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." â€” 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." â€” 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 montageâ€”you will know the one we're talking about...)
$25 | 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." â€” Oprah
$3 each (soft cover) | amazon.com
If you have fussy young eaters in your life, charm them with this grinning pancake griddle (cast aluminum, nonstick), with a different expression for every day of the week.
$30 | jcp.com
Kids can fill these roomy packs with everything they needâ€”and the laminated canvas and nylon means moms will find them easy to clean.
$42 | www.beatrixny.com
"These ethnically accurate dolls, and accompanying chapter books, are designed to give kids an appreciation for different cultures. Every purchase comes with a code that allows kids to go online and direct a portion of the price to one of four children's issues. Eat your heart out, Barbie!" â€” Oprah
$60 to $99 (varies by doll) | karitokids.com
There are bad cover-ups (think Watergate) and good cover-ups (think soft terry robe). A 35 percent discount makes this two-tone model the delightful kind.
$44, additional $8 for monogram | AmericanTerry.com
When Kisha Holt was decorating her children's rooms, she couldn't find products featuring African-American kidsâ€”so she started designing her own, such as this vintage-inspired wall clock.
$25 | kishakids.com
If you give a little bibliophile one of Laura Numeroff's books and a matching plush reading buddy, it will set you back only $10, and all net profits will go to children's health and education initiatives nationwide.
$10 a set | kohls.com
These cheery helmetsâ€”offered for 30 percent lessâ€”are perfect for the biker, skater, or skateboarder who likes to play it safe while playing.
Starting at $70 | 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 $38 each | ElegantBaby.com
Printed from Oprah.com on Tuesday, June 18, 2013
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