A few things the editors of O Magazine think are just great.
O, The Oprah Magazine |
October 29, 2010
"It's not easy being the only horse in the barn with a horn on your head. But Queer Eye's Carson Kressley shows kids the upside of being a little bit different." — Oprah
$11 | Amazon.com
"The good news is that this portable PlayStation provides games, movies, music, photo viewing and a wireless connection. The bad news is that it won't walk your dog or do your laundry." — Oprah
$130 | US.PlayStation.com
Intergenerational bonding is the glue of this masterpiece about a grumpy widower and an earnest young scout on an excellent adventure. (Even on the umpteenth viewing, you'll well up at the flashback montage-you will know the one we're talking about...)
$21 | Amazon.com
"Printed on forest-friendly paper, this sweet little children's book includes a sing-along CD and eco-tips for preserving the planet." — Oprah
Starting at $5 | amazon.com
Kids can fill these roomy packs with everything they need—and the laminated canvas and nylon means moms will find them easy to clean.
$42 | www.beatrixny.com
There are bad cover-ups (think Watergate) and good cover-ups (think soft terry robe).' '
$44, additional $8 for monogram | AmericanTerry.com
When Kisha Holt was decorating her children's rooms, she couldn't find products featuring African-American kids—so she started designing her own, such as this vintage-inspired wall clock.
$35 | KishaKids.com
These cheery helmets are perfect for the biker, skater, or skateboarder who likes to play it safe while playing.
Starting at $60 | NutcaseHelmets.com
Even if you don't save a cent, these handpainted polka-dot piggy banks are too adorable to pass up. Give a large one or a porcine family group.
$21 to $48 each | ElegantBaby.com
More than five hours of memorable segments including "Rubber Duckie" and Elmo's debut and featuring memorable celebrity guests like Robert de Niro, Destiny's Child and Alicia Keys.
Made from soybeans grown in the USA and colored with natural mineral powders, these crayon rocks totally...rock.
$9 for bag of 16
Printed from Oprah.com on Sunday, March 9, 2014
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