When kids press the Snuggle ‘n Hug’s left paw or fin, the animal will show that its cold by shivering. Kids will also hear the animal’s teeth chattering. To stop the Snuggle ‘n Hug from shivering, kids can warm it up with a big hug. A button in the animal’s back senses the hug, which stops the shivering. The animal’s cheeks light up to show that it’s nice and warm, and it will say something like “I love warm hugs,” or “That hug was warmer than carrot soup!”
The Snuggle ‘n Hug plush are great for cuddling up as the seasons change, and they teach kids about nurturing behavior, empathy, and comfort.
Madeleine Buckley is an assistant editor at Adventure Publishing Group. She writes for the Pop Insider and the Toy Insider, and contributes to leading toy industry magazine The Toy Book. She considers herself a movie score enthusiast, proud Ravenclaw, mediocre knitter, and true-crime podcast binger. You can find her at the movies at least once a week, and you can find her thoughts about them on Twitter @buckley_maddie.
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