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Haba Toys Show the Soft and Colorful Side of Hard Wood

The company that makes Haba toys was founded in the 1930s and you can tell — in a good way. The line of wooden playthings offers the simplicity of a low tech era coupled with bright and lively colors. There aren't any bells, whistles or knobs on them so your little one's imagination will have to do most of the work.

The inexpensive toy food pieces, like this box of toast ($7), are made of hard wood and finished with non-toxic paint.

quitecontrary quitecontrary 9 years
These are fantastic! My husband and I plan on having a "no plastic toy" rule- more toys like this will be great!
katedavis katedavis 9 years
I fell in love with the Plan Toys refrigerator over the weekend, and while it might be a while before we get one for our son (if we ever do) these would be great ti fill it with. Thanks babysugar!
Melissa3000 Melissa3000 9 years
Haba rocks at our house! Lost count of how many toys we have. The kids really love the food (and so do I). We get ours at Landbridge Toys
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