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Bug Caterpillar Kimochis Boxed Set: Afraid of Change

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This lovable, quirky 13" plush doll comes with a pocket full of feelings to express what kids sometimes can't. Kimochis Bug is a Caterpillar that is afraid of change. He is thoughtful, extremely cautious and has secret dreams of flying. Bug is one of a series of Kimochis (Japanese for feelings). Each unique character comes with a set of 3 child-safe feelings to tuck inside their belly for protection. Bug comes with Happy, Brave and Left-Out feelings - tiny pillows with facial expression on one side and a corresponding feeling printed on the other. Also included is a How -to- Kimochis Feel Guide.

Category: Sensory Processing Therapy
Subcategory: Kimochis

Publication Date: 01-05-2018
ISBN: 2000
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