This cool felt trivet is comprised of tiny hand-felted balls stitched together in a circular pattern to form a round trivet. It's perfect for setting a casserole or teapot on, or to just decorate your table when you're not using it. Each trivet is unique so patterns will vary slightly.
Size: 8 inch diameter
This book is a simple narrative with beautiful illustrations, to provide a window into the experiences of others and think about their own place in the world. Barefoot Books Children of the World depicts kids of a wide range of shapes, sizes, races, abilities, and lifestyles from countries and cultures all over the world. From enjoying special days to trying on silly hats, this ground-breaking picture book celebrates the big ideas and everyday moments that all children share.
Written by Kate DePalma and Tessa Strickland. All hand-painted by award-winning illustrator David Dean.
Ibram X. Kendi is well known for his groundbreaking memoir, "How to Be an Antiracist." His new children's book "Antiracist Baby" is based on the author's own experience as a parent. Children as young as 2 years old can internalize racist ideas. This book is a tool to help dismantle those ideas, by explaining racism in a way children can understand with a how-to guide on engaging with the world.
Have a plain, boring couch? Use the Fireworks Alpaca Throw to bring a much needed splash of color into your decor, and stay toasty warm doing it!
*Note: natural alpaca fibers may vary slightly*
Material - 80% Alpaca 20% Acrylic
SIZE - 45"x70"
HANDWASH in cool water. Air dry, then pop in dryer on low for 10 minutes to bring back fluffiness.
DRY CLEAN is always a recommended option.
MAINTAIN using a gentle bristle brush in the direction of the alpaca fiber. Iron on low in same direction.
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