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Whoopi's Favorite Things For The Holidays

By The View | Dec 14th, 2016

Christmas is coming up fast. If you're still having a tough time with someone on your gift list, check out some of Whoopi's favorite things this holiday season.

Food Bank For New York City
There's no greater gift than giving back. Every day, 1.4 million New Yorkers, including 1 in 5 children, struggle with hunger. Find a food bank near you by going to MatchTheMeals.org or FeedingAmerica.org.

Soapsox
This is great for kids who don't love to take a bath. The soap pocket turns the Soapsox into a washcloth. There are tons of cute designs to choose from — from animals to Disney characters. $12.99 at soapsoxkids.com.

Kidioke
This was created by a dad who wanted his kids to know the songs we all grew up with. The songs can tell a story children can understand, including 'What a Wonderful World,' 'Lullaby' and more. $19.99 at kidiokemedia.com.

Two Gypsea Souls
This rock 'n roll clothing line has one-of-a-kind pieces including super soft flannels. You can even custom order with your favorite band or artist. $120-$160 at twogypseasouls.net.

Q Squared NYC
This melamine table ware look like fine porcelain and ceramic and each piece is hand drawn. $6+ at qsquarednyc.com.

Mark Roberts Christmas Santas & Elves
These collectible fairies, Santas, elves and witches are limited edition. They've got home décor for all seasons. $40+ at christmas-magic.com.

Patience Brewster Collection 
Patience has created unique three-dimensional ornaments and gifts, and lots of beautiful tabletop items. She also carries tea towels and pillows. $6+ at patiencebrewster.com.

Echo Dot
This hands-free, voice-controlled device uses "Alexa" to play music, control smart home devices, read the news, set alarms and more. It can also control lights, fans, thermostats, garage doors and sprinklers. $49.99 at amazon.com.

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