Look! Up in the sky! It's a screeching flying monkey to the rescue! And
at a screechingly low price. Our hero is an 11" long stuffed monkey in assorted colored superhero togs (a cape, and maybe a mask or hood, depending on his
sartorial whim). Put two fingers in the little pockets on his paws, pull
his bungee arms back, and let him go. He'll fly a good 25 feet or more,
issuing hideous monkey screeches all the while, faster than a flying
nun and able to brighten up a day in the office in a single bound.
They could be finger puppets, but they could be hands in search of a mini manikin. Wherever they came from, they're 2-5/8" long in flexible pink rubber, and remarkably life-like in a ready-to-shake pose. You'll get (5) total: (2) right; (2) left: and one of one or the other. Some of us think they'd be an interior decorating breakthrough if you lined up (15) or (20) of them on the mantel.
Just stick these 2-3/4" long rubber feet on your fingers and patter away. They’re puppet feet that have lost their puppets, and are super-accurate, with toenails, ankle bones and that little vein on the arch. You get (2) right and (2) left feet. Would make lovely gifts in bulk for the podiatrist in the family, or for folks who just, you know, like feet.
Well, three puppets that each use all five fingers. OK, four fingers and a thumb. Stick a rubber foot on three fingers and a thumb, then pop the head onto your middle finger, and you’re a walking, talking panda, tabby cat or unicorn. You pick. And you do the talking, of course. Bound to amuse the kiddles, and probably give you hand-cramps, but who ever said puppetry was painless?
Yes, we can admit it when something is ridiculous, but that doesn’t mean we don’t love it. These little fingertip rubber hands come in a set of (3), (1) each in the classic rock, paper and scissors formation. Stick them on your fingers and then stick out the appropriate digit instead of making the signs themselves. You could use them while the other guy uses his actual fingers, or you could buy two sets and have twice the dopey fun. Bonus: the rubber is realistic-looking and kinda creepy feeling.
These are either polyester-haired wacky puppets or the world's least attractive mittens. Either way, they'll entertain your kids. Measure 11" tall (long?) x 6-1/4" so they'll take any size fist. You'll get (3) in red, purple, green or orange (our choice), and some might even have sunglasses.
We’ve taken a giant step in the finger puppet game with these Storytime™ sets. They’ll challenge your bedtime imagination, plus they’re all (save the beasties) elaborately costumed. You pick from: A Day at the Castle, with a king, queen, knight and droopy-tongued dragon; Musketeer Mates, with Athos, Porthos, Aramis and a happy horse (you be D’Artagnan); or the Jungle Story, with a tiger, monkey, a Dora-ish explorer in a floppy hat, and Tarzan, or maybe Boy. Advanced storytellers can get the royal family and Musketeers together for the first time. All of the actors are approx 4” tall.
These 5” tall, hard plastic Mini-Chomper puppets have large heads (bobblehead-ish) with big jaws that you work with a small trigger on the front of the body. Quite amusingly believable as part of a talking menagerie for toddlers. We’ve got a T-Rex, shark, giraffe, leopard, iguana and jaguar, and we’ll send you at least (2) different ones.
What’s the difference between a duck? One of its legs are both the same. That’s our favorite old joke here at the home office, and now you can prove it by having your very own super-authentic rubber duck feet to compare. In very duckish orange, they’re approx 3” across x 2” tall. You’ll get (4) and all you add is a couple of mallards.
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