Axolotl Helps To Educate
This Is More Than Just A Backpack! This Company Uses The Axolotl As Their Helper To Educate
There’s nothing better than a company that chooses to educate the younger generation! As a matter of fact, the one I’m talking about is Axol & Friends. They use their platform to teach others about endangered species and how to take good care of this one world we have. This is especially important to teach the little ones. They’re the future and depending on what they’ve learned is going to depend on what this big beautiful Earth looks like later. So, to say it’s important is kind of an understatement. Axol & Friends recently sent me a gorgeous backpack that is not only beautiful, but it’s vegan-made and holds everything! It’s called the World Changer Adventure Backpack. Everyone that sees this is going to want it.
A Backpack That Helps Educate
Have you ever heard of an Axolotl? Well, it’s an endangered species of Mexican salamander and they use it to get the attention of the world! First of all, it’s as cute as a button. Second, it can regenerate parts of its body. Talk about resilience! It’s the perfect “mascot” to put on your products, that’s for sure. Another great thing about this company is that they only create sustainable toys and accessories that bring light to the world’s endangered plant and animal species. If that isn’t a purpose, I don’t know what is. Also, in order to get kids interested in our environment, they donate a portion of every sale to various nonprofit partners. All you have to do is purchase something you like and they’ll do the hard part!
A Little More Information
You can use this book bag for so many things. Obviously, you can use it for school, but imagine the possibilities! You could use it as a diaper bag, hiking bag, beach bag, or even a camera bag! There are so many uses, but that’s only a very small few. The wonderful thing about it is that while you’re using it, you can feel good that it’s not real leather. It’s made out of vegan ingredients and no animals were ever hurt to make it. That should make anyone smile. Oh, and here’s one more thing to smile about. For every backpack sold, they plant 10 trees!
The size of the backpack is 14 inches tall and 11 inches wide. It has 7 pockets and the main compartment will hold a 13-inch laptop/iPad. If you or your little needs a book bag (or whatever you decide to call it), this is the one for you!