Embark on an extraordinary adventure with our new kidswear collection at M&S, and discover your favourite Roald Dahl creatures alongside fascinating facts about their real life counterparts courtesy of the Natural History Museum.
Tunnel through Fantastic Mr Fox's den, stomp through Muggle-Wump's jungle and watch out for The Enormous Crocodile in the squelchy muddy river!
The Enormous Crocodile is just about the biggest, beastliest crocodile in all of Africa. Venturing out of his home in the muddy river, there's only one thing The Enormous Crocodile is after - a juicy, yummy tasting child to eat!
Mr Fox is very, very clever. Far too clever for the three nasty local farmers, Boggis, Bunce and Bean. Even the most cunning of foxes sometimes get into trouble, however, and when he angers the farmers Mr Fox is in quite a bit of trouble indeed.
Muggle-Wump is a very generous fellow with rather terrible luck, encountering both The Enormous Crocodile and the terrible Twits. But Muggle-Wump is a pretty marvellous monkey, so tricksy Twits and crafty Crocs had better beware.
The Giraffe in The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me is a very special giraffe indeed. With her superior neck she is invaluable in helping her friends the Pelly, the Monkey and Billy in their adventure.
Some ladybirds have up to 24 spots... and some have no spots at all!
Pelicans have great vision - some species are able to spot fish under the ocean surface whilst flying up to 60 feet above it.
Crocodiles are great predators - they have sharp teeth and the strongest bite of any animal in the world!
Giraffes are sociable creatures and form herds, particularly females and their young.
Elephants prefer to use one tusk rather than the other - just as some people are left-handed or right-handed!