Ideas for Remembrance Day from our iChild Shop

Posted by iChild, November 01, 2017 10:34 AM

On Remembrance Day (or Armistice Day), young and old honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Our iChild Shop is proud to offer a range of products from the Royal British Legion (who support veterans of the British Armed Forces, their families and dependents). We have also selected some children's wonderful books and memorabilia on the two World Wars. 

Supporting the Royal British Legion

The Royal British Legion Jigsaw - Poppies in the Moat
750 piece jigsaw. Picture size: 60 x 44cm. Photograph courtesy of Ian Wylie, entitled 'Armistice Day Poppy Crimson Dawn' taken at dawn on Armistice Day 2014.

The Royal British Legion Fold Away Shopper Bag
Made from recycled plastic drink bottles. These pretty, eco-friendly bags are perfect for your shopping needs! Size: 50cm x w: 38cm.

The Royal British Legion Spitfire P7350 Lapel Pin
These P7350 “Spirit of 1940” pins are crafted from Duralumin originating from Spitfire P7350, the oldest most original airworthy Spitfire in the world. The sculptures are perfect 3D portrayals of the legendary Spitfire.


For more products, including a range of beautiful poppies, please visit our iChild Shop's Royal British Legion Remembrance Day section.

Books & Memorabilia for Children

War Horse

by Michael Morpurgo
One horse has the seen the best and the worst of humanity. The power of war and the beauty of peace. This is his story.


Flo of the Somme
by Hilary Robinson (Author) & Martin Impey (Illustrator)
Can Mercy Dog Flo reach the injured in time with her medical kit as she races across dangerous battlefields? This book pays tribute to the animals who risked their lives during World War 1. 
Florofthe Somme


Where The Poppies Now Grow
by Hilary Robinson (Author) & Martin Impey (Illustrator)
The carefree childhood for Ben and his best friend Ray becomes a distant memory when they join the army to serve their country. In the midst of battle can their friendship survive?


The Story of the First World War for Children
by John Malam (Author)
The First World War was the world's first 'total war'. This fact-packed information book relates the unfolding events and the human stories in a way that brings history vividly to life. 

The Story of the Second World War for Children

by Peter Chrisp
The impact of the war on those who lived through it: from children evacuatees, to bombed-out cities and civilians working in munitions' factories, and the soldiers fighting on land, sea and air. 

The Story of World War One

by Richard Brassey
It began 100 years ago. They said it would be over by Christmas. They were wrong!

See Inside First World War

by Rob Lloyd Jones (Author) & Maria Cristina Pritelli (Illustrator)
A fascinating flap book packed with essential information about the First World War, from the start of the conflict in 1914 to its resolution in 1918.

Archie's War
by Marcia Williams (Author, Illustrator)
When 10-year-old Archie Albright is given a scrapbook for his birthday in April 1914, he thinks he'll fill it with comics, souveniers and funny stories about his family. But then, on 3 August 1914, war breaks out, and his life changes for ever. 


My Secret War Diary
by Marcia Williams (Author)
Flossie is just nine years old when, in 1939, Britain declares war on Germany and her father leaves the family home to join the army. Flossie is left to bring up her baby brother and to face a whole host of new experiences on her own.


Second World War Sticker Book
by Henry Brook (Author) & Adam Larkum (Illustrator)
Find out more about World War II with this book full of fighter planes, bombers, tanks, warships and submarines!



Children's War Memorabilia Pack
 A diverse range of replica packs, both fascinating in content and brilliantly reproduced. 

iChild Website

Your children can also enjoy a range of activities in honour of Remembrance Day. We have crafts and colouring in pictures, as well as a story telling the history of Poppy Day. Just visit iChild Remembrance Day Activities for Children.



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