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October 2005 | Vol. IV - No. 10


New Toys Sorted by Categories

Ready to gear up for the holiday shopping frenzy? TDmonthly is here to help. We have contacted toy manufacturers and asked them to send us the latest information on their newest and most intriguing products for 2005. We are constantly updating the following links to products sorted by toy category, to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information on innovative toys this holiday season.

To discover some of the most eye catching toys of 2005, just click on the following categories ...

(Click here for new products from advertisers.)

$1.00 or Less Educational Preschool
Action Figures Electronics Pretend Play
Aircraft Fashion & Accessories Puppets
Arts & Crafts Furniture & Room Decor Puzzles
Audio, Cassette & CD Games Remote Control
Balloons General Toys Robotics
Bath Gifts Rockets
Board Games Hobby Goods School Supplies
Books Infant & Toddler Science & Nature
Candy & Food Interactive Sporting Goods
Card Games Licensed Products Teddy Bears
Casinos & Gaming Magic Sets Trading Cards
CD-Rom Musical Toys Trains & Railroads
Clocks & Watches Novelties Vehicles-Riding
Collectibles Outdoor Fun Video Games
Construction Party Goods Videos & DVDs
Creative Activities Play Houses Wheeled Toys
Die-Cast Play Sets Wooden Toys
Dolls Plush Yo-Yos
For new toy product showcase visit the ToyShow by Clicking here. (To include your new products, call TDmonthly and ask for the publisher or the editor.

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