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Now I Know My 1,2,3’s introduces children to numbers 1 through 100 with fun, rhyming text and hands-on activities. Over 100 magnetic pieces, a magnetic board, write-on/wipe-off pages, and a write-on/wipe-off marker provide hours of fun and learning!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10800 (added 12/27/2006)
This board book by Steven Otfinoski and S. Graham Otfinoski, and illustrated by Jack Graham, urges kids to search for coins with the same date as their birth year. It’s a hot seller at Blue Turtle Toys in Dayton, Ohio, owner Carolyn Meyer told TDmonthly. Launch Date: September 2000.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9830 (added 10/26/2006)
This Phonics Comics level 3 is about the stories kids think they know ... but they'll discover the "twists" in "Hansel and Gretel," "Little Red Riding Hood" and "The Three Billy Goats Gruff" in these new takes on old tales. Written by Kitty Richards and illustrated by Fernando Juarez. Launch date: July 2006. (Read Review)
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9049 (added 8/17/2006)
Phonics Comics now has seven new titles in a new, smaller format: Duke and Fang, Super Sam, Meet the Sparkplugs, Twisted Tales, Spooky Sara, The Misfits, and Time Travelers (all Level 3). Kids can use this three-tiered leveling system to improve reading at a beginning, intermediate or advanced stage. They're easy to read, but hard to put down. Launch date: July 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8533 (added 7/11/2006)
Milly Mouse packs her suitcase to go to Bunny's house. But what will she take? Her yellow socks? Her birthday cake? Kids can find out what happens when her suitcase doesn't hold it all in this beginning Level 1 reader with 24 rebus puzzles. The book is 24 pages and has 24 two-piece puzzles. Other titles include "The Big Race" (Level 2, ages 5-7), Dinosaurs (Level 3, ages 6-8), and Clue School (Level 4, ages 7 and up). All titles include puzzles, too. Launch date: July 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8532 (added 7/11/2006)
This book is jam-packed with everything kids should know about contributing to and making a difference in the world around them. "A Kid's Guide to Giving" originated when author Freddi Zeiler decided to donate the money from her piggy bank. There were so many charitable organizations to choose from, she didn't know where to begin. So she set out to research them all. Freddi has broken down her findings in a comprehensible guide to giving money, volunteering, donating goods and organizing charity events. The book was developed in conjunction with By Kids for Kids, a company dedicated to inspiring the innovative spirit within every kid. It's illustrated by Ward Schumaker. Launch date: October 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8531 (added 7/11/2006)
From hiding lost teeth in a safe to burying them outside, Max does his best to outsmart the tooth fairy, but she always seems to be one step ahead of him. This enchanting tale comes with a soft pillow that has a built-in tooth box for storing teeth. The pillow opens to record lost teeth. Written by
Melanie Marks and illustrated by Jennifer Kalis. Launch date: October 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8530 (added 7/11/2006)
Babies choose the appropriate animal for each page and slip the chick into the nest, the lamb into the hay and the baby into the bed in this sleepy-time board book. Included play pieces fit easily into "bed"-shaped pockets and store in the book between readings. Launch date: August 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8529 (added 7/11/2006)
Babies will learn colors as they mix and match the images in this fun and imaginative split board book. The thick, chunky pages let little hands grasp and turn to reveal exciting new combinations of babies, their clothes and their toys. Written by Tish Rabe and illustrated by Ana Larranaga. Launch date: August 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8528 (added 7/11/2006)
A reindeer finger puppet with a magnetic nose "sniffs" out the correct answer on each page of this board book. Santa needs help on Christmas Eve and the reindeer helps him wrap the presents, pack the sleigh and deliver everything in time for Christmas. Launch date: October 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8527 (added 7/11/2006)
Children use a purple bat finger puppet to search for different objects on each page of this sturdy board book. The finger puppet's magnetic nose locks on to each correct answer with a satisfying click. In Spooky Night, written by Tish Rabe and illustrated by Brenda Sexton, it's a spooky night and Batty Bat is ready for fun. Kids search for ghosts, monsters, witches and more as they help Batty find his spooky friends. Launch date: September 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8526 (added 7/11/2006)
There are more than 40 pieces to sort, match and play with in this kit. A 19-page book introduces the foxes, who need to sort and match animals, shapes, clothes, foods and more. More than ten different games strengthen early math skills, reading skills, critical thinking and object recognition. There's also a built-in sorting tray. Launch date: July 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8525 (added 7/11/2006)
Sugar and Spice are two cardboard dolls with lots of exciting magnetic clothes and accessories. They come with 9 play scenes, a storage tray, and 60 magnetic pieces that help them stay in fashion. And there are no pieces to punch out ... everything's ready for play. They're illustrated by Lisa Perrett. Launch date: October 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8523 (added 7/11/2006)
