#35 Top Selling Toy- Play school Sesame Street Big Hugs Elmo

November 23, 2013 - Comment

Giant Hugs Elmo loves getting hugs, but he truly loves giving them! After getting a hug from Elmo, youngsters can pretend together with him, and even dance, sing, nap, and cuddle with everyone’s favorite Sesame Boulevard good friend! Sesame Street and associated characters, logos and design components are owned and licensed by means of Sesame

Giant Hugs Elmo loves getting hugs, but he truly loves giving them! After getting a hug from Elmo, youngsters can pretend together with him, and even dance, sing, nap, and cuddle with everyone’s favorite Sesame Boulevard good friend! Sesame Street and associated characters, logos and design components are owned and licensed by means of Sesame Workshop.

Product Features

  • Hug your Large Hugs Elmo toy and he in point of fact hugs again
  • Dance and sing with Elmo
  • Transfer Elmo around and see how he responds
  • Faux with four enjoyable creativeness eventualities about astronauts, rabbits, frogs and horses
  • Lay Elmo down and he gets sleepy and sings a lullaby

Comments

Angela Mitchell "Angela Mitchell" says:

Muppety hugs for even the worst of days… It’s not perfect, but “Big Hugs Elmo” is a terrific toy on many fronts. It’s a big, cuddly, welcoming toy — surprisingly big, in fact, and perfectly sized to for kids in those early years through kindergarten when they really need a friend during a no-good, very bad day.The toy is durable and soft, although it’s not very soft, as others have pointed out. The personality and cuteness, along with the muppet fur, are what make Elmo huggable. The body itself is very stiff (as you might expect, with lots of batteries and electronics to bring him to life), and the arms and legs do seem a bit spindly and fragile (and again, very wiry and hard underneath the fur).But the toy’s interactivity and cuteness bridge the gap, so that when Elmo comes to life, you can’t help but want to hug him. The toy offers a nice variety of positive sayings and catchphrases, excellent for kids just mastering their language skills in complex sentences, and he’s as cute as he can be — as…

J. Chambers says:

Light-years ahead of Tickle Me Elmo – 4½ stars Light-years ahead of Tickle Me Elmo – 4½ starsI was in my twenties when Sesame Street debuted, and in my thirties when Elmo was born, so I never got into collecting all the toys and stuff. I do remember the riots in stores with people trying to get their hands on the Tickle Me Elmo toys in the 1990s. The Big Hugs Elmo does a lot more than Tickle Me Elmo did, and he’s bigger, too. He talks and sings and makes a lot of movements. He’s especially funny when he goes to sleep, first singing a lullaby, then saying goodnight, snoring for a minute or so, then quieting down until you wake him by pressing his left foot. Kids will probably most enjoy hugging Elmo, since he hugs back and talks, but it’s also fun holding him upside down, when he gets a little silly. I’m impressed with the wide range of movement Elmo has in his arms and mouth, and also with his song and speech repertoire. That took some pretty advanced design. Elmo can even sense when he’s being held upside down or…

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