3...2...1...Blast off! Traveling the galaxy and beyond will never be too great a feat for your little one and this adorable Astronaut! They will definitely find stars to discover and planets to explore when these new buddies search the solar system together, ready to fly to the moon and back with your little one. Perfect for hours of imaginative play, this Astronaut rattle toy is hand-knit with soft cotton yarn.
Consider that every single stitch is knit by hand by mothers in Bangladesh who dream the exact same dreams for their children that you do... happiness, peace, love, hope, a future... When you purchase this toy or any of the Pebble products, you are providing their mamas with jobs, which helps them send their children to school, feed their bellies, shelter their heads, and keep them safe from child labor and slavery.
"Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood." ~ Mister Rogers
The concept that play is the work of children, the brain-building and heart-growing work that carries them into adulthood, is at the very heart of the many toys we carry at Ethical Hope that we hope your children will love and cherish and enjoy. Our Pebble line of plush dolls, playsets, rattles, teethers, apparel, and blankets are a perfect example of just that type of a playmate and keepsake.
- Materials: Hand crocheted with 100% cotton yarn and a polyfill.
- Size: 12" (L) x 6" (W)
- Machine Washable: For best results, place your Pebble toy in a mesh bag and launder with cool water and non-toxic detergent. Fluff in the dryer for a few minutes and then air dry.
- Design Philosophy: Great for role play, storytelling, and imaginative play.
- Slight color variations make each piece truly one-of-a-kind.
Pebble is a fair trade children’s accessories brand and guaranteed member of the World Fair Trade Organization. Each Pebble toy is lovingly handmade by artisans in Bangladesh with gorgeous, contemporary design.
For more about Pebble, check out this video.