|Here Comes the Inchworm Bus, Bean Car and Peapod Racer!|
|Thursday, 13 October 2011 17:03|
Middlebury, Vermont, October 2011 – Growing by leaps and bounds, the Schoolhouse Naturals™ brand line from Maple Landmark is gearing up with several new items that is sure to appeal to a widening audience.
Schoolhouse Natural is introducing six new products for the Holiday buying season. All the new items are crafted from responsibly harvested hardwood maple, have laser engraved detailing and no finish. www.maplelandmark.com
Toddlers will enjoy the Gardentown Cars. The Inchworm Bus measures about 6” long and almost 3” tall and is cut from a solid piece of 1” maple. The Bean Car is about 6” long, 3” tall and 1” thick. The Peapod Racer is a sleek 7” long, 2” tall, and 1” thick. Each car has over-sized wheels for easy rolling and fun organic shapes to touch and feel. The Gardentown Cars are tested and approved for children 6 months and up. The Peapod Racer has already been selected to appear in a Toy Industry Association display in Las Vegas, at the beginning of November.
Schoolhouse Naturals Animal Shapes come in two different sets with four animals in each set ~ Wild Animals and Farm Animals. The Wild Animal set has an elephant, zebra, gorilla and a lion. The Farm Animal set has a cow, pig, duck, and dog. All the animals are engraved on both sides and are ¾” thick. These animals are also sanded flat on the bottom so they can “stand – up.” Great for open ended pretend play, each set is shrink-wrapped for shipping.
The final addition to the Schoolhouse Naturals brand is the play furniture pieces. The play furniture, like all other Schoolhouse Natural products, is cut from responsibly harvested hardwood maple with interesting details. The 9-piece furniture set contains a bed, dresser, couch, sideboard, two chairs, a table, a stove and refrigerator. Each piece is detailed on multiple sides making for open-ended play. The chairs sit 2” tall and the table is 3 ½” long. All the pieces are sanded flat on the bottom for easy play. Comes shrink wrapped as a set. The Wild Animal set was tapped to represent Maple Landmark Woodcraft at the New York International Gift Fair in August, in the Sustainability showcase.
“We are proud of our new products,” states Mike Rainville, owner, “this is a quickly growing brand and listening to our customers and reacting to what they are looking for helps our product development and helps our company to grow.”
For more information on Maple Landmark’s Schoolhouse Naturals brand or the company please visit their website at www.maplelandmark.com.
SOURCE: Maple Landmark