Thursday, July 31, 2014

WorryWoo Review!

****This was not a paid post and my honest opinion was used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others.The products mentioned below have been provided by WorryWoo for the review free of charge.****



I am always on the look out for cute products for my kids, and one of my absolute favorites is a company called WorryWoo's. What is a WorryWoo? "The WorryWoo Monster were first seen in a New York City art exhibition in 2001. Originally called The Monsters in My Head, Creator Andi Green wanted to illustrate characters that each embodied an emotion. From their humble beginnings the WorryWoos are now taking the world by storm with their message of Embrace your Emotions, Find your inner "Woo"."





I recently received a WorryWoo named Twitch who is the monster of Frustration. Each and every WorryWoo is a vibrant, funky and fun creature featuring a number of colors, fuzzy hair, wings and more and they each have a book that goes along with them and tells their story. Through out his book it illustrates how frustrated Twitch gets when he isn't doing something quite right he will stomps, yells and quickly gives up! But as we all know that giving up too fast isn't the way to go! You will travel with him on his journey to figuring out how to fix the problems he is having. I think the books are eye catching and keep the attention of young children by offering creative, colorful and exciting illustrations and short sentences on each page because kids can become bored with looking at one photo for too long. Each page looks like a beautiful watercolor and perfectly shows the emotions the Worry Woo is going through. The Worry Woo plush itself is well made, soft and can handle quite a bit my daughter has a few of the other characters and they have been all over the place with her and still look the same as the day we received them. The books are Hard cover and have thick pages.






There are currently Six WorryWoo monsters who are each matched with their own emotion. I enjoy that you can purchase just the plushes, just a book or buy them as a set and they are now also offering a WorryWoo Educator's Kit which includes ALL of the plushes and the books that go with them. Price wise I think they are fairly priced and 100% worth what you pay for them, each set is $36 for a book and stuffed plush. Shipping is fast it will arrive within a weeks time and both the book and plush will come individually wrapped ensuring they arrive to you in the best condition possible. Think the WorryWoo's are simply adorable and can't get enough of them? You can also buy WorryWoo decor for your home. Please head over to the WorryWoo site and check out all the fun waiting for you.

14 comments:

  1. These are sooo cute! I want them all.

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  2. So nice great! thanks for sharing with us

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  3. They are so cute!)
    Thanks for sharing!

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  4. What a wonderful idea! I would have loved to have a plushie of one of the characters from a book I read as a child. =)

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  5. I love the style of these illustrations. Nice way to use water colors.

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  6. What an original idea!! Love it!!

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  7. If i were a Worry Woo i would be Fuddle because I am always confused. :) These are so cute!

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  8. Lovely illustrations!
    Great review!

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  9. Such a cute monster! Thanks for the review!

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  10. So cute! i want one :)) They remember me of How to train your dragon!

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  11. Those are cute! Right now I could use a stressed doll. :)

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