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The Very Hungry Caterpillar Onesie, Where the Wild Things Are Onesie, Everyone Poops Onesie Review by May Elstrom

Out of Print Clothing
(212) 572-2220
1745 Broadway Floor 5
New York, NY 10019

I am a bibliophile; particularly a collector of children’s books. I’m also a grandma now, which means I get to buy baby clothes and children’s books all over again. It’s even better when the baby clothes have illustrations from beloved children’s books printed on them, like the short sleeve bodysuits from Out of Print Clothing.

The onesies are bright, colorful, gender-neutral, and they bring a smile to my face. Who can resist Eric Carle’s very hungry caterpillar, or Maurice Sendak’s artwork for Where The Wild Things Are? The illustration from Everyone Poops is blunt and funny, showing the backsides of a zebra, a goose, a pig, and a toddler on a potty chair all doing their business. Everyone Poops may not be your preference, and it may not be appropriate for an older child to wear, but it’s definitely ironic for a baby who seems to eat, sleep and poop all day long.

The bodysuits are generously sized, one-hundred percent cotton, with the envelope style neckline that slips easily over a child’s head without having to deal with extra snaps. The book images printed on the shirts are well-applied and should remain intact if the care instructions are followed (cold water wash, tumble dry low). The cotton is thick, soft and stretchy, and the three snaps at the crotch are secure. The leg openings have soft cotton seam binding sewn around the edges for a finished appearance. The onesies can easily be worn alone in hot summer months or tucked into shorts or pants for spring and fall.

Out of Print Clothing has book-themed items for adults, children, and babies: clothing, tote bags, mugs, jewelry and more. When you purchase items from Out of Print Clothing, they donate books to communities in need. I am impressed with their mission, their designs and the quality of the onesies that I received. Out of Print Clothing has the perfect bibliophile gift for baby showers, birthdays, graduations, teacher appreciation, Mother’s Day or anytime. Some of their items just made it onto my personal wishlist.

-Product review by May Elstrom, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, LLC, May, 2018