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Made of heavy-duty, die-cast metal, this rebirth of the Kitchen Littles line showcases cookware in stylish miniature form. Suggested retail price for sets in the line is roughly $20 to $25. Launch date: 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 17769 (added 2/27/2008)
The ride-on is intended for toddlers over the age of 18 months. The ride-on features a unique spring system that links the two-level seat, a curved seat for security and caster wheels that make changing direction easy. The ride-on can fold into a fraction of its original size, making it convenient for parents to carry and store. Launch date: December 2007.
— “Fropper by International Playthings…we sold every one as soon as they came in and we have them on back order,” Kathy Byrd, owner of Fantasy Island Toys in Fairhope, Ala., told TDmonthly.
— “Fropper is new and doing well,” Josh Darby, manager of Toy Up in Little Rock, Ark., told TDmonthly in early 2008.
— Two of 45 retailers who spoke with TDmonthly in early 2008 singled out the Fropper as their stores’ most popular ride-on. The Fropper continued to be a favorite into spring 2010, cited by two of 37 retailers during a TDmonthly survey on best-selling ride-ons, with sales of two to 10 per month.
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ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18090 (added 3/24/2008)
Each soft puppet is designed to fit on an adult's hand for play between child and caregiver. Additionally, each puppet features its own mini hand puppet with sound, a mirror on one foot, a satin appliqué on the other foot, a squeaking tail, a plastic link for hanging and take-along fun and a chunky body, allowing it to sit upright on its own. Launch date: December 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18456 (added 4/17/2008)
The walker and ride-on toy for toddlers features quiet, non-abrasive wheels that are great for indoor or outdoor use. The ride-on also features folding legs and a shoulder strap, making the toy easy to store and transport. No assembly is required. This product is intended for children over the age of 18 months. Launch date: December 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18457 (added 4/17/2008)
This developmental toy features a squeaking belly, a crinkly red tail, multiple-textured teething rings, a colorful beak, colorful legs and wings and much more.
— “The Earl E. Bird by Earlyears — we sell about one a week and it has been our best-selling infant toy for a long time,” Melodie Ingwersen, owner of Creativity For Kids in Columbia, S.C., told TDmonthly in March 2008.
— Two of 41 retailers who spoke with TDmonthly in March 2008 named the Earlyears' line by International Playthings as their best-selling infant and toddler line.
— The toy is machine-washable, making it convenient for moms and sanitary for babies.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18636 (added 4/29/2008)
These wind-up bath toys are available in turtle, seal and frog varieties. Each splashes and swims around the tub. This item is intended for children over the age of 18 months.
— “International Playthings — they all sell well,” Greg Larson, owner of Larson’s Toys and Games in Columbus, Ohio, told TDmonthly in March 2008, when asked to name his best-selling bath toy.
— Peg Scholtes, owner of Capitol Kids Ltd. in Madison, Wis., told TDmonthly in March 2008 that “wind-up bath toys” are one of the store’s best sellers.
— In March 2008, David Hesel, owner of The Toy Shop of Concord in Concord, Mass., told TDmonthly that International Playthings Inc. produces some of the best-selling bath toys in his store.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18653 (added 4/30/2008)
The 13-piece travel playset is based on the popular series “Bob the Builder.” Each piece is magnetized, so kids can create and recreate scenes endlessly.
— Three of 40 retailers agreed in March 2008 that Imaginetics are the best-selling travel games in their stores.
— Fifteen percent of retailers who spoke with TDmonthly in March 2008 said magnetic playsets are the best-selling travel products in their stores.
— "Any type of small travel games and magnetic stickers, such as Imaginetics," Jamie Burdette, owner of LB Toys in Media, Pa., told TDmonthly in March 2008, when asked to name his best-selling travel toy.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18654 (added 4/30/2008)
The playset lets kids reenact and embellish the classic Cinderella fairytale with story magnets. It comes complete with Cinderella and Prince Charming play figures, five play scenes and 60 magnets. The playset folds closed and latches into a handy box that can travel anywhere. Launch date: January 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18900 (added 5/19/2008)
The playset lets kids reenact and embellish the classic Goldilocks and the three bears tale with story magnets. It comes complete with four play figures and 48 magnets. The playset folds closed and latches into a handy box that can travel anywhere. Launch date: January 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18901 (added 5/19/2008)
When Laurel mouse is looking after her little mouse sister Melanie, and her hound dog friend Sparky, the kids learn that sharing toys is twice the fun. The adorable playset includes two mice, a hound dog, a horse rocker, a red toy car and two additional baby outfits on hangers. Launch date: January 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18902 (added 5/19/2008)
The toaster pops out toast, the heavy duty die-cast blender blades spin at the push of a button and the can opener opens cans. The set includes two cans fruit, a can opener, a jar of jam, two pieces of toast, a die-cast metal toaster, a lunch plate, a knife, an ice cream carton, three scoops of ice cream, an ice cream scoop, a die-cast metal blender, a carton or milk, a bottle of soda and four glasses. Launch date: Summer 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18903 (added 5/19/2008)
The colorful toy comes with 40 pieces of tubular construction, each made of unbreakable ABS plastic. There are four different types of interlocking pieces that can be combined and recombined in a variety of ways. Launch date: July 2001.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18904 (added 5/19/2008)
Kids can build exciting technological structures using the 270-piece gear set’s pillars, six-way axles, connectors, extenders, interlocking plates and meshing gears. The exclusive Universal Joints allow for greater freedom during construction. The set also includes a “chain” and “elastic belt” to transmit rotary motion to distant gears. Launch date: February 2004.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18905 (added 5/19/2008)
The 224-piece marble run set includes two exclusive double entrance funnels, three exclusive spirals, real glass marbles, base pieces for sturdy construction, extra long bridges for building larger structures and more. Launch date: April 2003.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18906 (added 5/19/2008)
The 200-piece marble run set features a vortex chamber, a large, double-entrance funnel, two exclusive spiral tracks, real marbles, extra long bridges for building larger structures and base pieces for sturdy construction. Launch date: February 2007.
