Haba Little Friends – Baby Elephant. Of course, a herd of elephants should also include the Haba Little Friends – Baby Elephant. The baby is so cute that the Haba Little Friends can’t get enough of him, and they all want to stroke him at least once.
Haba Little Friends – Baby Elephant
- Wonderful for creative play
- Part of the expandable, flexible Haba Little Friends play world
- Recommended Age: 3 +
- Item Number: 304756
- Size(Approx.): 6.5 x 9.5 x 5.7
Haba Little Friends Play World
Haba Little Friends play world is an exciting range of bendy dolls, animals and other accessories. The range includes doll’s house figures and accessories, as well as a range of both domestic, farm and wild animals. With so many figures to collect Haba Little Friends world offers a wide range of creative play possibilities.
Haba is renowned for its quality toys and games, which has earned it much respect in the toy industry. The inspiration for their designs comes from nature and people, as well as the everyday things that their designers come across whilst travelling and at home. The result is special products that both stimulate a child’s curiosity and their desire to play. Haba designs and produces well-conceived toys to foster skills as their specific age group. Haba toys encourage imaginative play and above all offer so much fun as well as provide stimulation.
In addition to the much-loved range of Haba wooden toys and games we all know and love, Haba’s has also created a fabulous range of soft fabric dolls and a wonderfully fun and quirky range of little friends bendy dolls and accessories. Both of these ranges lend themselves perfectly to role-play and make-believe. Add just a little imagination and the play possibilities are endless.
Proactive environmental protection and sustainable production have been fundamental components of Haba’s company philosophy for years. As early as 1999 HABA was the first German toy manufacturer to comply with EMAS, receiving DIN ISO 14001 certification for environmental management. They use new organic materials from sustainable resources, as well as wood from sustainable silviculture and textiles, plastics and paperboard from renewable resources.