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April 2007 | Vol. VI - No. 4




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Now that Toy Fair is over, all those new toys seem just so … old. So what’s next? What will kids cry for when their parents try to drag them from your store in November? Find out what manufacturers say will be their hottest new holiday products in the June, July and August issues of TDmonthly.


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Julie L. JonesWriter's Bio: Julie L. Jones has written articles for both newspapers and magazines. Before joining the staff of TDmonthly Magazine, she worked as a communications writer and provided editorial support for a market research company. Read more articles by this author

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