LolliWolliWorld® is a family-owned business founded in 2005. After watching a documentary on National Geographic about African elephants facing possible extinction due to the ivory trade, IUCN Red List. We wanted to help bring attention to the plight of these gentle giants. We then decided to build a brand that not only educates about elephants but also includes vulnerable wildlife from around the world.
The first characters in our family of adorable animals are Lolli & Wolli. These two African Savanna elephants led the way to develop our wildlife sanctuary called Fruityland Island. Join them and the rest of their animal friends as they go on exciting adventures in their new home through books, games, plush toys, and much more.
Through play-based learning, LolliWolliWorld® children's products encourage purposeful change by raising awareness of wildlife conservation, and childhood nutrition.
Founder~ Marsha D.
For over 15 years, we've committed to this purpose, and we are honored to be part of helping wildlife and wild places around the world!
At Lolliwolliworld® we think wildlife is awesome, and believe that the right toys can foster a child's development, and spark their interest in learning about the amazing animals we share the planet with.
This is why we offer a wide selection of fun products that encourage exploration. We also believe that meaningful play creates opportunities for developing important skills, expanding imagination, and fostering an appreciation for wildlife, and nutrition.
You will find children's books, cartoons, toys, games, and much more for children ages 3-12. The colors are bright and lively, and the designs are bound to capture your child's imagination.
Before the delivery of goods, we have our professional QC staff check every product. Lolliwolliworld® takes pride in offering quality, durable, safe lines of products for children.
During play, kids stretch their imaginations. They create make-believe games or get lost in pretend worlds. Children act out different solutions while boosting their confidence.
They make their own rules and learn how to follow or adapt those rules as needed. These are helpful skills for navigating life and developing relationships with others.