Playskool Mr. Potato Head Super Spud
|Price history for Playskool Mr. Potato Head Super Spud|
Didn't find the right price? Set price alert below
- For ages 2+
- 46 pieces!
- Enough pieces to make Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head and pets!
Includes: Large: Mr. Potato Head container, baseball cap, one pair of eyes, nose, tow ears, and mouth. Regular size: Two potato bodies, four arms, two noses, two tongues, pair of lips, two ears with earrings, two ears, three pairs of eyes, hairdo, two pairs of pants with legs, four hats, pair of...
Helpful Books & Magazines:
Mr. Potato Head: The Busy Day [With 100 Reusable Stickers]Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.. 2008
Kids can have a great time as they join Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head for a happy day on the town and help to create street, store, and open-air market scenes with the 100 reusable stickers. Full color. Consumable.
Mr. Potato HeadPlayskool Books. 1999
Children's favorite character and sticker storybook format make a winning combination. With over 100 full-color reusable stickers, children can create different scenes every time they read this book. They can also design their own Mr. Potato Head faces by arranging body-part stickers on several blank Mr. Potato Head faces. (Consumable)
Funny Face!Krause Publications. 2011
The spud everybody loves to play with is turning 50 years old! Mr. Potato Head has delighted generations of children and now everyone can have a detailed look at the exciting history of the toy potato that has fascinated the world for half a century. This colorful book follows Mr. Potato Head from his birth in 1952 at the hands of Hassenfeld Bros., to the addition of Mrs. Potato Head and all the variations on the original, including the Jumpin1 Mr. Potato Head and the Toy Story version. Funny Face also highlights the pop culture aspect of the popular toy, including the toy premiums and other marketing items, such as Mr. Potato Head Ice Pops and the Potato Head Game that sprouted from its popularity.
The History and Social Influence of the PotatoCambridge University Press. 1985
First published in 1949, this remarkable book is the culmination of a life-long study of every aspect of the potato. Dr Salaman is concerned first with the history of the potato as a member of the botanical genus Solanum, its adaptation by man as a cultivated plant, and the record of its spread throughout the world; secondly he considers the influence the potato has exerted upon the social structure and economy of different peoples at different times. The archaeological and anthropological evidence for the early significance of the potato among the peoples of Latin America is discussed in detail with numerous illustrations, but the central portion of the book is concerned with the European, and particularly the Irish evidence. Naturally the Great Hunger is the most dramatic single episode in the entire work, and Dr Salaman does full justice to his tragic theme, concluding with the observation that in Ireland 'the potato ended in wrecking both exploited and exploiter'. Elegantly written, with numerous vivid anecdotes, Salaman's History has long enjoyed the status of a classic. This revised impression, with a new introduction and emendations by Professor J. G. Hawkes, enables another generation of readers to sample what Eric Hobsbawm has referred to as 'that magnificent monument of scholarship and humanity'.
Timeless ToysAndrews McMeel Publishing. 2005
The book Why Didn't I Think of That! includes the passage "If a toy has magic, when people see it they say, 'Oooh! What is that?' . . . It appeals to the kid in everybody." That same kind of magic captures "the kid in everybody" when they pick up Timeless Toys: Classic Toys and the Playmakers Who Created Them. Timeless Toys represents one of the finest documentaries and displays of modern toys ever written. Author Tim Walsh, a successful toy inventor himself, reveals a world of commerce, toys, and wonder that is equally fun, fascinating, and nostalgic. Readers of every age and background will find it impossible to pick up this book, turn a few pages, and not become spellbound by its insightful stories and the personal memories that the text and 420 brilliantly colored photographs bring forth. Slinky, Lego, Tonka trucks, Monopoly, Big Wheel, Frisbee, Hula Hoop, Super Ball, Scrabble, Barbie, Radio Flyer Wagons: All of these and many, many more are featured in this fascinating tome, along with the toys' histories, insider profiles, and rare interviews with toy industry icons. It's simply magic!
