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Mary Meyer "Taggies" Oodles of Fun Soft Book

Mary Meyer "Taggies" Oodles of Fun Soft Book

  • £1599

This soft book is 15 x 15-centimeters; book is 8 pages, includes Velcro closure
3 designs:
  • Oodles Owl - Oodles of fun
  • Dazzle Dots Money - Dazzle Dots and the missing spots
  • Buddy Dog - Buddy Dog's Busy Day

Features soft fabric applique on cover

Adorned with interactive and soothing tags babies love to explore; crinkle paper and squeaker inside fabric add to the sensory fun
Great for storytime and playtime with baby

Taggies toys, blankets and baby mats make great coordinating baby shower gifts

Mary Meyer's patented Taggies are based on the idea that babies and kids love to rub satin edges. Taggies offers items for a child's positive social and emotional development that will transition and stay with them through the continuing phases of healthy growth. For your own little one or to give as a gift, Mary Meyer is always the perfect choice! An environmentally conscious company, Mary Meyer is proud to receive 100% of its energy from the renewable energy of Central Vermont Power Service's Cow Power Program. Mary Meyer has been making toys that are safe and fun for more than 75 years and has received numerous awards, including multiple Oppenheim and Toy of the Year awards. As a young woman, Mary and her husband put their talents together to design, manufacture, and sell tomato and animal pin cushions, along with dolls. After several years, they added stuffed toys. In the early 1940's, they moved the company to the beautiful Green Mountains of Vermont, where their sons became involved and eventually took over the company. Mary was active in the management of her business until 1982, retiring at the age of 78. After her retirement, she continued to be involved, spending time in the company factory store and visiting with teddy bear collectors to sign their Mary Meyer collector bears. Mary Meyer died in 1999 at 94 years of age. Known as "Gram" to family, friends, townspeople, employees, and colleagues worldwide, Mary brought a sense of gentleness and graciousness to the toy industry. 

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