Afraid Of The Dark? fun plush toys help kids
Added: (Fri Nov 14 2008)
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Children who fear the dark may find relief from a teddy bear...
Real Web Values, a Holt Michigan based Internet retail business, recently announced a new product that offers a wonderful aid for parents of children who are struggling through the common problem of being “afraid of the dark”.
The owner, Frank Amedure, father of three children and recent grandfather of four babies claims the “Flashlight Bears” Beamerzzz’s are a delightful way to provide comfort to children overcoming their fear of the dark.
Amedure says that the child can befriend the cuddly teddy bear as children do with most cute and soft stuffed animals but this teddy bear’s paw lights up when the arm is squeezed and it shuts off when released.
Amedure further states that the bear can also help children who aren’t afraid of the dark but just like to read at night or as a quick access flashlight to walk down a dark hallway to the bathroom at night. “The kids will love them and use them”.
Real Web Values which can be found on http://stuffedanimalvalues.com, http://flashlightbears.com or http://realwebvalues.com.
Stuffed Animal Values is ready for the holiday season with a wide variety of other safety tested stuffed animals and teddy bears as well. “We even have a seven foot teddy bear”.
The stuffed animals are made by Purr-Fection by MJC who bosts to having over 20 years of experience and of course they are safety tested and bargain priced.”
When I visited the aforementioned web site I found it easy to navigate and verified that the site is has a SSL Certificate for secure shopping and they accept major credit cards or Pay Pal. I found that the prices of these stuffed animals to be affordable and competitively priced.
I learned that the plush toys are shipped directly from the Purr-Fection by MJC warehouse in Tualatin, OR to the customer.
The plush toys are hand sewn with non-recycled new materials in China and safety pull tested to meet European safety standards which currently exceeds those here in the U.S.A.
By Mike Iott