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Design your child’s room with the Christian Robinson x Target collection

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Young ones often lead the way when it comes to change. Now, you can give your child the space to understand people’s differences from their corner of the world with the new Christian Robinson x Target collection

As an illustrator for children’s books and an animator for big names like Pixar and Sesame Street Studios, Robinson has no shortage of creative ideas. Bringing along an inclusive vision to the Christian Robinson x Target collection, Robinson gives parents a thoughtful array of characters across home, clothing, adaptive clothing, books and more. 

Your little ones will be open to a world that encourages pride in their differences. There are adorable characters representing people of varying backgrounds and abilities embedded into the collection. Plus, you can build a world for your child that truly represents the one we live in.

The limited-edition collection ranges from $6-$70, with many items under $15. Many products are already available now at and in select Target stores. Check out some of the cute pieces below. 

Kid Hanging Canvas, $15

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Credit: Target

Give your toddler decor that they can relate to. This wall hanging features embroidered detailing to make your child aware of their most notable features. 

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Multi-Stripe Comforter Set, $35-$45

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Credit: Target

Save on individual bed pieces and instead shop this Multi-Stripe Comforter Set. For $35-$45, you get one sham and one twin comforter, while the full/queen-size set comes with two shams.

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Toddler Color Block Quilted Hooded Jacket, $22

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Credit: Target

Have your little one pulling up to school in this colorblocked drip. Hooded and with two large front pockets, this jacket is as useful as it is fly. 

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Tiger Figural Pillow, $15

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Credit: Target

It looks like a stuffed animal, but your little one can lay their head to rest on this friendly tiger. Use it to decorate your child’s room, or make it their new stuffed friend. 

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You Matter Wall Art, $20

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Credit: Target

It’s important to know people come from everywhere and may look different from others. Celebrate your child’s differences and the uniqueness of everyone with this You Matter Wall Art.

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Toddler Adaptive Microscope Embroidered Overalls, $20

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Credit: Target

Available for children 12 months to 5-years-old, this set of Toddler Adaptive Microscope Embroidered Overalls makes dressing up a little bit easier. These overalls are designed with gentle snaps versus hard buttons or buckles. Plus, there are wider legs and a crotch snap for easy removal. 

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