Fabulous Christmas gift ideas: Toys for boys

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Feast your eyes on part one of our ultimate Christmas gift guide: this week, terrific toys for boys and girls, foodie treats, addictive gadgets, literary treasures and much more…

1. Shark cycling helmet, £35, Paul Smith

2. Glass bell jar with mirrored base, £90, Selfridges; Lego man torch, £14.95, and Lego mini figures, series 5, £1.95, John Lewis

3. Iball3, £19.95, Iball

4. Dinosaur wall sticker, £15.35, Belle & Boo

5. Voice changer, £14, John Lewis

6. Sponge Bob digital camera, £19.95, John Lewis

7. Early Rider classic bike, £99, John Lewis

8. Gruffalo domino set, £10.99, Selfridges

9. Ride in Dalek, £179.99, John Lewis

10. Wooden food chain alligator puzzle, £4.50, Muji

11. Innotab, £79.99, Vtech

12. Design your own superhero set, £35, V&A Shop

13. Finger paints, £5, John Lewis

14. Big-Top Benn book, £8.99, Olive Loves Alfie

15. Flair Zibits robot, £9.95, John Lewis

16. Oef Batman hat, £29, Couverture & the Garbstore

17. P'kolino wooden rocket puzzle, £19, The Design Museum shop

18. 'Star Wars' ultimate force tech lightsaber, £49.99, I Want One Of Those

19. Spiketus rex backpack, £40, Selfridges

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