As a kid, being different stinks. And no matter how many times we – as moms and dads – tell our kiddos that being unique is a-okay, they never believe us.
Ze Super Zeros aims to change all that. Each character in their plush line-up has not only a special power, but an associated “challenge” that makes it difficult for them to use their special power. For example, Zonk the Monkey is a super climber, but he’s also afraid of heights.
Bright and colorful, these stuffed and flawed super heroes stand 9″ tall and have removable capes (which also serve as mini-comfort blankets) as well as a hidden pouch for any little treasure your beloved little one feels the need to stash away from prying eyes.
While I find the premise to be a good one and am all for teaching kids to be an individual and embrace their fears and quirks, I also feel that the message these dolls carry would be better delivered through an included book that parents could read with their children. Who better to teach the lesson than your child’s best stuffed pal through a well-scripted story?
Priced at just under $30, Ze Super Zeros can be purchased through Amazon.com:
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