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Ecotot: Beans

If you've got kids that love playing trucks, these streamline designed "beans" will keep them safely occupied for hours. Made of sustainably harvested Vermont maple wood and lead-free paint, these non-toxic, Eco-friendly toys literally buy parents a piece of mind. The Big Bean Fire Engine($28), Lil Bean Taxi ($24), and Big Bean School Bus ($28) are ergonomically constructed to be handled by small hands. So you won't have to worry about fingers being crushed or sharp corners catching foreheads. And, the beans durable build hold up to just about any pile of sand or dirt the driver needs it to tackle.

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MotoLinz MotoLinz 8 years
I think these are adorable, and I love that they're "sustainable" and safe - but, I'd have guessed well under $50 for the combined three, not $80. Yoiks.
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