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li'l woodzeez toy review

Li'l woodzeez is little woodland animals that have all different sets to inspire hours of play. Recently we got two different sets to try out and see if it was worth the money. 
First we got the farmers market. (seen below) It cost $20 at my local Target and from the looks of their website Target is the only place to buy. (http://www.woodzeez.com/index.html)
Has 97 bright and colorful pieces and is for ages 3 and up.  There is a fish, dairy, and produce section which makes for many learning opportunities. 


The next set we got it the birthday play set, costing $10. Once again everything is really cute! Some things me and my daughter loved about this set is the ice cream(that fits in the ice cream bucket and spoon), the drinks (they do come out of the cup, so when the party is done they can be "cleaned") and the gift.(the teddy bear does come out and fits right back in the box!)
Again all bright nice colors and very sweet. This one does come with birthday bunny, as the market did not come with any.
All in all Lil' Woodzeez are really cute and nicely done! Highly recommend. 10/10

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