Little lambs are often curious about all creatures great and small. But if your tyke is critter crazy, he’ll flip for Tutu Kids’s one-of-a-kind pillows, wall hangings, blankets, backpacks, and purses. Designed by European-born, Decatur-based architect and mompreneur Anja Weninger, the simple styles feature hand-cut felt appliques adored by parents and their progeny. Loose tails, floppy ears, metal grommets, and shiny sequins bring elephants, rhinos, and other four-legged friends to life. They’ll learn soon enough that it’s a zoo out there. Might as well go wild. Available at Beehive Co-Op, 1831a Peachtree Road, Buckhead (404-351-1166 or beehiveco-op.com). CHEER Red Bull Soapbox Race What: Watch 45 teams compete in wonderfully whacky, human-powered vehicles. Why: Costumes and silly skits included. When: Sat. Pits open, 11 a.m.; first race, 1 p.m. Where: 10th St., near Piedmont Park, Midtown (404-434-5636). HEAR Ellis Paul What: Kiddie crossover star (and Parents’ Choice award winner) rocks a singer-songwriter vibe for the small set. Why: Perfect for family folks. When: Sat., noon. Where: Eddie’s Attic, 515b N. McDonough St., Decatur (404-377-4976). SEE Artspalooza What: A once-a-year festival of free performances by musicians, dancers, puppeteers, storytellers, and more. Why: It’s the best fest of the year. When: Sat., 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Where: Woodruff Arts Center, Memorial Arts Building, 1280 Peachtree St., Midtown (404-733-5293).