Best Buys Reviews & shopping Newborn toy 0-6 months Play is important for fun and helping your little one's development. Our mums rated these the best toys to invest in… 1 of Ad break Newborn toys from birthWhen your baby is still young, she’ll often find a favourite toy – and our mum testers think these will hit the spot. Finalist: Chicco Ergo Gym Baby TrainerReally versatile, the Gym Baby Trainer’s four play positions adapt as your baby grows. It can be used as a gym, baby seat or play mat – so our testers agreed it's worth the slightly higher price tag. £49.99 Read the review Finalist: Peter Rabbit Snuggle Cloth BookThis book almost looks like a cushion. Plush pages are soft to touch and easy for little hands to hold and turn. The Peter Rabbit theme is a timeless classic, too. £9.99 Finalist: Tomy Baby SShhThis toy plays scientifically researched melodies at the touch of a button to help soothe a baby who is finding it hard to settle. Can be attached to a cot or highchair and comes in bee or frog designs, this will be a hit for months to come. £14.99 Continue slideshow > Finalist: Mamas & Papas Are We There Yet Activity LoopsBright and funky, this book clips onto the front of the buggy to amuse your little one on the move, in a queue, at the park – you name it. Includes an integral mirror and detachable chicken toy to keep hands busy, too. £10 Silver Award: VTech Nursery Rhymes CaterpillarThere’s plenty to amuse your child on this soft, simple book, which ties to her cot. Stories, tags and bright colours make it a must for any little one who wakes up early. £9.99 Gold Award: ELC Sit Me Up CosyStarting as a soft play nest and later converting to a support for sitting, this is a fun toy that grows with your baby. £37.50 By Jenny Stallard Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums Mamas & Papas issue urgent recall of multistage car seats Is 'papa' becoming the new 'dada'? These hipster parents reckon so The amazing story behind little Asher's first ever modelling job Kym Marsh: Why I think Cheryl's keeping mum on her 'pregnancy'