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These four mini-jigsaws are each divided into four colorful pieces. This set features young princesses accessorized with crowns and wands.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29620 (added 7/20/2010)
These four mini-jigsaws are each divided into four colorful pieces. This set features a train, plane, truck and boat.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29619 (added 7/20/2010)
The gentle concepts of this book aim to inspire children to love the natural world. Animals Everywhere is designed to teach children about animal habitats from snowy mountains to dusty deserts.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29618 (added 7/20/2010)
The gentle concepts of this book aim to inspire children to love the natural world. Little Helpers shows kids that small actions taken each day can make a big difference in helping the Earth.
Awards: 2010 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29617 (added 7/20/2010)
Ten chunky books can be stacked or stored to turn even a few minutes into a learning lesson. Concepts include colors, shapes, rhymes, opposites and more. The book tower is available in Little Animal or Little Learning versions.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29616 (added 7/20/2010)
This giant floor puzzle is full of colorful, adorable dogs. Each puppy has style, attitude and class. The puzzle is 2" x 3" when completed.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 27383 (added 2/26/2010)
This plush, based on the book, will be sure to make kids smile.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 26798 (added 1/27/2010)
This nifty book provides a script that highlights junior's parts, plus has masks for characters to wear.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 26797 (added 1/27/2010)
Children learn that common shapes can be found everywhere in this 8-page, bathtime, anytime fun book. Launch date: September 1999.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 26796 (added 1/27/2010)
From three snowy white polar bears to seven fluffy bunnies, kids will love reading the 10-page rhyming board book and counting to ten with all the wonderful numbers in nature! Next, they can use the game cards to match all the animal sets. Launch date: September 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 26795 (added 1/27/2010)
What's more fun than a barrel of monkeys? How about a house full of 'em? Kids poke the dots and hear them pop as they learn to count down from 10 in the favorite childhood rhyme "Ten Little Monkeys." "Fun, tactile books help kids learn to count — without losing count! Raised buttons pop in on every page so kids can press them as they count," Rich Hill, director of marketing for innovativeKids, told TDmonthly. Launch date: August 5, 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 25010 (added 8/19/2009)
This iBaby Float Along set includes a book that teaches early-learning concepts and include three floatable turtle toys to serve as bath toys. The bath book teaches children all about opposites as the turtles float in the tub during bathtime. By Ana Martin Larranaga (illustrator).
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23592 (added 5/7/2009)
A hermit crab is in search of a place to be alone by the seashore, but he discovers that many creatures call the seashore home. Sidebar facts about sea lions, starfish, pelicans, and other amazing animals introduce kids to life at the seashore. By Ruth Koeppel (author) and Scott McBee (illustrator).
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23591 (added 5/7/2009)
Little Pirate spots a spider aboard the ship. Is it an insect? By exploring the difference between spiders and insects, Little Pirate - along with the reader - discovers the wonders of the world of bugs.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23571 (added 5/6/2009)
The doctor is in, and he's ready to help make sense of the five senses! Kids will have a blast reading a wacky poem about all the senses, and then they'll have fun learning basic anatomy and spelling with an exciting, riddle-packed version of the classic game hangman!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23570 (added 5/6/2009)
It's not just birds that hatch from eggs, as Little Pirate discovers. After finding an egg in a nest near their ship, Little Pirate, Mystic, and Parrot ask questions and make observations as they learn all about animals that hatch from eggs.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23569 (added 5/6/2009)
Bobby the bat can read-most of the time. But he just can't see when it comes to sight words. Finally, with the help of a wise old owl, Bobby becomes the best reader in Bat Town! After reading the story, kids can sharpen their own sight word skills by playing an innovative version of the classic card game slap.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23568 (added 5/6/2009)
Though one tree in a meadow seems all alone, this story shows how that tree is important in the lives of so many other living things. The 20-page hardcover book itself is made from 98-percent recycled materials. Launch date: April 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23313 (added 4/17/2009)
Conceived by 13-year old Zach Levins, Repeat or you’re obsolete is a memory game. Players make noises, act things out, create stories, make lists, and play with words in a fast-paced, memory building, pay-attention-or-you’re-out game. It includes a 32-page bonus book of memory tips and tricks. The game received a 2008 iParenting Media’s Best Children’s Product Award.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 22557 (added 2/23/2009)
This book and bag combination with sparkly, pop-out Easter eggs features whimsical text that introduces a new pop-out on each page. Kids can collect the eggs and fill their bag as they read, and then follow directions to create their own Easter egg hunt. Launch date: February 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20800 (added 9/29/2008)
Tender rhyme and beautiful illustrations offer the opportunity for parent-child bonding and provide the perfect backdrop for a family's most precious photos. Simply slide a photo into place on each page to personalize the treasured keepsake. Launch date: February 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20799 (added 9/29/2008)
Was King Arthur real? What were the coolest weapons that knights carried? How were castles built? And what was the best way to capture one? Kids will learn the answers to these questions along with countless other facts in this fascinating introduction to the world of medieval knights and castles. It includes 16 custom chess pieces, a 24-page fact-book and two games: Chess and Capture the Castle. Launch date: September 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20798 (added 9/29/2008)
Otis C. Mouse lives a happy life in New York City — until he accidentally gets whisked away to Egypt. His epic adventure begins with a whirlwind tour of the country's history and culture. Launch date: September 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20797 (added 9/29/2008)
With eight 12-page books, 32 flash cards, a parent guide and an eight-page activity book, "Word Play" is packed with games, activities and stories. Launch date: September 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20796 (added 9/29/2008)
Little Pirate sees something fly by in the night sky and wonders what it could be. As he asks questions and makes observations, Little Pirate — along with the reader — learns all about nocturnal animals. Launch date: September 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20795 (added 9/29/2008)
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