May Gibbs Memory Card Game
When cuteness and the Aussie bush combine. We are chuffed to dip into the May Gibbs archives and bring you products celebrating this nostalgic and treasured part of Australian folklore.
Play memory with all your favourite May Gibbs characters. Both kids and adults will love this game.
Find the most pairs to win!
30 Pairs of the cutest May Gibbs characters.
About May Gibbs
May Gibbs is one of Australia’s best loved, classic children’s book writers and artists. May’s deep love of the Australian bush was portrayed in her work, engendering in children her own love of nature. The Gumnut Babies, May’s classic book about Australian bush fairies, was first published in 1916 and was followed by many other Gumnut stories including her famous creations Snugglepot & Cuddlepie.
When she died, May Gibbs bequeathed her works to The Northcott Society and Cerebral Palsy Alliance. Through her foresight, May has helped thousands of Australian children living with disability and their families. For more information visit www.maygibbs.org.
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