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It is almost time for holiday gift shopping! Instead of giving the same old boring things every year, try giving something that will make the whole family say “WOW THANKS!”.

Our Favorite: 


Expand your child’s horizons with the help of Ozobot Bit – the tiny tinker robot. There is no end to the possibilities as your child creates a different landscape of adventures, games and coding with Ozobot Bit. $60

Kitanie Coloring for All Ages

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Kitanie Coloring books are not your typical coloring books. Think of them as “the evolution of the coloring book.” Each coloring book has an uplifting theme and is perfect for adults and kids alike. $10

Essio Shower Diffuser

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Turn your shower into a spa with this easy luxurious product. ESSIO works with virtually any shower to diffuse 100-percent organic essential oils into the shower for an aromatic experience. $45

Ask Amy Doll

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Encouraging emotional and language development, Ask Amy responds to 12 verbal prompts to answer questions, provide words of inspiration and motivate children to sing along or recite a variety of poems. Each 22-inch Ask Amy doll comes with a storybook and interactive phrase list $120

Vivitar Selfie Monopod

Take selfies to a professional level with this 40-inch extension, Bluetooth-enabled selfie stick. The smartphone cradle and tripod mount have a 180-degree ball head for the best photos. $15


Great for sleepovers, camping trips or holiday travel, Kid-O-Bunk can be configured into a stackable bunk, two single cots or a bench in minutes. It uses patented lock-in discs, so no tools are needed for assembly. It packs down into its own zippered carrying bag. $290

Super Max the Turtle

Super Max is the tiny turtle with BIG stars—small enough to fit into the palm of your hand but big enough to fill an entire bedroom with a starry night sky. Super Max the Turtle has three calming color options to soothe little ones to sleep no matter where bedtime lands. $22

Tegu Toys

These ecofriendly and sustainable heirloom-quality magnetic wooden toy blocks are perfect for fostering your child’s creativity. Now available in more colors and sets, this is a toy that will last past the holidays. $35

Lush Bubble Bars

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All Lush products are made from fresh fruits and vegetables, the finest essential oils and safe synthetics. Hold your Bubble Bar under the tap as you run your bath. Splash the water around to create big, frothy bubbles. Let it dry out in between uses. $10

Worry Eaters

These cute little creatures help your kids with anxiety. Simply write down your worries and fears, feed them to the worry eater – he’ll hold them for you—and remember you’ll get through this together! $23

Dr. Squatch Soap Co.

With eight unique, outdoorsy scented varieties, these handmade bars have all-natural ingredients. Become a “soapscriber” for a new scent every month, or try the gift set that comes with four soap bars in a custom wooden box. $7

Salad Love

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Light and refreshing, salad love dressings are made with whole organic ingredients—real lemons, tomatoes, kale, herbs, and farm-fresh cheeses—for that super fresh and delicious taste. In four flavors, salad love’s lemon agave, white cheddar, kale parmesan and fresh tomato Italian are created with chefs to flatter and enhance the natural flavors in organicgirl greens.They make great marinades, dips and sauces too.


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Kids heading to a sleepover or to a relative’s home for the holidays will love snuggling in these plush sleeping bags with built-in pillows. Each bag is extra-soft, durable and sold in awesome prints and patterns. $160

Build and Imagine Set

Build & Imagine toys aim to expand a child’s possibilities by developing foundational skills for the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). These are fields in which women represent only 24 percent of the workforce, leading to what the President has termed a “gender gap in innovation.” These toys help girls and boys learn through play. $50

Ripley’s Eye Popping Oddities

“Eye-Popping Oddities!” is the annual collection of strange-but-true stories from Ripley Publishing and features 256 pages of mind-blowing stories of animals, feats, art, pop culture, the human body and more. $29

Tivoli Audio

Tivoli Audio products combine state-of-the-art sound quality with great looks, making them perfect presents for the holiday season. All are sold in a variety of colors and finishes. Several models are available with Bluetooth wireless technology, so you can play music from a smart phone, computer, tablet or iPod. $250

Diggin’ Rigs Max the Cement Mixer Play Doh Set

This hard-working vehicle is covered in half-molds for additional construction-themed play, and can make Play-Doh cement and streets. When the cement is in place, use the roller tool to smooth out and finish up the road! $20

The Running Buddy

Perfect for the runner in your life, the Running Buddy is a lightweight, comfortable pouch that can carry more than just one energy gel and is belt free. The magnetic closure allows you to wear the pouch and run hands-free. It includes a water and sweat-resistant inner pocket to hold phones, iPods, and other personal items, and its Dri-FIT material keeps the pouch comfortable against your skin. $13


Give dad the gift of spare time with this handy lawn mower that lets you mow the whole lawn from your seat. Compatible with smart phones, you can control the mower with an app and watch as it keeps the lawn neat and tidy. $1600

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