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Worry Eater Enno
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I am Enno, a certified Worry Eater. If you're anxious or upset, just print or draw your troubles on to paper, pop it into my mouth and zip it up. I eat all kinds of worries! This high-quality, German, super-soft plush, is light (1.76 oz), and easily fits into a tote or backpack as a favorite totem. 8.5 x 8.3 x 1.25 inches Worry Eaters are sold individually or as a nine-piece set.Not just for kids, Worry Eaters make a great gift for all ages. Distributed in North America by ODIN BOOKS.

Category: Art and Play Therapy
Subcategory: Play Therapy - Child/Teen
Series: Early Childhood Education


ISBN: 42315
Weight: 50 g | Length: 21.08 cm
Height: 21.59 cm | Width: 3.175 cm
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