure.
- A revolutionary self-adhesive fabric based material.
- Easy to handle, just stick on any flat surface and then remove and reposition many times over as long as kept clean.
- Will not leave a sticky residue or damage your child's wall when removed.
- Very hard to tear.
When Granny Yarn, the wrinkliest sock monster in Cottown, gathered all the young sock monsters together for a bedtime story, little did she know how much trouble it would cause.
She opened her great book of legends to the very last tale, and told a story she hadn’t told for a very long time. It was the legend of Draweria – a mythical land where bright clean socks are laid in pairs – as many as a sock monster could ever eat. Stripy ones and spotty ones, frilly ones and fluffy ones – Draweria had them all!
The young sock monsters drooled at the thought.
“Wow,” gasped William. “Can we go there?”
“Of course not” said MathU. “It’s just a story. It’s highly improbable it even exists.”
“Let’s go anyway!” cried Yum and Mee.
“No-one is going anywhere tonight!” said Granny Yarn. “Goodnight little monsters.” she blew them kisses and turned off the light.
But the little sock monsters were too excited to sleep.
“Frilly socks,” sighed Lola, “I’ve always wanted to be frilly.”
Here, we should probably explain that whenever a sock-monster gobbles up a sock, they immediately take on the appearance of the sock they have just eaten.
Boo, is all inside-out and smelly after eating a dirty old sock by mistake. “I think we should leave immediately.” He said.
“Me Too!” said one of Molly’s heads. “Me Three!” said the other.
Use your child’s bedroom layout, objects in the room and what you know about the characters to build an adventure story to find the mythical land of Draweria. Think about what mishaps could befall the little sock-monsters? And how could their unique talents and quirky personalities get them out of these sticky situations? Let your imaginations run wild and have fun with it. Remember, Granny Yarn will get worried if they’re not back by the morning, so they better hurry!
Meet the Characters
Read about everyone here.