A Grinch Toy to Join your Collection!

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December 1st kicked of 25 days of Grinch-mas. What is Grinch-mas? “Grinch-mas is an annual holiday tradition inspired by Dr. Seuss’s classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas! that encourages readers to “grow your heart three sizes” through the celebration of family reading, giving from the heart and community spirit. National Grinch Day, December 1, kick starts the 25 Days of Grinch-mas. During this time, bookstores and local retailers all over the country will be hosting Grinch-mas events that will incorporate holiday story times for families and opportunities for kids to win special prizes for doing good deeds throughout the month of December.”

Manhattan Toy offers a great lineup of Dr. Seuss plush animals, and today we’re reviewing their Light Up Grinch. The Grinch is a super soft, interactive plush for your little ones. By pressing the Grinch’s hand, the plastic read heart on his chest lights up (following the Grinch story line where the Grinch grows a heart, of course!)

My son loved playing with his Grinch. Because he’s not yet two, he’s enthralled with the small things in life still, and he was fascinated by the Grinch’s stringy hair because it was unlike any other stuffed animal he’s ever owned. He quickly figured out how to press the Grinch’s hand to make the heart light up, though I’ll admit that the button within the hand could be larger to help smaller children find/press it more easily. The button is tiny and I even struggled to find it inside of the Grinch’s hand.

This is a great Christmas toy to have on hand as you read through the story of the Grinch. The price point is a little high, sitting at $30. That being said, Manhattan Toy only produces the best quality items, and the Grinch is no exception.

Want to win your own Grinch? We’re giving one away on our Instagram page starting TODAY! Our giveaway will end December 6th at 8:00PM EST and ONE winner will be announced shortly after.

How to enter:

  1. Head to our Instagram page: http://www.instagram.com/burritobuzz
  2. Follow BOTH @burritobuzz and @manhattantoy
  3. Like the Grinch giveaway photo.
  4. Tag your friends! One friend per tag please, with no limitation on the number of friends you can tag.

This contest is in no way sponsored or endorsed by Instagram.

Manhattan ToyNeed another contest to enter? Manhattan Toy has a contest going through December 7th to win $50 to use on their website. You can enter into that by heading to their Facebook page and finding the Grinch post pinned to the top.

-Katie

**Burrito Buzz received this product at low or no cost for the purpose of review or testing. No compensation for a positive review was provided. All product reviews are based 100% off of our personal experiences with a product and we never guarantee a positive review.**

 

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BurritoBuzz’s Favorite Books {Holidays 2016}

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The parents at BurritoBuzz love books. Each of our moms here at BurritoBuzz really enjoys reading with our little ones in our personal lives, so we thought we’d offer some suggestions of our favorite board books for babies & toddlers! (Because we all know that board books are just infinitely more likely to survive the wear and tear that comes with having little ones…) Reading to our young children has proven to be exponentially beneficial. You can read more about that here.

So, without further hesitation, here is a quick list of some of our favorite board books! Most of these can be easily found on Amazon. With the holidays quickly approaching, a new book makes a great gift for any child in your life!PicMonkey Collage.jpg

  1. The Pout Pout Fish by Deborah Diesen

  2. The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

  3. Any books by Sandra Boynton, but in particular: Puppies, Oh My Oh My Dinosaurs, Pajama Time, The Belly Button Book, But Not the Hippopotamus,  Snuggle Puppy, Happy Hippo, Angry Duck, Opposites

  4. Pete the Cat by Eric Litwin

  5. Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown

  6. First 100 Words, First 100 Animals by Roger Priddy

  7. BabyLit books by Jennifer Adams

  8. Giraffes Can’t Dance by Giles Andreae

  9. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr. + John Archambault

  10. Peek a Who by Nina Laden

  11. The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss

  12. The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister

– Katie