eeBoo Tell Me a Story Featured on!

Posted by design on Sep 18, 2012 in Press Articles, Product Feature

We are excited to announce that eeBoo’s Mystery in the Forest Tell Me a Story cards were one of a handful of  products selected for People Magazine’s feature 9 Learning Toys Your Kids Will Love. The feature details the favorite picks of Kellie Martin, who in addition to being a successful actress is the owner of Studio City toy store ROMP.

Ms. Martin’s guide explains that the “whimsical cards are great for building pre-reading skills of sequencing, story-telling, vocabulary development and narrative” and that ”Even adults love these cards!”. Our Tell Me a Story Cards have long been eeBoo favorites and continue to charm parents across the country and over seas! Just as our Mystery in the Forest style is illustrated by children’s book illustrator Melissa Sweet, our other styles also boast beautiful artwork by such beloved illustrators as Stephanie Graegin, Saxton Freymann, Lizzy Rockwell, and Brandon Reese.

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5 eeBoo products selected for Gift Guide!

Posted by design on Nov 16, 2011 in Press Articles, Product Feature has selected 5 eeBoo products for its 2011 Gift Guide! Their team selects “only the most fun, unique, high value and educational products.” 

This year’s guide includes eeBoo’s Boat Ride Sketchbook, A Walk to the Sea Water Color Pencils, Nature Notebook, Mystery in the Forest Tell Me a Story and I Never Forget a Face Travel Game. We’re thrilled, especially considering that the guide selected only 15 products per school grade!, which has over 5 million visitors a month, has kind words to say about each gift idea:

Of our Boat Ride Sketchbook – “A simple gift, but one that opens up a world of open-ended creativity, and offers the kind of freedom only art gives.”

Of our Watercolor Pencils – “Complete with every color any kid could ever want.”

Of our Nature Notebook – “A lovely little journal to put a Bio-101 spin on your child’s next outdoor excursion.”

Of our Mystery in the Forest Tell Me a Story – “From treasure seeking chickens to a raccoon with a mysterious red spool of yarn, there’s plenty of magic and humor to tickle storytelling skills and build vocabulary in the process.”

And of our I Never Forget a Face Travel Game – “Not only will kids get a brain booster, it will spark their curiosity about cultures from China to Haiti and Norway to Tanzania.”

As Black Friday draws near, remember that you can find all of these items and more eeBoo product here!

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