WIN! Magicforest Presents Trudi – mother and child hand puppets

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Cute plush are fun for the whole family especially at bed time, but some of the most imaginative kinds of plush are hand puppets. With some creativity, a few props, a background, and of course some cute and cuddly puppets, the world is your stage. (Or a small stage is your stage for any scenario you can dream of.) Magic Forest, the distributors of several fine toy lines, have brought straight from Italy a new line of puppets made by Trudi.

Trudi is an Italian plush company which has been making plush since 1954. In the 1970’s they became renowned for their “Trudi Bear” which has a distinctive snout and to this day is still made in the same way as all their plush. Hand-made, double stitched, and hand combed in the Far East by local artisans in fair and safe working conditions. In Italy, instead of asking for a stuffed animal, kids ask for a ‘Trudi’. Trudi are known for their Puppets, Best Bussi, Baby Bussi, Sweet Collection, Trudi fantasy, and Trudi puzzles.

Trudi’s most recent addition to their line of wonderful plush are the mother and child hand puppets. The line includes Hen, Penguin, Owl, and Koala hand puppets with parent and child. Each puppet is incredibly soft and so much fun. The child puppet actually fits inside of the mother’s pouch, as well. Each puppet is double stitched, machine washable, and sized for little hands (but mine fit as well, so we can play together). Puppets are great fun for kids but are also useful. They help develop emerging language skills, social skills, and imagination. In babies, the list is skills puppetry improves is quite extensive and includes: gross motor skills, cognitive skills, language skills, vocabulary, curiosity, empathy and feelings expression. All of this while letting your imagination run wild makes for some fun times for kids of all ages.
Trudi Mother and Baby puppets are available in twin plush sets and retail for $25. He sure to check them out at

One of you can win a puppet as well.  Feel free to use the RC form below.  Good luck! Ends July 17, 2015.
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  1. I would choose the hen and would give to my grandchild.

  2. Rebecca Peters says

    I would choose the owl and give it to my youngest

  3. Rachel Freer says

    My son would love the hen,.

  4. tina reynolds says

    I would pick the owl for my little boy

  5. stephanie baker says

    I adore the fox & her baby. My little girl would love it!

  6. Paula Michele Hafner says

    I would pick the Mama Owl and baby. I would give it to my son or to my niece.

  7. I like the chicken for my daughter.

  8. I would choose the hen for my daughter.

  9. Nicole C. says

    I would choose the Koala and give it to my niece.

  10. Terri S. says

    I would choose the Puppet Mama Penguin and Baby set.

  11. Amber L. says

    I would choose the owl for my youngest daughter. Her room is decorated in owls! Thanks for the giveaway!

  12. robyn paris says

    i would pick the koala bear.

  13. xty cruz says

    I would give this to my nephew

  14. Terra Heck says

    I’d choose the Puppet Mama Koala & Baby for my 5 yoa niece. Thanks.

  15. Jessamine D. says

    I will choose the owl puppet and give it to my daughters.

  16. April Brenay says

    I really like the Owl I would give that to me kiddos!

  17. Lori Walker says

    I’d give it to my niece and I’d choose the owl set.

  18. I would give my niece the Koala! Thanks for the great giveaways!

  19. those hand puppets are so cute

  20. beth shepherd says

    I like the mama hen and baby. Thank you!

  21. I’d like the owl puppets for my niece.

  22. I’d choose the owl and play with my daughter with it!

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