From its humble roots in Larchmont, New York to outer space . . .
soars the Hugg-A-Planet, the creation of Larchmont’s Forenza family. Hugg-A-Planet is a soft-sculpture globe that is both a pillow and a teaching device. And one is on the International Space Station, and was used in a discussion with students to describe landing. Gotta love the flashlight "sun" shining on the Hugg-a-Planet earth. Watch the full video lesson here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sA8hlAyggdc&feature=player_embedded