— Jennifer Dees, assistant manager of Harbour Town Toys in Hilton Head, S.C., told TDmonthly that, "If it's in the window," they sell 4-6 units of this item each month.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18907 (added 5/19/2008)
The plush baby seal comes with a collectible fun fact card featuring gorgeous National Geographic photography and amazing facts about the seal. The 10” soft, furry seal is part of the Ice Animals collection. Launch date: June 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18908 (added 5/19/2008)
The plush elephant comes with a collectible fun fact card featuring gorgeous National Geographic photography and amazing facts about the elephant. The elephant, part of the African and Asian Mammals collection, stands 14” tall and features plush tusks. Launch date: June 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18909 (added 5/19/2008)
The eight-legged activity toy features a different color and texture for each crinkly, stretchy leg; a dangling, rattling fish; and a squeaking, hanging starfish. Flip the plush over and open the mirrored hatch on the bottom for additional play. Oliver also comes with a link to hang him from car seats, strollers, diaper bags and more. Launch date: February 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18910 (added 5/19/2008)
The toy’s innovative design features two permanently attached, nesting cylinders. Pulling up on the teether handle sounds a motion-activated squeaker and reveals hidden photo pockets and a shiny turtle. The toy also features space for three photos, adorable tactile friends and a put-and-take fishbowl. This item is intended for children over the age of six months. Launch date: February 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18911 (added 5/19/2008)
Children can learn their timetables with this mechanical calculator. Simply turn the knobs on the sides to select numbers between one and ten, and see multiplication and division equations at the same time. For example, “3 x 6 = 18 / 6 = 3.” “The tables tube is a fun, but inexpensive way of bringing the times tables wherever they go,” International Playthings Inc. Representative Nicole Tiedemann told TDmonthly. “Kids can surely use the practice, and will also love having a cool way of studying right in their pocket.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19136 (added 5/30/2008)
The drink-and-wet doll is excellent for both potty training and bath time. The 13” doll features an articulated vinyl body, painted hair, blue sleep eyes and a beautiful, cotton, flower-print sundress. “Kids will love Aquini's pink scalloped-edge bath tub as well as a butterfly sponge, diaper, pink bottle and hooded terry cloth towel,” International Playthings Inc. Representative Nicole Tiedemann told TDmonthly. “The doll also includes a bath tub, sponge, hooded towel, diaper and pacifier.” Launch date: January 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19137 (added 5/30/2008)
The 13” doll features sleep eyes, a soft body, a bean bag bottom and stylish clothes that can be easily put on and removed. The doll’s durable, rooted hair allows children to brush her hair over and over. Launch date: January 2008.
— “With Gotz, kids like [the doll] because it has long hair. Children seem to want hair rather than the bald guys,” Helen Ullrich, assistant manager of Hardware Center Inc., told TDmonthly. “We usually sell 10 a month.”
— Two of 62 specialty retailers named Gotz as a best-selling doll line in their stores in early summer 2008.
— “Unlike most other dolls, Muffin's has brown-rooted hair, styled in a fashionable 'bob' that can be shampooed and blown dry,” International Playthings Inc. Representative Nicole Tiedemann told TDmonthly. Muffin’s beautiful brunette locks resemble real-hair structure and maintain a full and healthy appearance after many years of play.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19138 (added 5/30/2008)
The Sea Turtle comes with a "fun-fact" card that includes a stunning National Geographic Society photo of the sea turtle and educational information in a kid-friendly format “This cute and uncommon plush animal reflects the characteristics of a real sea turtle, making it lifelike and loveable!” International Playthings Inc. Representative Nicole Tiedemann told TDmonthly. Launch date: June 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19139 (added 5/30/2008)
Each 5" tropical frog reflects its defining characteristics with attention to accuracy and respect for the species. The frogs are available in five varieties: Fire Bellied Toad, Amazonian-Poisen Frog, Yellow-banded Poisen Frog, Red-eyes Tree Frog and Amazon Leaf Frog. Launch date: June 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19140 (added 5/30/2008)
Players spin the spinner, and move up the “spout,” watching out for the “raindrop” that could wash their spider out. The first player to get two spiders to the top wins. “The game is uniquely simple to play, yet includes an element of surprise as children wait to see if the 'falling raindrop' will knock their spiders off the board!” International Playthings Inc. Representative Nicole Tiedemann told TDmonthly. Launch date: February 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19141 (added 5/30/2008)
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