Red/Blue Puffer Fish Bookends with White BaseItem#: HN-OW036
Let your child's imagination run wild with these adorable puffer fish bookends. Take one look at the cute little fish on each piece, and you can almost imagine it swimming through the water. Each bookend has a hand-painted white finish that complements the brighter colors of the red and blue fish, and the bookends have a special design that can hold up or support even the heaviest of books, letting your child keep favorite books nearby for bedtime reading sessions.
- Features hand-painted nautical theme
- Constructed from engineered wood
- Has great holding capacity
- Assembles easily with glue and screws
- Base is white with red or blue fish
- Handcrafted in the USA
- Weighs 6 lbs.
- Measures 7L x 5W x 6.75H in.
Capture the imagination of your young reader with Red or Blue Puffer Fish Bookends. In marine life, these unique fish, also known as blowfish, are slow, clumsy swimmers, but their ability to inflate themselves by ingesting large amounts of water makes them inedible when approached by predators. The Red/Blue Puffer Fish Bookends are made in the USA using manufactured wood. Each whimsical and brightly colored puffer is mounted on a white base using glue and screws for a durable bookend that will outlast the childhood years. Books are more inviting than ever with these impulsive little fish swimming among the volumes.
OneWorld was started by Jay Brandt and Pam Gold more than a decade ago. Originally unique products were imported from Indonesia, but as OneWorld grew, they became the manufacturer of their entire product line. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, OneWorld has raised the bar in kid's decor with thousands of products designed to accessorize and complete a child's room. At OneWorldKids, accessorizing is all about style, color, and fun.
Dimensions & Specifications
5W x 6.75D x 7H inches
- Medium-size, quirky modern wall clock
- Dimensions: 11W x 1.25D x 10.25H inches
- Durable screen-printed plastic construction
- Battery powered, high-quality quartz movement
- 1965 reproduction fish design