Simple AppealMartingale. 2014
With this generous collection of 14 brand-new charming quilts, Kim Diehl uses modern time-saving techniques and rich fabric pairings to pay homage to our quilting heritage. Create simple, beautiful patterns and motifs in warm, welcoming projects for decorating. Choose from appealing projects ranging from a pincushion to table toppers, lap quilts, wall quilts, and a bed quilt Learn a variety of techniques: traditional patchwork, invisible machine applique and wool applique on cotton backgrounds Use Kim's popular "Pin Point" tip boxes throughout and enjoy the wonderful photography her books are known for
Related News & Articles
Kohl's 2015 Black Friday Deals & Full Ad PrintoutNovember 16, 2015 - Gazette Review
T.W. 3-Stone Diamond Sterling Silver Ring is $69.99 which is an enormous deal since this is usually $355; Shopkins Small Smart Step 2 Shopping Car, Mr. Potato Head Super Spud, and Nerf Alpha Trooper Toys $17.99 which is a good deal as it usually is...
Bumble Spud - Toy GalleryApril 28, 2014 - seibertron.com
Live Action Films Section · Transformers: The Last Knight Movie News · The Last Knight Super Fan Event · Movie Toy Galleries · Movie Related Galleries · Live Action Movies Forum · Media · Media Section · Transformers: Earth Wars Mobile App...
Dolled up or working, Barbie crushes girls' career dreams, study saysMarch 6, 2014 - Los Angeles Times
But among equal-opportunity-conscious parents, it might spur a sales bump for Playskool's (formerly Hasbro's) Mrs. Potato Head, who, compared with Barbie, has a shape decidedly closer to that of most American women and apparently a lot more going on...
Find the Top Toy Brands on Kids' Wish Lists This Holiday at Kohl'sSeptember 18, 2013 - EON: Enhanced Online News (press release)
“Customers can shop with confidence knowing we have significantly expanded our online toy assortment and have a deep selection of trusted national toy brands, such as Mattel, Playskool and VTech, available at prices everyone can afford.” Starting today...
NEW: Hasbro's Mr. Potato Head Turns 60February 15, 2012 - GoLocalProv
In a further pop culture mash-up, Mr. Potato Head will also unveil new looks in The Amazing Spider-Man Spider Spud and Star Wars Darthh Tater characters this Spring in line with the feature film releases of The Amazing Spider-Man and Star Wars: Episode...
Transformers: Till All Are One #11April 9, 2017 - seibertron.com
With Elita One's influence closing in around Starscream, he's desperate to make any alliances he can. Turns out, a powerful ally might already be within his grasp. But is he willing to risk his own sanity to reach them?...
Holiday Wish Guide: Mr. Potato Head Pop Taters (STAR WARS, MARVEL & more) by PPW Toys...December 7, 2014 - The Rock Father
With interchangeable pieces as you'd expect from a Mr. Potato Head, it's important to note that these are mix-and-match with other spuds from the Pop Tater line due to sizing. It's also interesting on a design note that the spud itself is made of a...
Let toys be toys: The case for gender-neutral marketingSeptember 24, 2015 - CNN
Our childhood toys: Then and now – Monopoly was first issued by Parker Brothers in 1935, though there is some controversy about who invented the game. Some say it was Charles Darrow during the Depression, others say it was originally Elizabeth Phillips...
Steampunk Mr. Potato Head: Meet Spudnik Von TrapMay 13, 2011 - Technabob (blog)
We've featured a few variants of Mr. Potato Head in the past, but none of them are as creative as this one, especially since it's not actually an official variant. This steampunk Mr. Potato Head was made by Sarah Calvillo, who named her creation...
Is Hello Barbie eavesdropping on your kids?December 4, 2015 - CNN
Susan Linn is author of "The Case for Make Believe: Saving Play in a Commercialized World" and a psychologist at Harvard Medical School. The opinions expressed in this commentary are hers. () Imaginary play is one of childhood's most deeply...
Playskool Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head Super Spud
Chuck E Cheese and Mr Potato Head Super Spud TOY SURPRISE | Family Fun for kids
Playskool Friends - 5 Life Lessons w/ Mr. Potato Head
Mr. Potato Head Super Star Spud & Pirate Spud Playskool Mix and Match
Playskool Friends Mr Potato Head Marvel Spider Spud Suitcase