Kids will have a blast mixing and matching word tiles to create countless hilarious stories. And by using magnetic color-coded parts of speech, the Now I'm Reading! Silly Story Laboratory makes the basics of grammar really stick. The magnetic words can be used on the fridge, too. The game and stories are written by Nora Gaydos, an elementary school teacher who's available for events, and illustrated by BB Sams. Launch date: July 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8522 (added 7/11/2006)
The only thing better than one baby dolphin is three of them -- especially when they come packed in the mesh spine of this floatable baby bath book. Babies learn colors and learn to love dolphins, too, as they play with the book and the little rubber dolphins that accompany it. Launch date: August 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8521 (added 7/11/2006)
Perfect for peek-a-boo, this easy-to-use mask book will entertain and amuse babies for hours! Parents can actually become the animal they are reading about! Crafted by child development experts, parents, and educators, iBaby™ books let babies be babies. Launch Date: August 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7621 (added 4/20/2006)
Groovy Tubes offer more than just a book-they allow children to learn on many levels through reading and playing. An educational book, with fascinating facts, zany illustrations, and photographs or realistic art, provides the base of this three-tiered package. Activities at the back of the book and a game board folded into the box with fact-filled quiz cards will provide hours of fun. The play creatures in the spine tube extend the learning in a tactile way, as all components work together to familiarize children with the subject matter.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7620 (added 4/20/2006)
Warped witches, big bad wolves, terrible trolls — kids find out what REALLY happened in these sidesplitting retellings of three classic fairy tales: "Hansel and Gretel," "Little Red Riding Hood" and "The Three Billy Goats Gruff." It hits stores July 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7148 (added 3/7/2006)
Three Little Duckies first splashed into kids’ tubs in March 2006. This soft bath book comes with three classic rubber duckies to help tiny tots count from 1 to 3. iBaby books are designed to let babies be babies and learn at their own natural pace. The book is written by Jan Jogran and illustrated by Jackie Parsons and Ana Larranaga. It measures 8.5” x 6” x 2.5”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6393 (added 1/6/2006)
iBaby books let babies be babies: Each is created with parents, educators and child development experts who believe that babies develop at their own natural pace. Each book comes with a hangtag activity guide filled with suggestions for parents about how to use each book. “Happy Baby” is a board book that introduces babies to their moods and to the world around them. It includes a magnetic plush ring that holds 20 look-and-learn flashcards illustrated with baby-thrilling images, such as “Dog.” A pocket at the back of the book easily stores the flashcards. The book measures 7” x 5.75” x 0.75”. It’s illustrated by Jackie Parsons and Ana Larranaga. Launch date: March 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6392 (added 1/6/2006)
Peek-a-boo surprises await baby at every turn in this personalizable lift-the-flap book. Parents can insert 4” x 6” family photos behind the flaps to help Baby recognize that identify family and friends. The book also introduces Baby to the concept that hidden objects still exist – an essential learning milestone. The book’s spine is bound in soft felt and tied with ribbons. Coming out in March 2006, “Peek-a-Boo! I See Mommy, Daddy, and … me!” has 10 pages with 5 flaps and measures 7” x 7” x 0.9”. It’s written by Leslie Bockol and illustrated by Jackie Parsons and Ana Larranaga. Launch date: March 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6383 (added 1/6/2006)
Starting in March 2006, babies will be able to learn about shapes, numbers and colors with this innovative Play Pockets book. The soft accordion-style cloth books open to more than two feet of unmatched play. Baby will learn to recognize objects by playing with the colorful, patterned mix-and-match cards and to count using liftable flaps on the other side of the book. The package measures 8”x6.5”x2”. The book contains 5 dual-sided connected flaps that fold flat. It can hang on the crib with cloth ties, or stand on its own. The colored and patterned cards mix and match to create more than 50 combinations. Concept by Karen Craig, illustrated by Ana Larranaga.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6382 (added 1/6/2006)
"Get Ready for Kindergarten!" provides useful information, advice and hands-on tools that children and parents need for a confident and successful first year. It includes reusable games, activity books, hands-on learning pieces and a comprehensive 96-page parent guide. READ MOM REVIEW
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4972 (added 10/10/2005)
Two game books in one, Tie Your Shoes has two distinct sides: the first side, "Bunny Ears," teaches kids how to tie their shoes in that style and also includes several games that incorporate the idea of opposites. Games like "Left and Right" and "Moonwalk" will help kids understand the concept of small/big, up/down, tall/short, etc. The front and back covers of the book have shoelaces attached for practicing.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4966 (added 10/10/2005)
Kids can make sure Santa hears their side of the story with this product. The kit comes with 10 stationary sheets, a holiday pencil, 10 envelopes, a self-inking stamp, stickers, and a countdown-to-Christmas calendar, everything they need to contact jolly old Saint Nick. The package comes in a keepsake box topped off by a red Santa hat.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4965 (added 10/10/2005)
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