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76384 Hogwarts Moment: Herbology Class

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SKU:
52413
UPC:
5702016912951
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Open the brick-built playbook and step into the Hogwarts greenhouse! Professor Sprout is about to start her Herbology class. Get your spell book from the cupboard then join Cedric Diggory and Neville Longbottom as the Head of Hufflepuff begins the lesson. Water the enchanted plants, check out the pumpkin patch, then re-pot a magical Mandrake  and don't forget to put on your earmuffs! LEGO® Harry Potter Hogwarts Moment: Herbology Class (76384) is a brick-built playbook that opens and unfolds to reveal the Hogwarts greenhouse, where a Herbology lesson is taking place. Includes Cedric Diggory, Neville Longbottom and Professor Sprout minifigures, a spell book, pumpkin patch, watering station with bucket and golden faucet, and a greenhouse backdrop. Kids lift the cover to enter Professor Sprout's Herbology lesson. There is gardening equipment and enchanted plants to practice with  and safety warnings about the monstrous Mandrake! For ages 8 and up. A great gift for young witches and wizards looking for a different way to experience Harry Potter magic and excitement.  This magical Hogwarts Moment set measures over 5 in. (12 cm) high, 3 in. (8 cm) wide and 1.5 in. (4 cm) deep an ideal size for pick-up-and-play portability. It looks cool on a bookshelf, too.  Features authentic accessories, such as a silver spade and pruning scissors, and a greenhouse setting that kids will know from famous scenes in the Harry Potter movies. There are other sets in the series to collect. Designed to recreate different magical classrooms, they can be placed together to produce a 360-degree Hogwarts play experience. All LEGO® Harry Potter sets are bursting with characters, features and locations from the magical movies to enchant and inspire endless imaginative play. LEGO® building components meet stringent industry standards to ensure they are compatible and connect and pull apart consistently every time it s been that way since 1958.  LEGO® sets are tested to the max to make sure they meet stringent global safety standards.