Anamalz Eco-Friendly Wooden Animals

Have you seen anamalz before?  We ran across these adorable bendable animals a few months back in a specialty store near us and were immediately smitten.  As cute as they looked in the display, they were even more irresistible when played with.  Because of their bendable limbs, they are fun to position and pose however you would like and it added so much more fun to our play.  We seriously entertained ourselves with that display for the entire time we were at the store, and then when it was time to leave, we said our reluctant goodbyes.

Anamalz bendable animals I wasn’t surprised at all when anamalz made it onto my daughter’s birthday wishlist a few weeks later and we were both thrilled when she opened presents at her party and found that a few contained some anamalz friends.  All of her friends also went crazy for the little anamalz, and as they sat and played with them, I made a note that we should definitely wrap up a few as presents for her friends throughout the year. 

Because anamalz are made with a combination of wood and fabrics and each have at least one body part that is fully bendable, they add a whole new dimension to the traditional animal figures and make playtime even more fun.  Being able to pose your critters and give them their own personality really gets little ones’ imaginations going and allows them to add in another level of play and creativity that we love. 

Anamalz playset And, of course, they are simply adorable.  There’s just something so classically cute about anamalz that makes them look like a little bit of child-friendly modern art, and thus, a kid magnet.  My daughter can’t walk past the drawer that holds her collection without peeking inside and playing for a minute, and I really can’t say I blame her. 

We were really excited to review a few more anamalz this spring and add to our collection as well as add one of the anamalz trees to our play.  Since they arrived, we have spent hours “feeding” the bendable animals the apples off the tree and it’s one of my favorite new toys because it goes so well with all the animals and makes setting up scenes even more fun. 

I haven’t seen the trees in retail yet, but that’s likely because they are flying off the shelves as the anamalz craze picks up.  After seeing some of the awesome anamalz playsets they have pictured online {the farm! the treehouse! LOVE!}, I am hoping we get a chance to see one in person sometime soon once the stores start stocking them.

Besides being adorable, fun, and a great way to inspire imaginations, I also love anamalz as a company.  Their toys are designed in Australia and made from sustainable maple wood and textiles, which means that in addition to being irresistible, they are also eco-friendly. It’s really no wonder they have been collecting awards since they were released, and that they are one of the companies you should definitely be watching over the next few months.  With the release of their much anticipated prehistoric series which joins the Farm, Australian and Wild collections this year, they are going to be a big hit for birthdays and holidays for both boys and girls.

Anamalz eco-friendly animals 
To learn more about this great line and find out how anamalz are saving animals, you should check out the anamalz website.  You can find out facts about each animal, drool over the anamalz line, and even register your critters with their site – all while rocking out.

And Now For the Giveaway! 
Thanks to their generosity, one lucky Rave and Review reader will win 3 anamalz of their choice!

To Enter: Simply visit and tell me what 3 you would like if you win 

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On August 4th at 11:59pm PST a winner will be drawn via, announced here, and notified via email.  Winner will have 48 hours to contact me or a new winner will be chosen. 

This giveaway is now closed.  Thank you to all who entered and congrats to:

16 gretchen jackson said… CUTE! I want WAY more than 3 for my kiddos but i'd start with Cow, Pig, Ram probably… 🙂

Leanne Signature 2A big thank you to anamalz for providing the animals and tree for review as well as offering a giveaway to our fabulous readers.  All opinions are 100% ours and no form of monetary compensation was received in exchange for this very Rave Review. 

403 thoughts on “Anamalz Eco-Friendly Wooden Animals”

  1. We have a bunch of adorable anamalz, but I like some of the newer ones! One I think is a moose, a llama, and the baboon. I also love the tree and the farm!

  2. CUTE! I want WAY more than 3 for my kiddos but i’d start with Cow, Pig, Ram probably… 🙂

  3. I would have to start my collection with the pig, deer, and sheep. These are too cute, thanks for posting them!

  4. I would like to win the brontosaurus, crocodile and the pig.
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  5. My boys would like the torosaurus, T-rex, and the triceratops

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  11. We have a few anamalz already, and my son loves them! The textures are wonderful and the artistry is simple yet engaging. I’d love to add the llama, donkey and the bull to our growing collection.

  12. The kids would like the Torosaurus,Triceratops, and the Kangaroo.
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