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Play Kit - Doctor

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"Nothing can match the creative power of a child's imagination, but sometimes they need a little help in bringing make-believe to life. Our new plush play sets are here to help, all contained in a nifty drawstring pouch. Does your child dream of nursing the ill back to health? The "My Doctor" plush play kit comes with a stethoscope, thermometer, syringe, and head mirror to give them the experience of caring for injuries without needing an injury to care for!

Details

Materials: 100% cotton

Country of Origin: Sri Lanka

*Due to the artisanal nature of this product, color and size may vary.

THE STORY BEHIND THE PRODUCT

Artisan Organization: Mr. Ellie Pooh

Country: Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is home to about a tenth of Asia’s dwindling wild elephant population. But because their grazing interferes with agriculture, the animals are being rapidly killed off. Conservationists urge that if they are to co-exist with humans, elephants must become a sustainable economic resource.

The solution: elephant poo. Since an elephant’s diet is purely vegetarian, its waste is basically raw cellulose, able to be cleaned and processed into a fine, acid-free paper. Mr. Ellie Pooh uses the money made through the sale of their paper products to compensate farmers for crop damage, thus raising the farmers’ tolerance of their tusked cohabitants.

Mr. Ellie Pooh’s papers are (obviously) organic and handmade with 100% recycled “content.” Compared to conventional paper, recycled paper production conserves energy and emits fewer greenhouse gases while preventing forest destruction.

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Great for the young healthcare provider

Great for the young healthcare provider

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