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Know any Polish English bilingual childrens toys?

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  ♀   Jun 9, 2010, 04:37am  #1

When I was there at christmas I found a lovey teddy bear in REAL that spoke a few phrases in English and Polish. Since then I have searched on many different sites and have not been able to track it down - or any other toys. Does anyone have any idea of that teddys name or any other childrens toys? (for a one year old)


Olaf Threads: 6
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  ♂   Jun 10, 2010, 03:03pm  #2

Some fisher-price toys e.g. English and Polish language if I remember correctly.

Zosiu Threads: 3
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  ♀   Jun 11, 2010, 03:46am  #4

MIPK!

Thats totally it! Thank you so much ;)

The only thing is all the sites are in Polish.. Do you know anywhere I could order it online that would be able to ship to Australia? I tried Ebay and some others but maybe you might know something?

If not thanks anyway for your help - I have a lead now!

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  ♂   Jun 11, 2010, 09:58am  #5

if i'd known six weeks ago i could have brought you one back!!!

manufacturer is http://www.e-edu.com.pl/index1.html (from front of box)

unfortunately dont know where you can get one online from, as like you said most of the sites are Polish and don't seem to mention international shipping.

Think my friends got theirs in Tesco, not that that helps!

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  ♂   Jun 11, 2010, 11:28am  #6

Errm - bilingual toys? Just talk with the little blighters!!

My bilingual kids just got on with Lego, stories in both languages (Słoń Tr±balski meets the 3 Little Pigs and Thomas) etc etc, but nothing beats a sandpit with water in the garden!

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  ♂   Jun 11, 2010, 11:45am  #7

Zosiu:
When I was there at christmas I found a lovey teddy bear in REAL that spoke a few phrases in English and Polish. Since then I have searched on many different sites and have not been able to track it down - or any other toys. Does anyone have any idea of that teddys name or any other childrens toys? (for a one year old)


I imagine that a lot of this stuff is made in China these days, so be careful, or you may end up with something like this:

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or this:



:D

joannaa Threads: -
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  ♀   Jun 11, 2010, 01:51pm  #8

Actually, I managed to find some Polish-English books in Australia .
I wouldn't expect it but I got "Moje pierwsze slowa po polsku" in Perth, in one of the regural libraries, so you never know.
good luck!

Zosiu Threads: 3
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  ♀   Jun 12, 2010, 01:38pm  #9

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Can anyone help me find EDU¦ MAGICZNY PRZYJACIEL bi-lingual teddy bear in Oz?

When I was in Poland at christmas I found a lovey teddy bear in REAL that spoke a few phrases in English and Polish. Since then I have searched on many different sites and have finally found out his name is Edus:

http://www.zabawki-sklep.com/edus-magiczny-przyjaciel-artyk-901848-p-1 419.html

The thing is my Polish is basic and I am having trouble finding a website that would ship to Australia, does anyone know if its possible to ship from an online store in Poland? Or better yet somewhere to buy it here?

Can anyone help me ?

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  ♂   Mar 29, 2012, 10:10pm  #10

I know that they ship to Australia, but I do not know if they have the edus you look for,
but maybe you find something different that might be similar to the Edus bear:

zakupy.linkbaby.pl/do/item/W1125/Dwujezyczny-Szczeniaczek---Uczniaczek ,-W1125


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