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HABA Doll Shona

Hey neighbors!

Here is a review, that will be followed by a giveaway.  I received two different products from HABA, and because each one is different and unique in their own way, I am doing two posts.  The giveaway will be in tomorrows post, but by reading this post and leaving a comment, you will receive an extra entry.

I am going to tell you about the new plush doll from HABA named Shona.  She is adorable and perfect to take on trips.  She comes with her own travel case.  Her travel case is made of a sturdy cardboard, with a metal handle.  Inside looks like the inside of a bedroom and has a small cupboard where you can store her extra shirt.  The case makes storage simple.  You just pack her up and put her on a shelf, but it also makes travel easy.  Shona can join you on adventures wherever you may go.  She is quiet, so she can visit the library or doctor's office with you.  She can also go on vacation.

Shona is washable, so if she happens to get dirty or stained she can be easily washed.  Her being plush also makes her perfect to sleep with!  She is just the right size for little hands.

Her travel/storage box is decorated with travel locations, like Paris, Africa, airline, etc.  On the back is a place where you can put a name.

German toymaker, HABA has done it again and come out with a beautiful crafted toy for your child to play with.

You can purchase Shona and her travel case from HABA for $37.99 plus shipping.  HABA has several other releases for this summer.  I will be reviewing another one of them tomorrow afternoon, so be sure to stop back in tomorrow to see what we have and be sure to enter the giveaway!

Now, to get an extra entry in the giveaway that starts tomorrow you can leave a comment here after visiting the HABA website and telling me another product that caught your eye.

Thanks for stopping in.  See you tomorrow!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


ARWmamaoffive said…
I really like all the different sets of Architectural Blocks, the different designs of marble runs, and the Geo shape tack zap puzzles! I am excited to see the giveaway tomorrow!
DesiredOne said…
I like the Activity Spiral Uppsala .
Kristen said…
I like the Red MOOVER Truck.
I like the Dress-up Doll Lilli
It teaches kids to dress themselves

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