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Sylvanian Families are an adorable range of distinctive animal characters with charming and beautiful homes, furniture and accessories.
The Sylvanian Families Red Panda Family live, work and play in the idyllic and wonderful land of Sylvania. FATHER Wilbur Robinson grows some of the best grapes and berries in Sylvania on the sunny slopes, just south of the village. He grows many different varieties of grapes and berries, some for the fruit bowl as well as some to make delicious fruit juices and smoothies. All the hard work taking care of the plants, the pruning, the staking and all that weeding is all worthwhile come harvest time.
MOTHER Fliss Robinson is the one who turns her husband, Wilbur's juicy plumped grapes and berries, not only into excellent fruit juices, but also into scrumptious fruit smoothies. Everyone's favourite is her crisp, refreshing blackcurrant juice, which can only be described as 'the nectar of the gods'!
SISTER Frances Robinson wants to be famous for a special drink like her mother, so she spends a lot of time helping her mother, in order to learn as much as possible about how the different drinks are made. She is experimenting with a grape juice flavoured with mango at the moment and both her parents are proud to offer help and advice.
BABY Cali Robinson loves the seedless grapes her father grows for fruit salad. She often wonders how he manages to grow grapes without any seeds, after all, you need seeds to grow a vine in the first place! This has not put her off enjoying the grapes and she would eat them non-stop if she could.