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Elly Lu Organic Stuffed Animals + Book

Our designs are inspired by the coastal towns we have lived in: Kailua-Kona, Hawaii; Oxnard, California; and Anchorage, Alaska. 

We also aim to make sustainable toys from the ground up. Our toys are made with organic cotton fabrics that are grown without the use of pesticides, GMO's, and synthetic fertilizers, and dyed with non-toxic dyes. They are filled with natural corn fiber.* They are ethically manufactured in Sri Lanka. 

*There are still a few options on our website that have recycled polyfil stuffing. We are phasing out of this stuffing. Please read each product description on the product page before purchasing.

  • All of our toys are OCS 100 certified meaning the outer fabric used is organically grown. 
  • The fabrics are dyed with non-toxic dyes
  • Our toys have been third party safety tested for ages 0+*
  • All of our toys' features are either printed or embroidered on
  • To find out where we donate please visit our "Where We Give" page.
  • All toys and characters are copyrighted.

* Always supervise infants or young children when playing with any toy

Norman the Narwhal is a winner of Family Choice Award for 2018 and DrToy's 10 Best Socially Responsible Products Award for 2017!

Meet Norman!  This cute and cuddly narwhal is made of organically grown cotton fabric. He is filled with natural corn fiber.  He is available in two sizes: "Standard" 15 inches or "Mini" 8 inches. 

Narwhal facts: Narwhals live in the Arctic waters of Greenland, Canada, Norway, and Russia. Although the narwhal's tusk looks like a horn on top of its head, it's actually a really long tooth that protrudes from its upper lip! This tooth can grow up to ten feet long!


Meet Makana! Makana means "gift" in Hawaiian. This cute and cuddly monk seal is made of organically grown cotton fabrics. The outer fabric is dyed with non-toxic dyes. She is filled with organic buckwheat hulls and organic cotton.  She is available in two sizes: "Standard" 15 inches or "Mini" 8 inches.

Hawaiian monk seal facts: Monk seals enjoy swimming around Hawaii's beautiful reefs looking for fish, octopus, lobsters, crabs, and eels to snack on. Mother Hawaiian monk seals are dedicated to their pups when they are born and remain with them constantly for the first five or six weeks of their lives. They don't eat during this time and some mama monk seals lose hundreds of pounds!

Currently, they are considered critically endangered with only an estimated 1,100-1,300 alive today.


Meet Tucker! This stuffed sea turtle is made of organically grown cotton fabric. He is filled with natural corn fiber.  He is available in two sizes: "Standard" 15 inches or "Mini" 8 inches. 

Sea turtle facts:
Six of the seven species of sea turtles are currently listed as endangered: The green turtle, Leatherback, Hawksbill, Kemp's Ridley, Olive Ridley, and Flatback.

The largest sea turtle is the leatherback sea turtle. It grows up to 7 feet long and weighs up to 2,000 pounds! The largest leatherback ever found was 8.5 feet long and weighed 2,020 pounds!


Winner of Family Choice Award for 2018 and DrToy's 10 Best Socially Responsible Products Award for 2017!

Norman the narwhal finds a warm current that leads south to Hawaii. Follow him as he makes new friends and tries new things! The book cites fun facts throughout the story. Learn some Hawaiian phrases, and some scientific facts about narwhals, monk seals, and mermaids ;)!