You can use these beautiful wooden bears for all sorts of pretend play scenarios - they make great friends for any doll's house or small world setup. And you can even add other Tender Leaf Toys animals (sold separately) to create an entire woodland scene!
Gorgeous wooden family three bears, Beryl, Bobby, and Cub bears just waiting to come out and play.
Made from sustainably sourced rubberwood
Ideal for party fillers and stocking fillers
Great addition to any doll's house or small world play set up.
Easy to clean
Meet the adorable Tender Leaf Toys bear family.
Beryl is the blue bear. She has a beautiful smile and loves to sing! She loves to be outside in the fresh air, she likes to roll down hills and play with her friends. Bobby is the brown bear. He's very shy but he really wants you to get to know him! He lives in the woods on top of a hill that overlooks his favourite river. He loves sitting by his window watching all the wildlife go by. Cub is the smallest of the Bear Tales family, he's also one of our favourites!
Don't miss out on this limited-time offer before it ends soon! Purchase your own Tender Leaf Bear Tale today.
Tender Leaf is a company that creates wooden toys. They continually develop and grow products, which are engaging, endlessly entertaining, and perfect for little hands. All of the products are created and dreamt up by designer Danielle who then brings them to life with help from their factory friends who feel like family to them. They're fun to play with, completely safe and meet all safety standards before releasing them into the world.
Why are they made with wood?
Rubberwood is used for these because it's sustainable and refuses to crack underwater or insect infestation. Wood is also smoother than any other type of natural resource.
How can I wash them?
Wash in warm soapy water before being allowed to air dry naturally. This will help remove dirt particles trapped within their porous surfaces.
Are the pieces safe for my child to put in their mouth?
It is not recommended that your child should put the pieces in their mouth because they could have sharp edges.